This Sunday, September 27, concludes a series on the wonderful book No Mud, No Lotus by Thich Nhat Hanh, one of the world’s leading Zen buddhist teachers.
Do you have mud and gunk in your life that you would like to turn into beautiful lotus blossoms?
At the Sunday, September 20th Service, Rev. Dr. Rick Belous will explain several practices of the great Zen Buddhist teacher, Thich Nhat Hanh, that do just that.
Based Thich Nhat Hanh’s great book, No Mud, No Lotus, Rev. Rick will detail a way out of suffering that has worked for this Zen monk and thousands of others.
NO MUD, NO LOTUS
Happy Labor Day!
This week my message centers on the importance and power of prayer. I talk about how important affirmative prayer was to me after my wife died of cancer three-and-a-half years ago. I also make suggestions about how we can renew our prayer lives.
All of this ties into Unity’s World Day of Prayer, which will start this Wednesday, September 9th. You can join people from around the world online and watch wonderful online events from Unity Village (which is Unity’s world headquarters) by going to unity.org/wdop.
Let Unity’s World Day of Prayer help recharge your prayer life batteries.