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Invisible Acts of Power: Personal Choices That Create Miracles
Caroline Myss

1 "God is everywhere and can be found in any and every situation."

2 "You will continually find yourself with opportunities to acknowledge that all of us are one until you make it a part of your life creed and act according to its promptings."

3 "The great power of compassion, honor, and grace still exists, even in the middle of national and world crises."

4 "We need to develop faith: faith that our needs will be met; faith that we are not alone; faith that there is a greater purpose at work behind the scenes that will become known to us when the time is right."

5 "The highest truth that comes through all spiritual masters is that love and service toward humanity serves the highest good of all, including my own life." Prayer for Quiet Confidence, from the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer

6 "A seed for transformation exists within the soul of each act of goodness."

7 "Synchronistic encounters are meaningful; they are manifestations of an invisible power working with you and through you."

8 "By cultivating one's nature one will return to virtue." Chuang-Tzu

9 "Choose to seek the spiritual presence in every moment and situation of your life. Even the smallest positive action can help someone heal."

10 "Know that underlying the storm is peace, and under the chaos is order. Use the power of faith as your anchor: faith that there is a reason why things happen as they do; faith that you will make it through a crisis; faith that you are moving forward to a better place."

11 "Folklore and fairy tales are filled with lessons about the values of love, compassion, generosity, and caring for family, friends, the sick, and the elderly. These are the virtues that matter to heaven. These are the virtues that matter even if there is no heaven. And these are the virtues we are required to develop and refine on our spiritual journey."

12 "I can see that the power of prayer and intention – theirs, yours, mine – forges the grace that holds our world together."

13 "Politeness serves a purpose…civility and kindness are moral imperatives." Jane Austen

14 "Somehow even in the midst of the worst chaos, the universe still provides a map for our survival."

15 "Faith is an active force – not a passive one – an invisible power, like love."

16 "Everything we do COUNTS. There is really no such thing as a small act of service or goodness. This is in accord with most of the world's spiritual traditions."

17 "Science and religion tell us that we are energetically interdependent; that matter and energy are the same throughout the universe. Our spiritual interconnectedness and intuitive signals form, in effect, an energetic Internet."

18 "It is impossible to be both wise and pessimistic."

19 "Your neighbor is your other self dwelling behind a wall. In understanding, all walls shall fall down." Kahlil Gibran

20 "The Talmud states, 'All are responsible for each other.' And Jesus taught, 'That which you do to the least of these my brethren you do unto me.'"

21 "The ancient Greek philosopher Epictetus wrote, 'The universe is but one great city, full of beloved ones, divine and human by nature, endeared to each other.'"

22 "We are meant to care about each other and the well-being of the entire human family because our physical survival and spiritual survival depend on one another. We are drawn to help each other, to be there for one another, because we are made of the same spiritual substance."

23 "We are not alone in this world and even in the direst times, our prayers are heard and answered."

24 "The virtue of the universe is wholeness. It regards all things as equal." Tao Te Ching

25 "Our heart's primary task, of course, is to recognize our own spirit in every stranger and to 'love our neighbor as ourselves.'"

This body of quotes compiled by JoAnn Kite