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The Power of Positive Feedback

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Blessings to You!

I am so very pleased that you are reading this message today. We may not have seen or spoken to each other in a very long time, or may never have met in person. The simple fact, that we have connected today warms my heart and soul. I pray that what I share today, may likewise have meaning for you. How often do we hear words that remind us of our value to another? Does it matter...or is it just our ego wanting to be stroked?

To find on! 


church volunteer recogniton 2 Chronicles 10:17

And they said to him, "If you will be kind to this people and please them, and speak good words to them, then they will be your servants for ever."


mimi clown  Unity Wisdom

Through an inherent law of mind action we increase whatever we praise. The whole creation responds to praise, and is glad. Animals and children quickly respond to praise. One can praise a weak body into strength, a fearful heart into peace and trust, shattered nerves into poise and power, a failing business into prosperity and success, want and insufficiency into supply and support.

Charles Fillmore, Co-founder of Unity


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On the Oprah show the other day, Toni Morrison asked the audience the question, "When your child walks in the door, does your face light up?"


So often, the busyness of our day, and the weight of our personal concerns distracts us from the joy we would normally and naturally feel when our child walks in the door. But how does that impact the child? In does it affect anyone and everyone you encounter?


During the course of the day we are sending out a constant stream of feedback in the form of spiritual energy. This may or may not include words or actions. We may never open our mouths, yet the expression on our face or our body language speaks volumes.  


Today, and every day, holding this thought in mind, we can consciously choose to send forth positive feedback. When your child, or mate, or friend walks in the door...when your boss approaches your desk...or as you get on the bus or train...whatever you do, whoever you encounter, let the feedback you send be positive and kind.  


Let your "feedback" say, "I see you. I appreciate you. Namaste!...I behold the divinity in you." You will be amazed at the positive impact this has in their lives as well as your own life!   

Namaste! I behold the Divinity in YOU!

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Rev.Alicia Leslie, Minister