—In our homes, schools, businesses, and governments there continue to be significant issues to resolve. Whether it’s a family member’s well-being and place in society, or whether it’s about a whole population, there’s a need to keep coming together to make decisions and bring momentum to our efforts for good.
—“Who’s your rabbi?” It’s a question often asked in the TV business, theater, and Hollywood. Although rabbi is loosely used there, for someone looking for a job, it really means: Who do you know on the inside, and are they willing to look at your audition tape, listen to you sing, or watch you act? Who will stick his or her own neck out for you when the corporate doors are otherwise closed? Many businesses are so competitive that it’s a given that you aren’t going to get hired unless you have inside help.
—A few years ago I found myself very confused and anxious. Although I was raised in Christian Science, I was not active at the time in my practice of Christian Science.
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Today's Daily Lift
—The new birth is not the work of a moment. It begins with moments, and goes on with years; moments of surrender to God, of childlike trust and joyful adoption of good; moments of self-abnegation, self-consecration, heaven-born hope, and spiritual love.
—Chat replay from June 11, 2013.
—(replay from December 6, 2012) What does Jesus have to do with everyday life? On this Time4Thinkers Live Chat, hosts Amy Richmond and Norm Bleichman play Radical Acts/the Game with friends and audience members.
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