What Do You Say to Life?

Red Ribbon Week takes place throughout America in October. The observance began in 1985 after a DEA agent was kidnapped and murdered by drug traffickers in Mexico. The purpose of the week is to educate people on the risks of alcohol and drugs, and to encourage healthy, drug-free lives. Most of us are familiar with Red Ribbon Week, especially if you have children. During these weeks, children wear ribbons or those familiar red wristbands. I remember vividly an experience…

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New ACIM Wristbands

Browse our collection of high quality silicone wristbands. Each contains a powerful quotation from A Course in Miracles, enabling you to glance at the Course’s inspiration throughout your busy day. Buy them individually or order the entire set in an attractive gift bag.

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I am surrounded by the Love of God

The beautiful and reassuring words that begin Workbook Lesson 264 are more than just thoughts, they are affirmations of faith. It is by faith that we feel God’s mighty presence even when our world may show us fearful situations. Faith carries us past the dark shadows of doubt to a new dawn of safety and love…

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Raise Your Words

Raise your words, not voice.
It is rain that grows flowers, not thunder. — Rumi

This quote by thirteenth century Sufi mystic Rumi is needed now more than ever before. We have become so divided and tribalized in our current culture. It seems that angry and hateful words and acts are considered the norm. But, civility and kindness can win out, if we remember what our goal is…

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Rollover…Good IRA

Your gifts to the Center help to fund our many outreach programs and free services. The IRA Rollover has been permanently reauthorized by Congress. Donors 70 1/2 and older can make cash gifts of up to $100,000 to qualified charities (such as our Center) without paying Federal income tax on the transfer. IRA Rollover gifts count towards your required minimum distribution (RMD).

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A Thought on Prayer

We often wonder why prayer doesn’t work. In The Song of Prayer (supplement to A Course in Miracles) we read, “The secret of true prayer is to forget the things you think you need…” and let them go into God’s hands. It goes on to say that as we pray in this fashion, we are acknowledging that we would have no gods before God, and no love but His. We truly want what God would give us in any situation so that “Thy will be done.” These ideas give us a little insight as to why some of our prayers seem to go without an answer…

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What the World Needs Now

“What the world needs now is love, sweet love
It’s the only thing that there’s just too little of”

These words from Jackie DeShannon’s 1965 hit song seem to be a needed message today. We definitely need an answer to a world in conflict, and A Course in Miracles responds with love — not a love to be given to us but a love to be fostered within us. . .

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A Prayer Wheel

In our day and age, we are faced with challenges that our forefathers never had. We have holes in the ozone layer, we have shrinking polar ice caps, and we have traffic! Whether it be on a freeway, interstate, highway, autobahn, or surface street, the word “gridlock” can strike fear and frustration into the heart of even the most hearty commuter. Is there any hope for peace as we drive the highways of “this world that is not our home?” Here’s a helpful, healing hint you might want to try…

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