Sunday morning after church is one of my favorite reading times. Of course the comics are on top of the pile with breakfast.

Today I also have the November issue of “Open Roads” all the way from Stuarts Draft, Virginia, USA.

My first impulse was to page through this down home newspaper to find my article on abundance and prosperity. What author doesn’t love seeing their work in print?

Never mind that the front cover features a gorgeous thanksgiving meal with one of my favorite quotes: “Life is uncertain, eat dessert first.” I eventually tore myself away from the luscious details in that photo to savor the editorial column by Becky Allen.

Very much like my pastor’s post-election homily this morning, Becky reminded her readers that no one person is going to turn our country around by himself. The task comes back to all of us who are the collective mind, body, and soul of what we call our country.

“We’re being shown in innumerable ways that we’re part of an interdependent web of life.” Getting ourselves, our country, and the world back on its feet again is only going to happen when we’re “creating a world that works for everyone.”

What’s your part in all this? I know mine, and I’m happy to say I get to make my living doing it. I’ve known for some time that I’m here to listen and teach others on the spiritual journey back home. Almost like directing traffic, I get to tweak the guidance for those ready to take off running, and then put it out there step by step for those not yet sure of who they are and what’s going on in their life.

And of course, I have to ask. What’s your passion? What’s your dream? What’s the contribution you came here to give? Are you living it? If not now, then when?

Remember, life goes way too fast the way it is. Live your dreams first. After that, most everything else takes care of itself.

Drop us a line and share your thoughts about what you are passionate about. What’s your dream for yourself? What did you come here to do, and how’s that going for you?

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I’m looking forward to hearing from you.

Janice M. Puta
Author of Pathways: Tales for the Spiritual Seeker
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