Ask Revs. Sandy & Kirk
By Revs. Sandy and Kirk Moore
 
 
 

Revs. Sandy and Kirk Moore are the co-founders of the Center for Universal Truth in San Juan Capistrano. They established this New Thought spiritual community to bring individuals of various religious and spiritual faiths together so their lives could be empowered by applying practical principals. This column has been developed to allow people the opportunity to seek additional answers about spiritual insights. If you would like to ask them a question, please send it to the Center for Universal Truth, 27121 Calle Arroyo Suite 2200, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675, or visit www.centerfortruth.org  You can also reach us at (949) 481-4040.

Q: How does nature play a part in your teachings, if at all?

Chuck
Laguna Niguel, CA

A: Nature definitely plays a part in our teachings. We believe God is in everyone and everything. God is, first and foremost, a divine, creative essence. We know that nature is a beautiful aspect of life and our environment, and that God’s essence created the heavens and the earth. Certainly we can be in awe of some of the natural landscape we witness such as the Grand Canyon, the Redwood Forest, Yosemite National Park, the ocean, a rose… we could go on and on. Just the fact that this beauty unfolds naturally and effortlessly is proof that God is at work through all things.

Q: How do we become like water as the Tao exclaims, while living in a society like Orange County where everything is a competition?
Chuck
Laguna Niguel, CA

A: Regardless of what environment surrounds us we can become like water no matter where we dwell. The environment does not make us, we make our own environment by choosing our thoughts and making a conscious choice not to fall prey to race consciousness. We each have a responsibility to live our best life that supports us and our world. We can be observers of what is unfolding around us and evaluate its importance or not, and at the same time be a catalyst for good and make those changes that enhance the experience of life for all.


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