Does your attitude nourish your creativity to thrive?
Simple and decent self-test to see if you’re successful. The abundance you feel with each is the measure:
Peace in your soul.
Joy in your spirit.
Love in your heart.
(the 2nd half of our daily dinner prayer includes “We pray for peace in our soul, joy our spirit, and love in our heart, for all our family, all our friends, and especially all those people less fortunate.)
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i distinctly remember how overwhelmingly full Church was on Sunday September 16, 2001.
They say attitude is everything. Cliche, right?
On that Monday after 9/11, with a tone of unease, many colleagues remarked how crowded their Church was – what with all the inconveniences from chaotic parking, seating, exiting. Not to mention the subtle distaste (i felt from their tone) they harbored for fair-weather Christians.
And yet i couldn’t help but rejoice in this vision:
Wouldn’t it be great if Church was like that every Sunday? Why, we’d have to build or enlarge so many more Churches to accommodate the overflowing capacity. Wouldn’t that be glorious?
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