Category: ego

Express yourself in a way that your absence is felt…

Express yourself in a way that your absence is felt…

It amazes me how simple this saying is.   The timing almost perfect. Work for a cause, not applause. Live life to express, not impress. Don’t strive to make your presence noticed, just make your absence felt. I have a situation that I need to make a decision about.   Staring at this simple quote, I know …

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Happiness never decreases by being shared…

Happiness never decreases by being shared…

I think of this a lot lately.  When I share joy it is seems to expand.  It is also wonderful to share when others achieve.  It doesn’t take away from my achievements by celebrating others.  We are all connected and when we accept this, life gets easier.   So why do others have such difficulty …

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Trusting others and ourselves…

Trusting others and ourselves…

Interesting quote to come up to me right now. For many reasons.  I struggle with what it is I am to do on this earth.   I am slowly coming to the understanding that there is something great that I need to accomplish.     What I am being drawn towards is not easy.  It clearly does not coincide with …

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My Talk – March 27, 2016 – First Spiritualist Church of Erie

My Talk – March 27, 2016 – First Spiritualist Church of Erie

Here are my notes for this talk – Amazingly there are just a few places that I do not have details for this talk.   My Spiritual Awakening Transformation Happy Easter or as my family views it – game prep day for Dyngus Day. Easter is about rebirth and renewal. Seems the time to talk about …

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Christmas Talk – Combined Christmas Eve Services – Lily Dale Assembly

Christmas Talk – Combined Christmas Eve Services – Lily Dale Assembly

At this time of year, we put our focus of the Spirit of the Season and Peace on Earth. Many feel Spirit is divine and completely separate from oneself. You may relate; I grew up as a Catholic in fear of God. It is only in the past 18 months that has changed for me. …

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Rev. Colleen Kulikowski