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Religion — Never Write About It, Breaking Up With God, Art Can Stir More than Just the Soul…

Have a terrific Tuesday! ~The SBNR Team


Today’s Teaching:

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“Only when we have faced the limits of what we can do, does it begin to dawn on us the limitlessness of what God can do. It is the depth of the darkness now confronting our world that will reveal to us the magic of who we truly are. We are spirit, and thus we are more than the world. When we remember that, the world will bow to our remembrance.”

From: The Gift of Change: Spiritual Guidance for Living Your Best Life
By Marianne Williamson


Spirituality News & Posts:

1. Jenny Lawson: Lesson 21: Religion — Never Write About It
“Today we’re going to talk about kids and religion. Personally, I’m not that into organized religion, but I do believe in letting your children find spirituality themselves. That’s why in our house we talk about Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, and the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster objectively, so that our 6-year-old can one day make a decision for herself.”

2. Wendi Wheeler: Breaking Up With God
“I will still be compassionate toward others and help those in need and listen when someone needs to talk and give money to beggars on the street and volunteer with local organizations and bring homemade cake to work. I am pretty sure I don’t believe in God anymore, but I do still believe in good.”

3. Susan Leem: Art Can Stir More than Just the Soul
“Viewing and experiencing art in a museum can actually affect you physically. As Tom Jacobs reports in Miller-McCune, researchers outfitted visitors with an electronic glove while viewing an exhibit of contemporary art at the Kunstmuseum St. Gallen in Switzerland. The special glove measured the viewer’s heart rate, skin conductivity, and movement from one place to another.”

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