In this, Rev. Pam’s last talk, she shared with us:
In order to grow, we must shed old beliefs, past ways, the status-quo; this means RISK! So, what do we choose? The “safety” of the status-quo, or the opportunities lying in new growth? One thing that must remain the same is this: We MUST continue to live our highest understanding of the principles we have been taught. We MUST put into practice – on a day-to-day, moment-to-moment basis, at home, at work, on the freeway – the teachings of Unity. If we want a different experience, we must change our thinking; we must raise it to be in alignment with Truth. Part of our Spiritual Journey is being willing to rest in the mystery – not knowing what is coming next. One thing for sure, as an old saying goes: “What do we do before enlightenment? Chop wood, carry water! What do we do after enlightenment? Chop wood, carry water!” So, we pray; prayers of denial, releasing that which is not True, and affirmative prayers of the Truth of our being. And, we meditate, opening ourselves to that knowingness which only comes from communion with God. Chop wood! Carry water!