I know that a lot of us feel like we’re running on fumes lately. And we’ve had to dig deep to tap a source of continuing strength and faith. We’ve got to plug in to a sustainable vitality to keep on keeping on.
The phrase “consider the source” keeps occurring to me this week. Usually, this idea is offered as a wry justification to dismiss or disregard information that has come our way — as in: consider the source before you pay any heed to that crazy hater’s Facebook comments. On one hand, this is sound advice. On the other hand, can there ever really be any source other than the One Source?
If we practice remembering that everything is an expression of the Divine, perhaps it is possible to relate to it ALL as a potential source of energy, love, and nourishment. Maybe sustainable energy is not just about digging deep wells, but also about tilling broad fields.
I can’t wait to see you this Saturday, February 4, at 6:00 pm. Join us at Albuquerque Center for Spiritual Living (abqcsl.org) for wine, community, and cheer at 5:30. XO, Rev. Drew