The Need to Be
October has been a month of faith, trust, listening, involvement, ongoing commitment, fearlessness in action. It has been a month of more deeply learning that the persistent call for faith, etc., is never justification for being discouraged and giving up. Why? Because the call for them is the element which actualizes fulfillment. And it actualizes fulfillment because it brings them into play! Continue reading
Thank you for the support received since the invitation of October 6th was sent out explaining the need. At this point there is still a need for $3,846 to cover the remaining expenses which are already past due . . . or, as in the case of the deferred taxes, will be due on the 15th without a grace period!
Simply put, the need is urgent and everyone’s help is invited.
October 11th, 2018
Breaking the Dream
Once again, the Foundation’s bank account has fallen below $50, and it’s the beginning of a month with higher than usual expenses due to yearly bookkeeping costs, a furnace repair, and a deferred tax payment. Everyone’s support is invited to meet not only our basic first-of-the-month expenses, but these additional expenses as well, which together amount to approximately $6,000 this month. Continue reading
Sovereignty vs. Brotherhood
The following is a conversation between Paul and Raj
which occurred on October 5th, 2018.
How Do You Restore
Yesterday I shared the following:
“This Movement, this remembering, is growing around your globe, in spite of the apparent evidence to the contrary. And calm courage, quiet persistence of attention to Truth—and giving voice to It—needs not only to continue, but to increase.
“This is our task and our Function—to give voice to the Voice for Truth—under the aegis of the Northwest Foundation for “A Course in Miracles,” so that all, no matter when, no matter where, may find Truth expressed, without process, and share it with others instantaneously, without process, because it is a Gift!
“This is our sole purpose.”
Need Gives Rise To . . .
Need gives rise to that which meets it. It is the active precursor of fulfillment rather than a static statement of emptiness — “I am needy.” Need is the first indicator of movement occurring, drawing the attention toward its destination — “I need what?” — which awakens curiosity, desire, and the motivation to embrace that which is needed. Continue reading