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By Rev. Kurt Condra   News of the day reminds me of the Buddhist farmer whose horse runs away: Neighbors bemoan the loss as tragedy but the farmer withholds judgment. Horse returns leading a band of wild mustangs. Neighbors declare it a miracle until farmer’s son is crippled by one of the horses....
Posted at: 09 12, 2018
By Rev. Kurt Condra   “Thoughts held in mind produce after their kind.” For Unity students that aphorism’s become so familiar it’s almost cliché.  So you’d think that when we notice our thoughts are short-circuiting, it’d be a simple matter to shift them and tap into higher consciousness. Sometimes...
Posted at: 09 05, 2018
By Rev. Kurt Condra   America honors its workers with a day off on Labor Day. After creating the world in six days, God rested on the 7th. We should, too. Yes, we’ve each got spiritual work to do on this path, and it’s important to regularly set aside time to simply “be.” In his book, Sabbath,...
Posted at: 08 31, 2018