“Where There is Darkness, Let Us Sow Love.” A talk by Syntysche Groverland.
We live in a world now that weekly has news of bombings on innocent people. There is a lot of imbalance and discord in this world when it comes to our environment, politics, healthcare, and on and on. It can seem like our good is behind us – and then the second you think you can look up again, another report of something horrible has happened.
I very rarely watch the news. I find I can’t stay in the presence with Spirit (Source, God) when I do. But, every once in a while, when I feel I need to engage with the world and to find my bearings on what is happening in the world, I tune in. I usually regret it and can’t get the images out of my mind for a few days.
But – where there is darkness, let us sow love. That is all we can really do.
This Sunday, I will be speaking about the importance of keeping Love’s presence alive in every area of life, not only for your own sanity, but for everyone who surrounds you.
“When God is standing securely in your life, there is harmony within and peace without. You honor yourself and others equally. That is the sign of God’s grace.” –Paul Ferrini
These turbulent times are calling us to a greater connection with that potential within us. We are being called to pray together, to remember that we all belong to each other, and to express that oneness as a vibrational pull to peace on earth. There is strength in this togetherness.
“We are only as strong as we are united, as weak as we are divided.” – J.K. Rowling