Daily Readings for Thursday, April 16th

Meditation for the Day I must try to love all humanity. Love comes from thinking of every man or woman as your brother or sister, because they are children of God. This way of thinking makes me care enough about them to really want to help them. I must put this kind of love intoContinue reading “Daily Readings for Thursday, April 16th”

Daily Readings for Wednesday, April 15th

Meditation for the Day I must keep calm and unmoved in the vicissitudes of life. I must go back into the silence of communion with God to recover this calm when it is lost even for one moment. I will accomplish more by this calmness than by all the activities of a long day. AtContinue reading “Daily Readings for Wednesday, April 15th”

Daily Readings for Tuesday, April 14th

Meditation for the Day I must keep balance by keeping spiritual things at the center of my life. God will give me this poise and balance if I pray for it. This poise will give me power in dealing with the lives of others. This balance will manifest itself more and more in my ownContinue reading “Daily Readings for Tuesday, April 14th”

Daily Readings for Monday, April 13th

Meditation for the Day I will try to make the world better and happier by my presence in it. I will try to help other people find the way God wants them to live. I will try to be on the side of good, in the stream of righteousness, where all things work for good.Continue reading “Daily Readings for Monday, April 13th”

Daily Readings for Sunday, April 12th

Meditation for the Day Our need is God’s opportunity. First we must recognize our need. Often this means helplessness before some weakness or sickness and an admission of our need for help. Next comes faith in the power of God’s spirit, available to us to meet that need. Before any need can be met, ourContinue reading “Daily Readings for Sunday, April 12th”

A Picture Worth 1000 Words or More…

It was the last day of the grading period, leading into a four day weekend. We had gone outside for our end-of-day recess. Two of my students brought a flower to give to me and I placed it on my nametag. Little did I know at that time, that might have been our last dayContinue reading “A Picture Worth 1000 Words or More…”