This is a follow up to our most excellent guest blog from Jennifer Sacks last week. With liberal borrowing from her ideas. Hey, credit where credit is due!
What’s your first reaction to this?
If anything can go right, it will.
What’s the best that can happen?
Situation Normal, All Fantastically Unfolding
… had to finesse that last one a bit.
And then there’s this:
“All shall be well, and all shall be well, and all manner of things shall be well…for there is a Force of love moving through the universe that holds us fast and will never let us go.” — JULIAN OF NORWICH
Do you think this is true? In a way, it’s a difficult and challenging idea. We look around and we see that, no, actually all is not well. I don’t need to give you any examples.
So here’s the core question, and it’s a powerhouse of a question in my opinion: do prayers change God? Do affirmations change the world?
Or do they just change you? And if they do change you, can YOU change the world?
In the midst of our challenges, I see a lot of people praying with their feet, and I am humbled and inspired by them. I promise to do better with that, and I hope you will too. As Paula Davis said recently. “God’s hands are your hands.”
“All shall be well, and all manner of things shall be well.” Peace.
P.S. This week I wrote a song called ‘God’s Hands Are Your Hands.’ I’ll be debuting it at Unity Church of the Mountains in Blairsville GA on March 4th.