A Simple Truth

(Posted by Ray Madaghiele on September 10, 2013)

Daisy at sunrise at Sharp Creek CampgroundWant to do something about the chaos you have been seeing in the news these days?

Close your eyes. Take a deep breath. And ponder these thoughts from the It’s Time poem that I wrote in response to the 9-11 events 12 years ago.

“It’s time that we realize, “We are all one people” –
That separateness is an illusion and that, in truth, we are all connected.

It’s time that we see past the veil of illusion called separateness,
and understand just how connected we really are –
That we are all made from the same substance of the universe,
and by harming another we are only harming ourselves.”

Could it be as simple as what John and Paul said (not the Apostles…The Beatles)? “All you need is love. Love is all you need.”

Sathya Sai Baba said this about love…

“Love as thought is Truth.
Love as action is Righteousness (Right Conduct).
Love as feeling is Peace.
Love as understanding is Non-violence.”

So…

“Start the day with love
Spend the day with love.
Fill the day with love.
End the day with love.
That is the way to God.”

Why not give it a try? You have nothing to lose, and the world has everything to gain.

Many blessings,

Ray and Lyn


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# gene
Wednesday, September 11, 2013 1:25 AM
Gorden B Hinkley said, “Love will heal where all else fails.” as true as it gets gene PS Thanks for being YOU

# Lyn
Wednesday, September 11, 2013 4:26 PM
When I have been faced with a challenging situation or person, sending love to it or the person has always worked for me. It may take a while for the issue to finally resolve itself, but I just keep sending love. There is definitely a different feeling I experience when I send love versus sending anger or revenge. Love melts the impossible and heals relationships

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Staying Positive Works!

(Posted by Ray Madaghiele on March 01, 2013)

Contact Cover-Spring 2013 (2)Patience, perseverance and purity come into play when waiting for one’s desires to manifest. One of the tools that has been crucial for us is monitoring our thoughts and quickly changing negative ones into more positive, good-feeling ones.

As a result, staying positive has paid off again! So . . . please celebrate with us!

Ray just received an amazing book review from the Managing Editor of Contact Magazine, an e-zine published by Unity Worldwide Ministries, for his 10-year anniversary book, Ray of Hope: Inspiring Peace. This e-zine is distributed to all Unity ministers and licensed teachers around the world.
Thought you would like to see Bernadette Swanson’s glowing remarks (see below). We are honored and grateful!

Thanks for your continued love and support! Stay positive!

Ray & Lyn

Ray of Hope: Inspiring Peace
Insights on Chaos and Consciousness While Bicycling Across America
by Ray Madaghiele

Reviewed by Bernadette Swanson, LUT

After the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, Ray Madaghiele considered what he could do to counter the hysteria, fear and prejudices that seemed to run rampant throughout our nation. What could one man do to help bring about peace and healing?

For Ray, it was a Cycle 4 Peace bike ride from his home in Phoenix, Arizona, to Ground Zero in New York City. Ray stopped at 10 fire stations across the country for Fire Station Chats. He wanted to honor the firefighters, to share copies of the video of the Phoenix firefighters’ experience at Ground Zero and his message of hope and peace. Across the country he also shared copies of his poem “It’s Time!” which he wrote a few days after 9/11.

On July 4, 2002, he started the 3,369-mile journey from Phoenix on a vintage (meaning: old) bicycle, spending 5-6 hours per day cycling, and traveling through twelve states. On September 10, 2002, he rolled into New York City in time to participate in the ceremonies marking the first anniversary of that tragic day. Did I mention that Ray was 45 years old at the time?

Ray takes us along with him as he shares the history of the places he visits, the physical and mental challenges he faces, and the stories of the people he meets along the way. He and his wife Lyn, who served as his support, strategic planner and cheerleader, always asked the same thing of those they met, “What has become more important to you since 9/11?” The top answer was relationships (family, friends), followed by faith and not putting off following your dreams.

Each chapter ends with “Thoughts to Ponder” to get us to consider ways that we can create peace in our lives and in our communities. Ray nudges us to define our life’s purpose and our core values, to consider acts of compassion that we can take and to explore other faiths to deepen our understanding of those who are unlike ourselves.

You can order the book and download a free poster and study guide for a “Ray of Hope Commitment Program” for your spiritual community, home study group or book club at www.iamarayofhope.com.

Ray Madaghiele and his wife Lyn have served as the volunteer coordinators for Unity Worldwide Ministries’ Annual People’s Convention since 2008.


