Rev. Cheryl

Dear Family and Friends,

The phrase “as within, so without” is often an expression used in our teaching. It suggests that our external reality is a reflection of our internal state. When we love ourselves deeply, our hearts become a source of love that overflows to touch the lives of those around us. Our interactions with others are colored by our inner state of love, leading to more compassionate and fulfilling relationships.

The path to loving others begins with loving oneself. Self-love is not a selfish act but a profound spiritual practice that has the potential to create a more loving and harmonious world. By nurturing self-love within, we become conduits of love, radiating kindness and compassion to those around us. As we embrace the transformative power of self-love, we can collectively move closer to the ideal of a world that works for all and a world that knows no bounds.

Rev Cheryl