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David’s Oneness

Look around!  Pay attention!
Find the people! See their beauty!
Discover their thoughts!
Brilliant beings are all around us!

At the Center for Spiritual Living in Manatee, FL one of our PITs, (Practitioners in Training), read to the congregation his thought paper on Oneness. With his permission, I share his brilliance.

What it Means To Be One
By David Uhrman

It means being always “On” because the time is always “Now”. It means “Never having to say you’re sorry,” because there is always consequence to action. It means being closer than the “Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon,” because “As above, so below, as within, so without.” It means “Welcome to the Fun House,” because whatever can be seen, is a mirror perception and intention.

It is a World Wide Web of sentience, a Hobbit’s journey to “There and Back Again.” A “Universe with Its center everywhere and circumference nowhere,” so “No matter where you go, there you are.” And I, having gone nowhere now realize I have been everywhere, and still …

… It is difficult, not because it must be so, but because I am so requiring of life’s surety. I hang on to the side of the pool, I purchase buyer protection plans, seat belts and air bags. I demand the services of professionals with the weight of gravitas in their voices, and I refuse roller coasters.

David's Oneness Pic 02But as the onion’s blooms fall, I am left ungrounded and uncomfortable. I expected to be “Perfect, Whole and Complete,” but too often I feel more like spaghetti sauce proclaiming, “It’s All In There.” Truly, it all is and the thoughts that succeed will be the ones that I feed. There is so much junk food for thought. What to do, what to do, what to do?

So I pray for peace in the city whose name is peace.  I become its resident and it becomes me.

And so it is.

About the author

Cheryl Gleghorn

Cheryl Gleghorn grew up in Milwaukee, WI where she attended St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church. The second of eight children, she started learning early on the power of love and compassion. Spirituality was her calling. Because of her affiliation with a marketing group while in her early twenties, she was introduced to the world of self-help and positive thinking … which led to the notion that there was probably a connection to God somewhere in all of that. In 1996, Cheryl found Science of Mind; A faith, a philosophy, and a way of life. This is the connection to God she was looking for. This movement was started by Dr Ernest Holmes in the early part of the twentieth century... In 2002, after several years of study, she became a licensed practitioner under the umbrella of United Church of Religious Science (later- Centers for Spiritual Living). Today she attends the Center for Spiritual Living in Bradenton, FL. Cheryl teaches this philosophy, does spiritual coaching, gives prayer support, leads meditation and facilitates visioning groups. Contact the author.

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