April 18, 2021
Healing Power of Differences
The word “paradox” is often used to talk about very frustrating situations in which traditional problem-solving doesn’t seem to work.
We encounter paradox often in the form of conflicts, resistance to change, and when differences emerge that we can’t seem to move beyond. A paradox is a pair of opposite, yet interdependent values, that need each other for the healing and wholeness in life.
Our ability to do “the work that in due season will encircle the earth,” as Charles Fillmore says, depends upon us learning to harness the power of differences, paradoxes and start embodying action steps to embrace the differences to expand our capacities for loving, seeing broader perspectives and living our most noble selves.
Rev. Kelly Isola will speak to this and more for our 11 am Sunday Service.
Rev. Kelly is an ordained Unity Minister with training, certifications, and accreditations across a wide spectrum of interests and is a Certified Master in Polarity Thinking. She leads multiple workshops and ceremonies and leads the Greater Kansas City Interfaith Council.
Join us as we kick off SEE Week.