Saturday, May 7, 2016



+ Our deeds are but catalysts to change the world. Their size and visible impact are not really what matters. In everything you do, consider that there is but one last fine adjustment the world needs before it may transform. Who knows - maybe this one is it.
 -- Rabbi Menachem Schneerson

+ An important, perhaps essential, way to view Devotion is to come to an awareness that every moment is filled with possibility and promise.  In other words, be devoted to the Now, to the Here.  This is it.  This breath.  This heartbeat.  This glance.  This touch.  This taste.  This bliss. 

Each person, each creature, you meet along the way benefits from your full attention to what’s happening right now, right here.  Be awake.  Be aware.  Be connected.  It’s amazing.  Right now.  Right here. You are amazing and every one else is too.  Let them know it.

So, the Rabbi is on to something.  When a critical mass of humanity reaches this new consciousness which is emerging, “who knows” …

I am / you are / we are / God is creating the New Faith for the New Earth which is creating the new, most holy, glorious, fantastic realm of abundance, joy, wisdom, beauty, love, truth, peace, justice and freedom.  It’s just around the corner. 

+ Spirituality & Practice offers many resources on the spiritual practice of Devotion.  You can explore even more with this link to “Devotion” on their search engine. You will find 2153 items as of 4/26/16.  And, of course, there is a Twelves Gallery of Memes on Devotion.  The meme above comes from that gallery. The Body also gets a lot of attention from S&P as you can see if you go to this link to “Body” on their search engine. You will find 1611 items as of 4/26/16.

+ I would love it if you offered a guest post on this practice or any practice.  And, I have work to do on my Devotion page.   Maybe you can help.  Send an email with the subject “Devotion” or “Guest Post” to

+ You can always find a link to any of the Spiritual Explorations posts by going to

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