This Week’s Quotation:
I understand now that I received the seed of grace in those moments, and it changed me…
Grace comes in a unique way to every person. This was how it came to me.
Since that day, I’ve devoted my life to nurturing the seed that was planted in me and sharing it with others. I’ve had the opportunity to serve and lead a global spiritual community and facilitate experiences of grace through speaking, workshops, and developing community.
~ Becoming a Sun p. 4
A Journey to Grace
Grace comes to each of us. We know grace as we see that it has come and receive it.
Grace imbues a person with a quality that is vital for a human life—resilience, which empowers us to meet challenges and opportunities, undeterred by limitations of circumstance and even of personal ability.
Resilience is an internal intactness that puts us in position to walk straight into the coalface of life where the forces of Creation meet the unformed substance of circumstance. Resilience empowers us to call forth the factors that weave the fabric of life. It allows us to stand where the old crumbles and where the new is being born.
This human life is a journey to grace. It is taking us there if we let it. It is a journey to a place where we know the awesomeness of Creation and the awesome Love and power of the Creator. In our surrender in the face of that awesomeness, the grace of the Creator fills us. And that grace gives us the gift of resilience.
What does it mean to become a sun?
Every human being is already a sun on the inside—a being of intense love and light. The difference is that some people have the vision and courage to become a sun on the outside. This difference is our human destiny.