Showing posts from September 14, 2008

It's here!

Autumn is a special event for me. I look forward to the autumnal equinox more than any other time o' season. It is the start of my soulluar new year because I feel more connected to the cosmos during autumn than any other time.

Yesterday at church, I asked people to share with one another what was their favorite season and why. Someone I spoke to said he had a hard time choosing because he loved elements of each season. Then he realized that perhaps what he really liked best is the transition time between the seasons before the new season began and he could anticipate its beauty and specialness. Sounds like a type of seasonal foreplay and I could appreciate that.

Until now, I have never lived as an adult anywhere where I might actually experience the real feeling of autumn.
Until now...I have been promised a real autumn, so I am planning to acquaint myself with Bidwell Park so that I may really spring into fall.
(Oh, I couldn't resist....)

The weather is already changing here. …

Try to remember...

"...the kind of September.
When life was slow and oh, so mellow."
Then you would be living with us here in Chico!

It's been just over a month now and we are pretty much settled into our new home. Don has been great about working around the house with all the projects and unpacking, etc. That has allowed me to work on unpacking and starting all the projects at church.

Last week, I was in Los Angeles for the ICSL/UCSL Integration Conference. This was a major historical event in the New Thought movement because the two primary Religious Science organizations were meeting to finalize the process of integrating (back) into one organization that promotes the Science of Mind philosophy and teaching.

It has been since 1954 that Dr. Ernest Holmes' philosophy had some internal political challenges and split into two factions. Now, after a year of dialogue and prayer, the two organizations presented to it's field minister the culmination into the evolution of Centers for Spi…