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For your consideration…

When we give sincere love from our soul, there can never be too much.

At first thought, we may think that is a no brainer. The tricky part comes in when we see people and things that are difficult for us to love. That is when we need to send love the most.

For example, I have to admit that as hard as I try, I find all of the protesting and rioting distasteful, distressing, often unlawful, immature, etc. I rarely watch the news because all the negativity is depressing. I suspect that many of the participants are uninformed and/or are taking advantage of the situations. But I can not know this. I can not see in another person’s heart. I can only take care of my heart, my soul. What I choose to do with it is up to me. So the choice is do I send those negative energy feelings out or do I send blessings and love? That is the choice. I choose to send blessings. Just like when I see an ambulance, I don’t know who is in it but I send healing blessings. So too, when I see civil unrest, I don’t have to know who it is to send healing blessings.

Perhaps we might think that we do not feel much love. We are asked not to judge the amount of love but accept that any love is more that there was. Any love added is a good thing. It is a growing seed. Love is real. It trumps everything. We are asked to remember that and send love…especially when we feel us falling into negativity.

That is the HOPE. And so it is.


Bit by bit, piece by piece, HOPE by HOPE action steps anyone can take…

-Affirm…“I am loved.”

-My love is enough. I can never give too much away. It is a tool in my life toolbox that replenishes and grows itself.

-Meditate/pray…ask…”What is my next step for my highest good and the highest good of all?”

-Drink lots of water.

-Get outdoors and take in at least 10 deep breaths.


What made me smile yesterday…

-Lunch with Jody, Vicki, and Julie.

-A trip out to Zukey Lake Tavern.

-A good book.

-Catching up with both my girls and Cathy.


Love, Blessings, and Gratitude,

Rev. Chris



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