“The Blue and The Red”

Jonathon Earl Bowser

For your consideration….

We often hear that we are unique individuals. Everyone is different. Today’s message wants to dwell on that. It wants to shed light on what that really means.

When we are born into this lifetime, we are given a DNA. We hear a lot about DNA. The scientific community has made enormous strides on the research of it and the benefits of knowing it.

DNA is not the only thing that makes us unique. Our birthday, the name we were given at birth and our signature are all inherent to who we are. We are unlike anyone else.

Our message today emphasizes that what is inherent to our unique selves can not be changed but how we embrace it….or not…can. We can choose how we want to use what is inherent to us. Dr. Kristin Schnurr, ND writes…

“I am fascinated by the inherent wisdom of our

bodies and the interconnectedness of our physical, emotional and spiritual selves.

My belief in our incredible capacity to heal is at the root of all work I do with my patients.”

We are reminded today that how we embrace our inherent uniqueness is part of our life journey  to fulfilling our life purpose. When we choose to try and change what is inherent we are impeding our natural energy. When we embrace and love our inherent selves we unleash all that is natural and in sync with the Universe unto it. We gift and grow what is good, right, just, loving, HOPEful and peaceful for the highest good of all.

That is the HOPE. And so it is.

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

-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.

-Embrace your inherent self.

What made me smile yesterday….

-An appointment set up with an appliance repair man.

A garden party with teachers. Whoever I spoke to….in general conversation….was a wealth of information such as….

-A recommendation for a book printer.

-An auction had exactly what I was looking for to hang my chimes.

-Kathy mentioned that what seems to be going on with outdoor critters happened to them. Perhaps Tom can help me find a solution.

-New children books that are amazing.

-A paper crafting card group meets near me on Wednesday mornings.

Love, Blessings and Gratitude,

Rev. Chris



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