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Why Do We Do What We Do?


Why Do We Do What We Do?

— Dr. Deborah Gordon


Working hard for something we don’t care about is called stress; working hard for something we love is called passion.

Simon Sinek

Last week, Dr. Kenn Gordon gave us a great tool to use to support us in living lives of awareness, which was being clear on whether we’re being motivated by our opinions or our values. Dr. Deborah Gordon continues this path of personal awareness by bringing our attention to our Why.

Join Dr. Deborah Gordon and the rest of the Sunday Six on May 9, 2021 at 10:30am on Facebook Live.


This Week’s Science of Mind Theme

Revolutionary Love

Unconditional Love is powerfully committed to a Wholly Holy Revolutionary Act that exudes grace, compassion, and boldness. Science of Mind is a radical evolutionary teaching that positions us at the leading edge of global transformation and those who engage it at that level walk the walk by balancing Love and Law.

Revolution is defined as “a fundamental change in the way of thinking about or visualizing something: a change of paradigm”. Revolutions in consciousness bring change to ourselves, and the systems and institutions that shape the experiences of us all. Revolutionary Love invites us into a way of being, a way of thinking, a way of feeling and a way of acting that is rooted in our love for one another. It is in this rising up of our consciousness that we rise up in revolutionary love for ourselves, for each other, and for the wholeness of Life Itself.

We have a deep belief in Oneness: we are all interconnected, we are all interdependent. When we realize this deeply, love can become the natural way we relate to the world.

Revolutionary Love brings collective change through our love for one another. It is bold in that it asks us to act on behalf of ourselves, of those we love, and even those we have not yet learned how to love.

Love is a direct experience of the Divine, and revolutionary love is the great work of our lives.



Looking for a place to gather for Fellowship and connection after Sunday service? Join Laura Green this Sunday, May 9th for our bi-weekly Zoom time to meet-and-greet with our community. See event details.

Meeting ID: 829 8904 5903 Passcode: fellowship


The Drop In: Coffee and Connection

Coffee and Connection is every other Thursday, and the next one is on May 13, 2021, from 10am to 11am PST. Chat with Dr. Deborah Gordon, Rev. Barbara Samuel and Rev. Gwen Smith about whatever is on your mind!

Meeting ID: 84822529807

Passcode: connection


Practitioner of the Week

Contact our Practitioner of the Week directly via email with your request for prayer or treatment support for ANYTHING. This coming week (from Sunday to Saturday) is Irene Kowalchuk, RScP at This is such a beautiful gift from our practitioners. Thank you!


CSLK’s Weekly Happenings

Sunday Meditation is on the first and third Sunday of each month. The next meditation is on May 16, from 9:45am to 10:05am.

Meeting ID: 824 2377 7379

Password: meditation


Our Sunday Celebrations are at 10:30am on Facebook Live. Visit our page at and scroll down until you see the video. (The replay can be watched later on YouTube.)


Our children's VIBE program is on hiatus.


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The spiral of life is upward. Evolution carries us forward, not backwards. Eternal and progressive expansion is Its Law, and there are no breaks on Its continuity. It seems to me that our evolution is the result of unfolding consciousness of that which already is, and needs but to be realized to become fact in everyday life.

Ernest Holmes


Copyright © 2021, Centre for Spiritual Living Kelowna. All rights reserved.

Vol. 30. Issue 19 | Editor: Annie Zalezsak

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