BEST of PONDER on THIS for Monday, March 18th, 2024 by Bonnie Glass-Coffin and don Oscar Miro-Quesada in LESSONS IN COURAGE

Compiler’s Note: Today marks the 25th anniversary of the “Ponder on This” message service. Back in 1999 I had no expectations of how long I’d be doing this service, and here we are a quarter century later. I may choose to end it after this year. We’ll see. In the meantime, a hearty thank you to all those who actually open and read these messages.

“After years of apprenticeship with my beloved teachers of both physical and non-physical realms, I live with this heartfelt conviction: The earth-honoring traditions of our planet’s original peoples provide a welcome alternative to all dogma. These traditions show us the way back to our spiritual roots as they offer us an intimate, reverent relationship with Pachamama, who is our beloved Earth mother. As we marvel at the patterns and beauty of the natural world, we learn to walk in gratitude for the gift of our lives. And as we play close attention to how her cycles, pulses, and rhythms are mirrored in ourselves, we gain a very clear understanding that we are not separate. Through this practice, we recognize ourselves as luminous strands in the great web of life.”

Bonnie Glass-Coffin and don Oscar Miro-Quesada, in “Lessons in Courage”

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Jeff MJeff Maziarek, author of Spirituality Simplified and Codi’s Journey, launched in April 2007 as a Web-based forum for “PONDER on THIS,” a series of weekday inspirational email messages he began sending to subscribers in March 1999. A FREE service since its inception, “PONDER on THIS” provides subscribers with meaningful content to assist them on their individual paths of spiritual growth. In addition, it benefits subscribers, authors, and publishers by including links to where subscribers can learn more about the book being quoted, and also purchase it.

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