This year my weekly newsletter Seeds is 21 years old. It was inspired by the prodigious work of metaphysician Emmet Fox. I wanted to send a weekly inspirational gift that was a quickie — to cause a deepening of spiritual thought, word, and deed. It seems to be working; I still have some of the charter subscribers. Sign Up Here to receive the latest Seed each Friday by email.
The current Seed is below.
Seeds XXI, 2 Seed: Keeper
Somebody asked me once what happens after you’ve been a spiritual seeker and a spiritual finder. I said, “You become a spiritual keeper.”
And what, you might ask, is that?
A spiritual keeper is one who is committed to and guards the flame of ... whatever your spiritual path is. Those of us who are sectarian about our spirituality guard the flame of the Episcopals or the Catholics or the Baptists—or whatever the name of your sect is. Those of us who are omnifaith, as I identify, guard all spiritual paths and practices.
Neither is right; neither is wrong. Both just are.
The secret to being a keeper is to stay awake to those things, people, places, words, deeds, ideas in your everyday life that inspire your spiritual path.
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