What Is Mine To Do

What Is Mine To Do

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What Is Mine To Do

Mary Birch, Practitioner

“This takes faith, trust and a consciousness that stands firmly knowing God is all there is and so it is all God.”

It seems hard to believe but we are still primarily staying at home. Intellectually I know we are always living in the Mystery of Life as it unfolds. And yet I usually have a pretty good idea about how things are going to unfold. Right now, I do not know how all that we are going through is going to unfold. A minister once told me to ask myself “What is mine to do.” She then said that after doing whatever is mine to do, I was to release the outcome.

This takes faith, trust and a consciousness that stands firmly knowing God is all there is and so it is all God. When I look at my life and realize all the things that I have originally labeled bad or wrong are all part of what brought me to where I am today. My spiritual growth has helped me to feel more comfortable in my own skin and more confident in trusting the process of my life no matter what shows up. I do not do this perfectly all the time. I am a work in progress. I do find that it helps to up my spiritual practice and time I take to remember that God is still all there is.

Mary Birch, RScP

Mary Birch became a Practitioner while working as the office administrator at CSL Palm Springs. Her inspiration to go through the Practitioner studies came through self-healing and growth to treat some deep depression, and eventually help others. At the same time, she also completed Chaplain training at Eisenhower Medical Center and became member of the team at this facility. What people desire when they meet with Mary, is her contagious Faith, Hope, Trust and Love.

(Featured Photo used in the blog by Mor Shani on Unsplash)

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