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.

Baruch Bashan means that "the blessings already are". And it's true; the blessings are already here. It's so very important to partake, as individuals, of the law of grace that God extends to everyone.

John-Roger, DSS
Acceptance is not a passive state. Far from it. Acceptance is active because it requires you to be highly attentive. Acceptance has infinite subtleties and shadings. When you truly walk through the door of acceptance, you will experience joy and peace. You will be in the now. You will find yourself in your loving.

John-Roger, DSS
Realize that there are valuable lessons to be learned from and in the "games" of the world - and if you were not still in the process of learning and growing, you would no longer be here in a physical body.

John-Roger, DSS
There are few beings who can deliver God to you. You must have the experience of God for yourself.

John-Roger, DSS
As long as you are in the world, you must deal with the world; but it's important to keep this world and the things of this world in perspective.

John-Roger, DSS
God sets the tone for all of us by loving what it is. Consider that's the truth and not some theory. God's love is real, and it's real for every single person, place and thing.

John Morton, DSS
Give yourself time to get in touch with you. With no judgments and with compassion, take the time to review events, thoughts, and feelings; then take the time to read what's written in your heart.

John-Roger, DSS
Spiritual Exercises are not an expression intended for this physical level. Spiritual Exercises are, in fact, the exercises that permit the consciousness to transcend the physical, and awaken to the glory of Spirit in the higher realms.

John-Roger, DSS

September 04, 2019

Joy and happiness are the attributes of God and Spirit.

John-Roger, DSS
When you confuse your spirituality with the materiality of this world, you're asking for big trouble. When you seek after material things and look to the world for fulfillment, you may find a temporary sense of contentment and satisfaction but you will not find fulfillment. The trap is that you sometimes mistake the feeling of satisfaction for that of true fulfillment and think you've made it.

John-Roger, DSS