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Everyday Spirituality

Everyday Spirituality

Zen Kitty and Green Grass

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Now that spring has finally come to upstate New York, I can be found outside in the green grass. When it isn’t pouring rain.

From 21st Century Science and Health: “The grass beneath our feet silently exclaims, “Happy are those who claim nothing, for the whole earth will belong to them!”[1] The modest carnation flower sends her sweet breath to heaven. The great rock gives shadow and shelter. The sunlight flows into the church and prison cell, glides into the sick room, brightens the earth, beautifies the landscape and blesses the galaxy. Not human beings, but living beings, made in Soul’s likeness, possess and reflect God’s dominion to bless the environment.”


[1] Matt. 5:5 (Phillips NT)

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