When we start at the center of ourselves, we discover something worthwhile extending toward the periphery of the circle. We find again some of the joy in the now, some of the peace in the here, some of the love in me and thee which go to make up the kingdom of heaven on earth.”

[G. F. Sear]


The center of ourselves, our higher self, one with spirit.

“I know of nothing more valuable,” writes the pastor Charles R. Swindoll, “when it comes to the all-important virtue of authenticity, than simply being who you are.”

May we be blessed to center ourselves and align with spirit.