Loving Each Day

With life moving so quickly these days, it's nice to have a touch point to bring us back to our spiritual center. Loving Each Day is a free, daily email designed to uplift, inspire, and remind you of your divinity and true nature.

We know that as a man thinketh, in his heart he becomes. If you think "happy" and "joyful" and "abundant," you cannot think "unhappy," "not joyful," and "poverty" because then you go into confusion and doubt, and you die inside with your own thoughts.

John-Roger, DSS
Being human is a terminal illness, and once you understand that, you can sacrifice the whole concept of death and start living.

John-Roger, DSS
Take a moment right now to look at what your intention is as a Spiritual Warrior. You may want to ask yourself these questions (other relevant questions will suggest themselves to you as well): Is there anything I have left undone or unsaid? What are my incompletions? How can I bring them to completion before I die?

John-Roger, DSS
This is really a description of how you treat yourself, regardless of what other people do: "love your enemies." That means love yourself, because you can't love your enemies if you don't have love for yourself.

John-Roger, DSS
We become less and less of this world and more and more of the spiritual worlds.

John Morton, DSS
Listen well when other people share with you. Their information is valuable. You can use others' lessons and experiences to supplement your own. You may be going through experiences similar to theirs and be able to learn from them which path to take.

John-Roger, DSS
How can you learn about the Soul? Be open about the possibility that it exists, and accept the possibility that you are more than your body, your thoughts, or your feelings. You don't have to believe it. You don't have to have faith. Just be open to the possibility that it exists. Soon, more information will probably start coming in to you.

John-Roger, DSS
Returning to God takes awareness, commitment, and practice.

John-Roger, DSS

March 18, 2017

Great outcomes often begin somehow, some way. Start with something, anything, to make your life better even if it seems insignificant. Celebrate each improvement. Keep improving until you are in the experience of overcoming and triumph.

John Morton, DSS
Spiritual Warriors are basically indifferent to their place in the world. They are content where they are, and say, "The position I am in is the best position for my learning, for my growth, and for my expansion."

John-Roger, DSS