Reflections

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  1. O.Christina

    To help and be of service for my fellow people to reduce suffering if possible, trying to be supporting whenever possible that we all may live together in peace and in harmony with His Love.

    1 year ago
  2. Malag

    Family and how I can be supportive and nurture them

    1 year ago
  3. d
    db82258

    I loved the answer from Don, it is not all about me. Always find something to smile about on this site.

    1 year ago
  4. d
    db82258

    God and I first, that connection guides me through all things. Next my partner, the love and honesty we share, I would never want to harm him, even if I get angry or in fear. Next is my family, they have suffered so much.. I have eight siblings all of them have had cancer with exception of one sister, who was a child when she passed. All others had different cancers and some more than one, parents as well. Both my parents have transitioned as well as several of my syblings, they were far to young, way too young and sorely missed.This has had a profound effect on me and the deep love I still feel today. That effect has instilled deep conviction, not to waste one precious moment being unhappy. How could I squander one minute they fought so bravely to keep. Because I have to work at this sometimes, it all brings me back to the most important and driving force on my list. God first and my relationship with him next.

    1 year ago
  5. Journey

    My family. I slept for only 2 hours last night worrying about the well being of my son. All the fear and all the love in the world can be experienced through family.

    1 year ago
    1. L
      Laura M.

      Journey – They say having a child is to “decide forever to have your heart out go walking around outside your body.” I have spent many a night worried about my children. Hope all is well for you, your son and your family.

      1 year ago
    2. Malag

      I hope all will be well, Journey. Children can for sure bring out all the fear and all the love. I should have had tee shirts made with that line.

      1 year ago
    3. Mary Pat

      Oh, I have had many nights like that…..may all be well for you and him…..

      1 year ago
  6. Cathie

    My relationship with the Divine and with others, especially those given into my care.

    1 year ago
  7. Don Jones

    Ha, it isn’t about me.

    1 year ago
  8. Grace

    I think what matters most to me is making sure that I am safe and loved. Everything will come together as long as I am in a place to receive it or make it happen.

    1 year ago
  9. d
    dcdeb

    At this point staying alive is most important

    1 year ago
  10. GregC

    Good Health, Happiness, Prosperity, and Enlightenment of All Living Beings.

    1 year ago
  11. A
    All is one

    Freedom from emotional overwhelm. Space for creative practice. Expression in truth through voice and art. Understanding, compassion, empathy and transformation. Gentle soft places to let go and be with what is. Restored optimism.

    1 year ago
  12. pkr

    My family.
    My faith.
    My health.

    1 year ago
  13. Daniel

    Living a life that reflects my values and beliefs

    1 year ago
  14. Linda

    Good health, so I can continue to do good in the world.

    1 year ago
  15. Elaine

    Recognizing my personal comforts and privilege as a baby boomer white settler Canadian how then do I manifest what matters to me most? By taking nothing for granted and doing my part in this historical moment to support the urgent work of climate justice and reconciliation with Indigenous peoples.

    1 year ago
  16. J
    Jennifer Burns

    Thinking of what matters most to me. To strive to be a more loving light bearer to the world. Jesus taught us that our job is show love and be love to others. If I can remember that daily I can be a better human living on this earth.

    1 year ago
  17. JayJacks

    What matters to me most. When I think of this question my mind instantly jumps to a material posession like my home or my car for providing me shelter and transportation. When I reflect on this to a deeper level I see that what matters to me most is not my material posessions, but love. The love of my wife is a profound gift I am grateful for. The love of my mother is a profound gift I am grateful for. The wisdom of humanity, all the trials we have faced and overcome are what matters to me. Love and light in their truest forms are what I resonate with when I strip away my ego. This is what matters to me most.

    1 year ago
  18. Carol

    For many years I have embraced the concept that the man called Jesus was part of evolution. St Paul says that we are to have the mind that was in Christ Jesus. The willingness to evolve is what matters most to me. I believe that willingness is my primary job. Also, when considering this question: If you did not see William Shatner’s interview with Chris Cuomo after his 10 minute trip to space, I urge you to google it on you tube.

    1 year ago
  19. SirPee

    Leading a life of contentment with peace, love, and compassion for all and the less privileged.

    1 year ago
  20. Patricia

    Living as a follower of Christ’s way in my thoughts and actions. Family and raising the youngest generation to be loving, kind, intelligent and faithful. After that, physical health and aging as well as possible.

    1 year ago
  21. Katrina

    Love, peace, hope and joy

    1 year ago
  22. DeVonna

    Family relationships. The people I love and those who love me…that’s what matters most to me.

    1 year ago
  23. Mary Pat

    Well, many things…if I have to limit it to a few, my family, how I am living my life, and compassion.

    1 year ago
  24. Samuel

    Love…
    1 Corinthians 13:13 — “Now faith, hope, and love remain — these three things — but the most important of these is love.”

    1 year ago
  25. Marnie Jackson

    My family
    Continuing to grow

    1 year ago
  26. devy

    One word…Peace.. peace within myself and peace between us all. By compassion and love and acceptance of ourselves and our connection with others we will arrive at peace

    1 year ago
  27. Christine

    A life without fear. My heart at peace. My inner compass.

    1 year ago
  28. EJP

    My children and grandchildren.

    1 year ago
  29. Dusty Su

    My goodness, so much matters to me deeply with such greatly compelling emotions.

    1 year ago
  30. sunnypatti48317

    Happiness, family, love, health, and being a good person.

    1 year ago
  31. Michele

    My family.

    1 year ago
  32. Kevin

    Life
    Family
    and Faith.

    1 year ago
    1. O.Christina

      Yes, dear Kevin, and thank you. May you and yours be blessed.

      1 year ago

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