Sharing Our Spiritual Journeys

Tuning into Self-exploration and Sharing our Spiritual Journeys

Facilitated by Markus Radtk
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Sundays 

3:00pm

 At My Loving Space Studio 

5552 Victoria Drive

 Vancouver B.C 

[masked]


$10

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www.mylovingspace.ca
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 Can you think of a time when good things came to you,
when your whole life improved somehow, and it was easy?
Can you recall a time when good things came to another,
when their life transformed and it was good and it came easy,
and in part, it was you who made it happen?
If our lives were easy like this more often, could we stand it?
Maybe we need good things to be hard won,
and our lives to to be full of drama.
Maybe our peers would disapprove of good things just happening.
Suppose we wanted our lives to be easier.
Are there things we could be doing to make it so?
Some work that feeds, some work eats you.
Some work gives your life purpose and meaning.
It gives you recognition and personal satisfaction.
While other work drains you and makes you sick.
Do you have choices about the work you do?
-Who you work with and who you for for?
Or are you stuck with the situation you've got?
Are you happy being you?
How do you feel about the person in the mirror.
Is your identity a matter of choice or a random accident?
Why wait?
What things are worth waiting for?
Do you wait for yourself to be good and ready?
Do you wait for others to be good and ready?
Suppose you do nothing until you feel compelled to act?
Suppose you say nothing until you feel you have something worth saying?
Can you tell if people are truthful?
Is being loving and trusting the mark of a sucker, or the way to enlightenment?

 The above are subjects raised by a song I wrote.
I call it "The Easy Song".
I would like to sing my song for you.
I would like to hear your perspective on how my song
(and the subjects therein) may relate to your life.

-Markus 

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