Author: tasnah

Points to Ponder: A large part of growing – our character, heart, relationships, and faith – is to cultivate the habit of continuously challenging our internal limitations and comfort zones.  Essentially, to grow, we can’t stay the same!  Often the greatest lessons and victories lie behind some challenge we are asked to overcome.  Even though […]

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Reflection

Points to Ponder: What makes someone wise?  Wisdom comes from having gone through experiences rather than just intellectually understanding something.  But are all people who have had many experiences wise? On top of having the experience, the quality of thinking surrounding the experience determines the wisdom gained.  One digests the experience by reflecting on your […]

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Heart of Serving

Points to Ponder: In wanting to receive love, it’s a powerful practice to give what we receive; otherwise, it just stagnates.  Through praying, study, reflection, we can receive a lot from our Heavenly Parent.  The next step is to go out and to give.  One of the best ways to do so is through serving. […]

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Points to Ponder: As God’s children, we’re each given the freedom, responsibility, and trust to co-create our lives.  Thus, our daily actions or inactions have a powerful influence on the development of our character, faith, relationships, and lives. Sometimes we may feel a “0” level connection to God and True Parents, or we feel “0” […]

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Friends of Faith

Points to Ponder: The journey of faith, of growing our relationships with God, with True Parents, and with ourselves can sometimes feel like a solo journey, something we do on an individual level.  However, in the quotes below, Father encourages the value and importance of having friends of faith.  Of building friendships that center around […]

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Life of Reporting

Points to Ponder: Growth comes when we can be honest with someone we trust loves us.  Reporting is when we honestly share our victories, challenges, and lessons, ideally to someone in a position closer to God than us.  They can help be a channel for God to reach us – give us guidance, insight, and […]

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