At One World we learn from the wisdom teachings of ancient and current sages from the world’s faith traditions and from the richness of new thought today. Our monthly themes represent a range of interesting topics relevant to our lives, and our weekly talks are designed to help us apply these practical spiritual principles every day at work, at home, and in all aspects of our busy lives. Our goal is to live joyful, inspired lives in which we grow spiritually, share our lives and hearts with others, and step forward in compassionate service to our world. Join us as we continue our journey together!
I often wondered as a child why God didn’t just make life easy for Moses or Jesus. After all they were chosen by God to be God’s spokespersons. When we look at the founders of the world’s great religions, we find that none of them had an easy time of it. Moses in a rage
Our question this month is, “Where am I going?” Last week we looked at the ultimate question – where are we going at death? This week, we shift our focus to look at our journey through our years and seasons. Sister Joan Chittister writes that “life is made up of the turning of the years.”
I love the fact that we have a national holiday dedicated to thankfulness. I appreciate that the Thanksgiving holiday is tied to our early history, but doesn’t it also remind us to be generally thankful? I don’t know about you, but I appreciate the reminder. Having said that, this particular Thanksgiving season has been more
Thomas Merton once said that we may spend our whole lives climbing the ladder of success, only to find when we get to the top that our ladder has been leaning against the wrong wall. We are shaken when we find out that, in building a life that we call success, that we are told