The greatest good you can do for another is not just to share your riches, but reveal to them their own.
This quote from Benamin Disraeli speaks both to my experiences as a student and as a teacher. What a wonderful combination these urges are - to discover and to share.
They led friends to invite me to Fort Lauderdale, Florida's First Church of Religious Science in early 1986, to others being there ministering when I showed up, and to the personal revelation of my own riches.
As life and travels took me elsewhere, my Science of Mind textbook, magazines and other books were always on hand.
Friends invited me to Fairview, North Carolina’s Center for Creative Living in early 1997, where my teachers-to-be were ministering when I showed up,
inspiring the revelation of my own true calling.
The natural continuation of this dance is that the greatest good I can do is be present and available to others on the same path of self-discovery and, of course, to keep discovering my own riches, so there’s always more to share.
I am grateful that you have chosen to be among those sharing this journey with me.