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# gene
Sunday, March 03, 2013 10:10 PM
Thought control is the key to a happy, successful life. We can create our own reality, and happiness with good thinking.

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Celebrate Unity in Diversity

(Posted by Ray Madaghiele on January 21, 2013)

Martin Luther King, Jr.

Today people of all faiths, color and creed stood together, prayed together, and broke bread together.

Today we celebrate Rev. Martin Luther King’s contribution to our society living the tenets of equality coined in our Declaration of Independence.

Today we celebrate the strides we are making as a nation to embody the principles so eloquently articulated in 1776.

Today, a mere 50 years after Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. shared his hopes in his “I Have a Dream” speech, our first African American (and Asian American) president was sworn into office to begin a second term as President of the United States of America—elected by a vote of the people.

Whether you voted, or didn’t vote, for this president is not the point. The point is how wonderfully our nation is evolving to embody the principles that our founding fathers so bravely declared.

Today President Obama began his acceptance speech…

“Each time we gather to inaugurate a president, we bear witness to the enduring strength of our Constitution. We affirm the promise of our democracy. We recall that what binds this nation together is not the colors of our skin or the tenets of our faith or the origins of our names. What makes us exceptional — what makes us American — is our allegiance to an idea, articulated in a declaration made more than two centuries ago: ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness’.”

On August 28, 1963, Rev. Martin Luther King gave his “I Have a Dream” speech where he shared similar hopes and a vision for our nation…

. . . I still have a dream.
It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream.
I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.’
I have a dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia, the sons of the former slaves and the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit down together at the table of brotherhood.
I have a dream that one day even the state of Mississippi, a state sweltering with the heat of injustice, sweltering with the heat of oppression, will be transformed into an oasis of freedom and justice.
I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.
I have a dream today.

Today we celebrate a dream fulfilled.

Today we put aside our differences and celebrate our unity in diversity.

Many blessings,

Ray

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# Rick Skoglund
Monday, January 21, 2013 7:18 PM
ERev. King was a man who had the love of God in his heart as David did in his desrie to build a Temple dedicated to the Lord of all. Or, as one scribe wrote “He was a man after God’s own heart”.

Interestingly, Rev. King was also a Republican.

# Chaplain Lori Elward
Monday, January 21, 2013 8:14 PM
Ray – this is a beautiful post. I had not yet heard the President’s Inauguration speech when I read it, and the quote from the speech brought me to tears. Thank you for the clear and touching reminder of what this day has meant!

# gene
Monday, January 21, 2013 9:51 PM
We have and need to have many good dreams. We have and need to have many Heros as well.

# Rev. Julianne K. Lewis
Monday, January 21, 2013 9:55 PM
From my talk Sunday, the 20th. . .

In the eleven-year period between 1957 and 1968, King traveled over six million miles and spoke over twenty-five hundred times; and meanwhile he wrote five books; he was awarded five honorary degrees; was named Man of the Year by Time magazine in 1963; and then at the age of thirty-five, Martin Luther King, Jr., was the youngest man to have received the Nobel Peace Prize.

He was a man who took one step at a time…knowing he was on the earth plane to create a new way of looking at things…to make a difference!

We, too, need to clearly remember and recognize who we are at the spiritual core of our being and act from that place of love and strength.
Now we are co creative within Spirit and we, too can make a difference, be truly helpful1 .

# Andrew
Monday, January 21, 2013 10:39 PM
Diversity truly is something to be celebrated! Another thing to celebrate, regardless of how any of us voted, is that we truly have the civil freedom to elect our leaders. Great post Ray and nice job on the site. 🙂

# Christine Slomski
Sunday, January 27, 2013 9:56 PM
Wow, this is a great one. Thank you. Christine

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A Creative New Year

(Posted by Lyn Madaghiele on December 30, 2012)

Happy New Year 2013With 2013 approaching, it’s time to be an even more skillful, creative thinker as you make plans for your life in the New Year.

The beginning of a New Year is very exciting because it feels like stepping into something fresh and new. You tend to dream more about what you want in certain areas of your life—what would make your life better.

The New Year is a mental and emotional “restart” button, a threshold to step over into the realm of new possibilities.

So here are 6 practices we follow, and believe will make your life even better in 2013:

1. List your accomplishments, blessings, and gratitudes during the past year; reflect on and celebrate them.
2. Identify the ones in #1 that are working in your life (in which you feel proud, happy, expansive, free).
3. Plan to do more of the ones in #2 in the New Year.
4. Dream a little – list activities/goals that would make your life even better in 2013.
5. Think about #4 consistently – stay focused on what you want to create, not on ‘what is’.
6. Say “Yes” to opportunities that will move you in the direction of achieving/experiencing them.

