But knowing depends on the time spent looking.

‘Knowing does indeed depend on the time spent looking….
So remember my friends whatever time you spend uncovering your unlimited Soul Force and your Sacred Heart is time well spent.”


Finding Your True Happiness

Celebrate Who You are Today…
So You Can be More of Who YOU are TOMORROW!


Words From The Heart

If words come out of the heart, they will enter the heart, but if they come from the tongue, they will not pass beyond the ears.

~ Shams Tabrizi image: Michael Salmela


Awareness of the Heart…

All Faiths Prayer; change first occurs in awareness and awareness is found in learning.


Marianne Williamson for Congress: Politics of Conscience

Marianne Williamson is one of the worlds’ most cherished spiritual teachers and leaders, as well as New York Times best-selling author of books such as “A Return to Love” (1992) and “Healing The Soul of America” (1998) that speaks to the sacred path of spiritual activism and pointed to the...

Our heart is our greatest source of wisdom. It’s home to the entelechy of our soul and resonates in harmony with the love of the entire universe. The other day, I was standing in a lunch line with fourteen other people, twelve of which I noticed were intently immersed into their...
Passage into Love.

Passage into Love

‘Be not afraid my love; for this is your passage in surrender your soul to another; and you shall see the treasure I bestow. Love with conviction-for the deeper you carve into your heart the greater the light it shall hold. After all is done and said you will remain...

We Are Love

“We are all born in a metaphysical and mystic longing towards love, because simply we are love. It makes perfect sense at our most profound level that we long for what we are-not what we are not; thus tending towards that of which we are created-as MLK says the moral...

Listen from the Heart

Listening from the Heart requires love, patience, and tolerance and is one of the most intimate, compassionate, and loving expressions we can share with one another. President Abraham Lincoln professed himself to be a “man of three ears,” indicating a capacity of emotional and spiritual depth. When we authentically embody...