Spirit On The Outside
Yes, exactly, Spirit On The Outside. We know when we feel the movement of Spirit within us. They are normally some of our greatest moments of insight and clarity. While I have no doubt, the same type of personality is present in all organized religious belief systems, the phrase “Sunday Morning Christians” comes to the fore. However, to ensure we don’t single out one religion, we’ll be calling them Sunday Morners. Whether it is synagogue, church, mosque or temple, if you don’t live what you feel on the inside, you won’t be honoring your path or your belief system.
Spirit on the outside means taking what you have learned in your religious services (or your own study) and incorporating it into a real thing in your life. It takes time…we have to remind ourselves that there are things we need to change, we have to do the work of changing them, and then we have to look back and see what the changes created.
Wearing Spirit on the outside means lending a hand when you can see what is needed – if you never see a situation where someone needs a hand you frankly just aren’t looking enough! Spirit is like a muscle – if you exercise it and work with it your connection gets stronger. Wear your Spirit on the outside where others can see the best of you!