The Significance of the 23rd Psalm – December 18, 2022

Joyous Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa greetings to you and your dear ones! My prayer for us all is that however we celebrate it brings delight to our hearts and souls as we welcome the blessings of love and upliftment these holy-days extend to us. May we also be reminded that we are world citizens with the potential to be a beneficial presence on the planet through our collective contribution to creating a world of peaceful co-existence, compassion, and wisdom-guided action.

I very much look forward to gathering together and/or listening together throughout the month with “Tiz the Season of Giving” as our theme. Please join me in taking a dive deep below surface existence into the fullness of our true purpose as spiritual beings having a human existence.

The December 18, 2022 topic is The Significance of the 23rd Psalm. There is something to be learned from the Jewish celebration of Hanukkah which honors the power of faith and courage. Each of us possess these inherent qualities, for as the 23rd Psalm reminds us: “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.” Therein lies our trust in the truth that because Spirit is our sufficiency, plenitude and wholeness are our divine inheritance.

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