It’s so easy to forget how powerful love can be in our lives. This talk is an eye-opening reminder.
For instance, Martha, out of love for her daughter, volunteers to be in a school play. She agrees to play the grandmother in The Nutcracker. The part requires acting and dancing. Martha has never acted before, and she knows she can’t dance. But her daughter insists, “Well, don’t worry about it. She’s supposed to be just a little bit confused and forgetful, so that won’t matter.” There’s a surprise ending that the power of love brings to the play—onstage and offstage!
Another story talks about a precious, but not very expensive gift Ann bought out of love for her husband. Her husband has trouble understanding why Ann studies Eckankar and does the spiritual exercises. That is, until her gift opens his eyes to the power of love Ann finds in ECK and takes their own relationship to a higher level.
Discover how this happens, and experience how you, too, can realize the power of love in your own life.
- A New Time
- Sparta and the Foreign Ambassador
- Paul on the Subject of Love
- Would Martha Dance?
- Ann’s Husband and the Five-Dollar CD
- Gladys Finds Her Path
- Jewels of Wisdom
- New ECK Items