Everyday Spirituality

Everyday Spirituality


Cold weather not so bad

posted by Cheryl Petersen

When it is zero degrees outside, my fingers and feet get cold walking to the mailbox. But, I see deer tracks, bunny tracks, and birds flying all around. Instead of focusing so much on how cold I am, I push my mind outside of itself. I contemplate divine Mind.

We read in 21st Century Science and Health, “Heat and cold are products of the human mind.”

Divine Mind produces wisdom, activity, creativity, therefore I can move around and keep warm. I don’t need to fear or dread the cold. I can deal with the cold wisely.

A deer, dressed in a cozy fur coat, near our home in New York

A deer, dressed in a cozy fur coat, near our home in New York

 



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