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Compassionate Leadership During the Coronavirus

Doctor of Spiritual Science (DSS) student, Wayde Binder, is on the front lines of the coronavirus as a hospital administrator at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.  He recently sent a sharing to us.  We are sharing it with you so that you can send the Light to all involved and be inspired by Wayde’s dedication and devotion to the Teachings:

I do DSS Light Body almost daily, and Spiritual Exercises. And, I can tell you I am practicing some of my previous month’s “doing differently” DSS tracking items on a daily basis. For example:  speaking kind words more than I ever have; seeing the love and God in others and appreciating their dedication; sharing compassion, caring and love in almost every communication.  It is extraordinary how this has changed me in so many ways.

I am also so aware of the love and Light that so many send me. I literally feel it come in. I am so very, very blessed to be leading at this time. Compassionate leadership guides me daily. As you can imagine, the DSS focus of “doing things differently” is something I have to practice daily to find new solutions and ways of doing things differently almost minute by minute. I feel so very blessed to have J-R and the Travelers with me, guiding me, supporting me, and demonstrating the Teachings through me.

I am doing the DSS class daily, just in the way that I have to do it right now. This process is teaching me so much more than I could imagine and changing me in ways I did not know possible.

8 thoughts on “Compassionate Leadership During the Coronavirus”

  1. Alissa Meredith

    Thank you for your important and courageous presence. We are with you. Blessings of Grace, Wisdom, Discernment, and Loving. Your DSS classmate.

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