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Hello friends, Happy Summer!
One of the many things that life has taught me is to always approach life with a positive and loving attitude; during our journey, we find ourselves in situations where life just keeps coming and coming at us, and we truly do not have the time to process the events that are being experienced at our soul level.

We respond from either a gut reaction, or we step back and tell ourselves to breathe and think about what to say next.

Today, I have come to understand that emotions versus non-emotions, can be perceived as opposite ends of a scale. Finding the balance or the midpoint between these opposites can lead to healing; through blending, the understanding of both extremes can return us to a state of harmony.

We live our lives under the influence of Natural Law. How does Natural Law prevail over our spiritual and physical life? 


How the visible and invisible blend as our focus shifts from the material to the spiritual aspect of ourselves.


The Law of Balance is constantly at work in our lives. If we allow ourselves to see the areas that are out of balance internally and externally, we can be reassured that through the Universe’s checks and balances, all will be brought back into equilibrium. Know that through the Law of Balance that all
unbalanced actions, thoughts, and choices can be restored by putting our faith and love in the power of God and remembering that we must still do our part.

So, I say to you, find the way to restore balance within your soul. Allow unconditional love and forgiveness to be your guides. Finding our true north allows us to get on the right course, proceed in the right direction.

I will end with a line from “You’ll Never Walk Alone,” written by Rodgers and Hammerstein.

“Walk on through the wind, walk on through the
rain, tho’ your dreams be tossed and blown, walk on,
walk on with hope in your heart and you’ll never walk

alone, you’ll never walk alone."

Blessings, Rev. Angie Morra

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