Loving Each Day

With life moving so quickly these days, it's nice to have a touch point to bring us back to our spiritual center. Loving Each Day is a free, daily email designed to uplift, inspire, and remind you of your divinity and true nature.

November 30, -0001

The teachings of the Christ are our teachings. The teachings of the Christ are the teachings of Spirit. We seek to live in the ways demonstrated by the Christ, to be honest and loving in every way.

John-Roger, DSS
When you decided that what you wanted more than anything else was to know God and your own divine nature, to know yourself as Soul, perfect and complete, you created your connection to the Mystical Traveler.

John-Roger, DSS
Let's take something everybody feels at times -- impatience -- and see how observation can change our experience of it. When we're impatient, we want what we want when we want it. Impatience distracts us from seeing the reality of a situation. We focus only on how we'd like it to be. And trying to do something about our impatience usually makes us more impatient. The solution is just to observe.

John-Roger, DSS
To discern truth, you can use your intelligence. Intelligence is the key to bypass your hang-ups and move into what is without judgments, prejudice, or the idea of personal gain.

John-Roger, DSS
The only things needed from you in your life are involvement, commitment, support, and expression of loving. That's all, and on this planet of negativity, that's a lot.

John-Roger, DSS

November 30, -0001

On se laisse parfois déconcerter indûment par les autres. Si un bouddhiste, un musulman, un chrétien ou un juif vous expose la structure de ses croyances et de son expérience et qu'il vous parle de ses doutes concernant votre expérience et vos croyances, pourquoi cela vous dérangerait-il? Sa façon de s'aligner porte un nom différent, voilà tout. Nous tendons tous vers la même chose : nous aligner avec l'Esprit, notre Divinité. Pourquoi alors nous inquiéter de l'expérience d'autrui?

John Morton, DSS

November 30, -0001


John-Roger, DSS
Discipline is the prelude to freedom. Therefore we enter willingly into discipline to gain freedom.

John-Roger, DSS
Those who sit very quietly in the silence that roars the name of the Light and do the most mundane jobs in love and devotion are performing a beautiful service that God sees as very great, indeed.

John-Roger, DSS