Spelling Changes Everything!

The world is so full of critics; you know those who tell you how bad everything is or those who point out what absolutely cannot be done; no matter how hard you try. I have come to know the critics, the naysayers, and the onlookers in my life as those who are in charge of impossibilities. They stand at the gate and look inside, they speak out of the vessel of their life’s experience; not mine. While they take their soul’s journey; I endeavor with every breath to take mine. I am the keeper of that which is awesome, amazing and easy to accomplish in my life. I believe that when we have not yet discovered the impossibilities in life; the living is good and the living is easy. Life shows us that impossibilities live just beyond the edge of the realm of possibility. In other words, when we back up a step and really look at that; it means that we get to go through a good deal of possibility long before we reach the edge and honestly the edge is a great place to be, as it is not where possibility ends, it is where it is born, tried, tested, and celebrated as triumphant. It is only beyond the edge that both the pronunciation and spelling changes from impossible to I’m Possible. I guess my 2nd grade teacher Mrs. Currie was right, “Spelling always makes a difference!”

About Kathy Beasley

Hello Friends, I am Kathy and I am fully committed to helping people discover the truth of who they are by employing my gifts of teaching, speaking, writing, leading and meeting them where they are on their journey. In my role as a Unity Minister, I have found that the greatest work that Spiritual Communities can do in the world has very little to do with those gathered around the table with us, it is for those who exist beyond our walls, liturgy, table and awareness. I am not here to make you comfortable, I am here to challenge you by disturbing your peace. With the help of others, I employ a passionate perspective of utilizing the unconventionality of technology and public theology to help reach out beyond the traditional and social aspects of "church" to those who could benefit from a positive and practical message of hope and peace. Thank you for taking this journey with me and please know that your presence helps make me who I am. This is my story… What’s yours?

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