Monthly Archives: January 2012

January 30, 2012 – Poem By Mary Hind on Behalf the Transgender Community

Daily Bread Above the mist and clouds of mortal woe We enjoy the light of Truth Realizing the beauty that Life and Love bestow… In all spiritual reality There is beauty That cannot be obscured or covered By mist nor clouds…. Let’s rise above… Rise above where beauty abounds My thoughts sore enraptured Fetterless and free up to Thee Oh… Read more »

Here Today, Here Tomorrow.

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Daily Bread January 25, 2012 Here Today, here tomorrow.   Monitor founder Mary Baker Eddy was dedicated to helping others grasp the concept of God’s allness and its power to heal and maintain lives for the better without interruption. She wrote: “Let us remember that God – good – is omnipotent; therefore evil is impotent. There is but one side to good,… Read more »

Home by Tall Daddy Dell

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January 23, 2012 Home is not a place, it is a power. The strongest tie I’ve ever had apart from the love of God, has been my love of Home . . . If you cannot make a home here, you cannot anywhere. Mary Baker Eddy Hello My dear friends! This is “Daddy Dell” coming through with a message about… Read more »

Lead Me to the Rock

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    Lead Me to the Rock Psalms 61: 1-5, 8 Hear my prayer, O God; attend unto my prayer. From the end of the earth will I cry unto thee, When my heart is overwhelmed: lead me to the rock That is higher than I.   For thou hast been a shelter for me, And a strong tower from… Read more »

Stand up for Truth – MBE

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    The time for thinkers has come.   How would civilation have advanced if the thinker and discover, the philosopher and artisan had kept silence? – Mary Baker Eddy  

To the Point!

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January 10, 2012 To Injure No Man But To Bless All Mankind.  –  Mary Baker Eddy       To The Point!   by Linda Rohrs Thinking back on my childhood I recall my mother telling me not to point at people when we were out in public.  Good manners and civility aside, there is a powerful metaphysical basis for extending… Read more »