Recognizing that we’re very human, at times we may have feelings of doubt or fear. Here’s where skillful thinking comes in very handy:

1. Notice how you are FEELING when you think a thought that brings you anything less than joy.
2. Make a list of what you are grateful for in the situation and/or your life.
3. Start exploring new thoughts that make you feel just a little better. (When you feel some relief and a greater peace of mind, you’ll know you’re on the right track.)
4. Ask yourself, “What do I want in this situation?”
5. Get into Creative Mode and start listing action steps that make you feel more hopeful, positive, expansive, joyful, and free.

Sometimes it can be challenging to identify what’s going on in your life, what’s your purpose, what’s your passion, what are your strengths, what to do with your fears and doubts, etc. When that happens, it is helpful to have an objective, compassionate ear to listen, help you sort through it all, and discover the answers that are inside you.

If you have ever experienced the love and support of a coach or mentor that always holds your highest good and well-being in mind, you know how good you feel when you end the confusion, get unstuck, and start moving toward what makes your heart sing.

One of the results that has emerged from following our own recommended steps mentioned above is an expanded, new way of serving you.

If we can be of assistance to make your New Year even better in your personal and/or professional life, please let us know. We are both available in person (if we are in your area), via phone, or Skype.

Happy New Year and many blessings on your journey,
Lyn & Ray

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# Richard Skoglund
Sunday, December 30, 2012 8:06 PM
Great stuff, Ray! At Unity Church this morning we wrote on a sheet of paper all the negative “stuff” in our thoughts and lives that we wanted to get rid of. Then everyone went out and burned the papers in a bowl. It was a bit chilly. It’s called the Ceremony of the Burning Bowl. We did it last year and it worked for me. I had a lot of negative “stuff” to get rid of it and it worked! Last year I had about 15 items on the list. This year only 3 and none were duplicates of last year.

We were then instructed to write down all the positive “stuff” that we wanted to achieve in 2013. Both myself and my wife Carole sat there for 10 minutes with pencil and paper and drew a complete blank. Normally both of us are prolific writers as thoughts pour into our heads. This morning – nothing!!!
Egads!!! Oh, well, maybe next year……

I really enjoy telling the Emporer (who ever that may be) he or she is naked. I see and feel truth. I would never be a successful politician. I am not afraid to express my opinion. This has not made me popular in business or social circles however. To make matters worse, I have been proven correct over a period of time.

Perhaps my outspoken manner of “freindly suggestions” should be toned down and keep my opinions to myself and let people or organizations descend into chaos and oblivion. Maybe I’m just interfering in God’s plans and walk away without saying anything as other people do.

Walking away is what Jeramiah and other prophets who could see the writing on the wall wanted to do. God wouldn’t let them. When I’ve walked away without saying anything all sorts of bad things start happening to me.

I’m in a situation now where I am hesitant to say anything. It does not involve Unity of Payson though. So far, I’ve let the situation smolder without saying or doing anything. I know what must be done. My extreme solution is not one that anyone wants to hear. I’m being continually prompted by Spirit to get involved. Fighting it tooth and nail.

I am partially following the guidance I receive though and studying material that will enable me to take action once I am forced into it by circumstances I cannot control. Going to let God create the crisis. Start the fire so to speak and then I can once again be the fireman who shows up to put it out.

Perhaps all of the above is what I should have written this morning. :):)

Rick

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Great Movie

(Posted by Ray Madaghiele on December 08, 2012)

Abraham LincolnEnjoy taking a “Lincoln” break from the busy-ness of the holiday season. We did!

Lincoln is truly an Oscar-worthy classic masterpiece in the making, staring Daniel Day-Lewis and directed by Steven Spielberg. It focuses on Lincoln’s efforts to pass the 13th Amendment, which abolished slavery in America.

It caused us to appreciate even more the discoveries we made about Lincoln during our 2002 Cycling for Peace adventure across America …

(Excerpt from Ray of Hope: Inspiring Peace, pages 117-118.)

Along our journey through the heart of Kentucky we came upon Lincoln’s birthplace near Hodgenville. The National Park Service has constructed a replica of his family’s 18-foot-by-16-foot, one-room log cabin complete with dirt floor, one window and a fireplace.

