Everyday Reverence – 64 Days

Always and in everything, let there be reverence.” – Confucious
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The thought for today is REVERENCE.  The art and practice of reverence is the intentional and mindful observance of honoring self, others, nature, and source with your unique and perfect expression of gratitude, reciprocity and devotion.  The term Ahimsa is inspired by the premise that all living beings have the spark of the divine spiritual energy, to hurt another being is to hurt oneself.

Reverence for all life is fundamental to Ahimsa because all is sacred.  How can you willingly do harm to that for which you have reverence. 

Reverence nurtures more joy, contentment, and meaning, cultivates gratitude, inspires passionate creativity, kindles deeper connections, sustains greater intimacy, will change your life, our world, and can heal the Earth.

Today open yourself up to a feeling of reverence for all forms of life, especially each and every person you meet during the day.   Take a walk outside and experience the beauty that surrounds you as YOU BE with the sky, the plants and animals, as well as your brothers and sisters.

Think About It

Did you ever see something so beautiful it took your breath way?

Take Action

Write a letter to someone who is not yet born.  What wisdom would you share?  What do you hope for their life?

Major Do:  Reverently connect with your inner beauty and preciousness, so you can make deep, meaningful and lasting impact on yourself and the world.

Major Don’t:  Stop putting someone else’s agenda ahead of your own.  Reverently express who you are.

Words to Live by:

My day is done, and I am like a boat drawn on the beach, listening to the dance-music of the tide in the evening.” ? Rabindranath Tagoblue moon

Post how you practiced reverence today on our FB Blog

 

 

In Abundance,


Debbie

 

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