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One World Spiritual Center Morning Meditation, July 2, 2020
Today’s meditation focuses on balance, peace, and equanimity, accompanied by an excerpt from a sermon by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and a prayer from the Medical Mission Sisters. Have a wonderful day!

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CREATING A GLOBAL COMMUNITY CENTERED IN PEACE, LOVE AND JOY


One World Spiritual Center Morning Meditation, June 30, 2020
Take a moment for today’s meditation, focusing on the breath and including a morning meditation prayer from the Buddhist tradition and a poem by Sufi poet Hafiz. Have a wonderful day!

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Morning Meditation, June 26, 2020
Today’s meditation focuses on our awareness of the holy, and includes readings from the book of Jeremiah and the reflections of Julian of Norwich. Enjoy, and have a wonderful day!

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Morning Meditation, June 25, 2020
Enjoy a meditation by Rev. Chris Kell focusing on our oneness with all creation.

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Morning Meditation, June 24, 2020
Enjoy today’s meditation, accompanied by prayers of gratitude and intention. Have a wonderful day!

From Brother David Steindl-Rast, O.S.B.:

You, the one
From whom on different paths
All of us have come.

To whom on different paths
All of us are going.
Make strong in our hearts what unites us;

Build bridges across all that divides us;
United, make us rejoice in our diversity,

At one in our witness to your peace,
A rainbow of your glory. Amen

And from Rev. Max Coots:

Let us pray to the God who holds us in the hollow of his hands –
to the God who holds us in the curve of her arms –
to the God whose flesh is the flesh of hills and hummingbirds and angleworms –
whose skin is the color of an old black woman and a young white man.
and the color of the leopard and the grizzly bear and the green grass snake –
whose hair is like the aurora borealis, rainbows, nebulae, waterfalls, and a spider’s web –
whose eyes sometimes shine like the evening star, and then like fireflies, and then again like an open wound –
whose touch is both the touch of life and the touch of death –
and whose name is everyone’s, but mostly mine.
And what shall we pray? Let us say, “Thank you.”

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CREATING A GLOBAL COMMUNITY CENTERED IN PEACE, LOVE AND JOY