There is something you can do to help create peace
in the world, and that is to make yourself peaceful
Even though I may not see the results immediately,
love always works
To be wise means to respond to situations with
understanding, care and compassion
is when I use every moment well
Sister Jayanti is one of a group of Brent faith leaders and their perpectives on climate change featured in an exhibition of photographs by local photographer Don Jordan at Brent Civic Centre, Wembley, as part of Brent Climate Festival.
Every Sunday from 10th October until 28th November we have been celebrating the different specialities across the country with a series of regional online events to mark our 50 years in the UK. These events are all available to watch again via our 50 Years page. You'll also find there a series of special 'Good Wishes' video messages filled with love, gratitude and appreciation. The celebrations will continue in the New Year with a concert Walking the Way of Love - we'll share more details here soon.
The Unhelpful Habit of Being Judgmental
Faith in Others
If there is a need to take responsibility for something, then of course, you should. However, if a situation is not your business, or someone else is in charge, then don’t get caught up in it. If you want to help, you can still involve yourself in a more subtle way through faith. Faith in others does a lot of work. It doesn’t mean blind faith – observing helplessly while keeping your fingers crossed – it means to remain alert to what’s going on, and then to fill another with the strength of your faith to such an extent that they feel able to do whatever needs to be done. This means having faith, but also donating the power of your faith. If the other person is honest and truthful, your faith will work for them. In this way, we can learn to truly help each other.
Thought for Today
Good thoughts for a healthy mind