2008-06-16-Kindness in the Community
Woods Cross #638
• 1 Heading
o 1.1 Topic: Kindness in the Community
o 1.2 Group: Woods Cross TeaM
• 2 Facilitators
o 2.1 Teacher: Abraham, Mary
o 2.2 TR: Nina
• 3 Session
o 3.1 Opening
o 3.2 Lesson
o 3.3 Closing
Topic: Kindness in the Community
Group: Woods Cross TeaM
Teacher: Abraham, Mary
ABRAHAM: I am ABRAHAM. Greetings. I am always feeling so blessed by your presence. Your hopeful outlook makes me feel hopeful. Your solutions to various human problems inspires me. Your portrayals of kindness touches me and I am fortunate enough to see how far the acts of kindness ripple outward. Our relationship is important because it creates energy to the God Mind.
ABRAHAM: It is written, “Man was not meant to live a solitary life.” Your human connections are important and help to make you feel connected to the Kingdom or the family. It is well understood that you must live by faith or with the eyes of the spirit. Human connections do help you find your spiritual connection. Of course, there are acquaintances that cause you to have anxiety and drive you from the spirit, but we can view this as exercise for our spiritual muscles.
Like spirits or individuals who want for the highest good, bring about an energy when they gather and actually drive the planet to progress. They help the Cosmic Mind to connect and the Supreme Being to grow. You may not have many deep relationships, but instead have many individuals you can greet on a daily basis with a smile and a good word. This human connection helps you to feel a part of the Kingdom and also helps the planet to move toward Light and Life.
MARY: I am MARY and indeed a blessing to meet with you again. I am in agreement with this evening’s topic. I can understand the difference in isolation and connection. I used to believe that the desire to connect on some human level was a sign of weakness or neediness. It was not clear to me that human relationships helped me to stay grounded in reality and connected to a correct spiritual thinking.
It was obvious at first how my shyness kept me from creating human connections. I had feelings of inadequacy and worried what others were thinking. As I sat at the Master’s feet and learned how all of Father’s children were completely equal, I could open up more and feel good about who I was and go about the ministry. “Where two or more are gathered, there am I also,” said Jesus. Most of your human connections invite the Spirit of Truth and a higher mind to be involved with the conversation.
MARY: This week be aware of those individuals you come across that have an inviting spirit about them, have a smile or a good word. Ponder those bridges you have burned. It is not that difficult to make amends and feel not that regret. Pick up a phone and call some people you have not talked to for a while. Know that they love to hear from you. This week will be about improving our human connections to strengthen our spiritual connections. Know that Abraham and I are always with ever increasing love for you each. Until next time, shalom.