Monthly Archives: July 2017

a Recipe for Happiness

My dear friend Judy Foster of Women’s Wisdom Master Mind posted this today:

A Recipe for Happiness
Be silent and calm every night for at least half an hour, preferably much longer, before you retire, and again in the morning before starting the day’s activity. This will produce an undaunted, unbreakable inner habit of happiness that will make you able to meet all the trying situations of the everyday battle of life. With that unchangeable happiness within, go about seeking to fulfill the demands of your daily needs. Seek happiness more and more in your mind, and less and less in the desire to acquire things. Be so happy in your mind that nothing that comes can possibly make you unhappy. Then you can get along without things that you have been accustomed to. Be happy because you know that you have acquired the power not to be negative, and because you know, too, that you can acquire at will whatever you need, and that you will never again become so material-minded that you will forget your inner happiness, even though you should become a millionaire.
~Paramahansa Yogananda

Goddess trips to Rockland UU

If you missed seeing these at Twinkle’s Place, these films are worth the trip to First Universalist of Rockland!!

THE GODDESS REMEMBERED: Film Series Monday, July 31, 6:00 to 8:00 pm The Goddess Remembered, the first of Canadian film maker Donna Read’s three acclaimed films on Women and Spirituality will be shown in the Sanctuary on Monday, July 31 at 6:00 pm. The hour-long film examines goddess-based pre-historic societies. Following the film there will be a pot-luck meal and discussion downstairs in the Griffith Room. All are welcome!

The second film in Read’s trilogy, The Burning Times, which addresses the witch hunts of the Middle Ages, will be shown on Wednesday, August 23.

Full Circle, which addresses the continuing popularity of contemporary women’s spirituality movements, will be shown on Wednesday, September 27.

Each hour-long film will begin at 6:00 pm and be followed by a pot-luck meal and discussion downstairs

View First Universalist of Rockland‘s Newsletter HERE

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This. This. This!

Regardless of how we personally interpret or experience the Holy.  Regardless of which individual causes we are most inspired to dedicate time to.  Regardless of where we place our priorities on our day-to-day lives.  When any among our human family are adrift in turbulent waters of life, spiritually or physically, we are each Called to form such a chain as this.  Because we are each other’s saviors.  That is why we are here together on this planet.