I have always admired Lincoln for his exemplary character. I thought about how his mother and father must have planted and nurtured the seeds of good character within young Abraham. It really struck me how important our early childhood years are. They are fertile ground in which the roots of our character begin to form the foundation for our entire lives.

I gained an even greater appreciation for Lincoln after visiting the site of the humble home where he was born and spent the first seven years of his life. What simple and humble beginnings he had. He was raised with very few material possessions but his loving, nurturing mother taught him the value of spirituality and education, and his hardworking father taught him a strong work ethic and business savvy.

Lincoln acquired the nickname Honest Abe the year he ran Denton Offutt’s country store in New Salem, Illinois. He developed an unshakable reputation for his good character with the town’s people, and, as written in Famous Statements Speeches and Stories of Abraham Lincoln, “He was judge, arbitrator, referee, umpire, authority in all disputes, games and matches of man-flesh, horse-flesh, a pacifier in all quarrels; everybody’s friend; the best-natured, and most sensible, the best-informed, the most modest and unassuming, the kindest, gentlest, roughest, strongest, best fellow in all New Salem and the region round about.” Read more ›

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Thanksgiving 2012

(Posted by Ray Madaghiele on November 19, 2012)

Thanksgiving cornucopiaThis week is a wonderful opportunity to unwind and reflect on all we are thankful for. This year, our 15th anniversary falls on Thanksgiving Day—a double dose of thanks!

Studies show that sharing gratitude has a positive effect on one’s happiness and satisfaction with life—with even enduring and accumulative effects.

Have you ever noticed how you feel toward a person who is grateful? Ever noticed how you feel when a person seems to always expect something from you?

Here are some ways we use and recommend to express gratitude that can make a difference in your life:

1. Keep a daily gratitude journal. Each day, write at least 1 thing you are thankful for.
2. Before you go to sleep, think of at least 1 thing you are grateful for.
3. Say “thank you” to someone at least once a day.
4. Send a card or write a letter to someone who has made a difference in your life.
5. Focus on all the good things that are working in your life.
6. Wave a “thank you” to a car that stopped to allow you to cross the street.
7. Thank someone–particularly a family member–for doing something that he/she is expected to do (take out the garbage, make the bed, do the dishes, etc.).

Here’s a twist on expressing gratitude that can help accelerate the good you wish to bring in to your life: Say thanks in advance for a safe journey, for good behavior you would like to see, for increased prosperity, for good health, for loving relationships.

As we celebrate Thanksgiving, we are grateful for your continued interest and support. Thank you for being a “ray of hope” in the world.

Happy Thanksgiving,

Ray and Lyn
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# Ami Browne
Tuesday, November 20, 2012 12:26 AM
The more we focus on what we are grateful for the better person we become then it becomes a habit and it’s contagious. The suggestions you gave remind me of the book Jeff Olson wrote “The Slight Edge ”

By the way since I met you and Ray I have met 2 more book authors one was Jeff and the other is John Anchor who wrote “The Happiness Advantage” I’m thankful for our meeting in Starbucks when you were a Ray of Hope. I look forward to staying on touch, Jappy Anniversary and Happy Thanksgiving.

Love and blessings,
Ami Browne

# jocelyn babin
Tuesday, November 20, 2012 11:21 AM
I give thanks for the multitude of family and friends that i love and that love me. I have MANY more blessings to count than I do worries. but i can only be reminded of that when i focus on counting those blessing daily. my sister said that you can’t trust in a higher power and worry at the same time. that’s so true, it one or the other. i get more peace and joy by trusting in my higher power and counting my blessings. thank you, ray and lyn, for being one of my blessings. happy anniversary!!

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Build a Better World!

(Posted by Ray Madaghiele on November 05, 2012)

Love in the World“Live from your heart, asking to be guided to make decisions that are for the highest good of all—including voting in this week’s elections,” was the inspiring message from Dr. Betty Lue Lieber yesterday at the Unity Center for Inspired Living in Brentwood, California.

We couldn’t pass up the chance to hear her message and have the privilege and honor of meeting the author who wrote the uplifting poem, “Build a Better World!” featured on page 208 of Ray of Hope: Inspiring Peace!

For Lyn and me, listening to our hearts has brought many wonderful people and adventures into our lives during the past 3 years as full-time RVers. What a surprise, during one of Lyn’s internet searches several months ago, to discover Betty Lue Lieber’s name and to realize that our travels would be taking us close enough to meet her.

How fortunate we were yesterday—another opportunity to experience “living from your heart…”

So, for your enjoyment and “imagination,” here’s some wisdom from Betty Lue Lieber:

Build a Better World!

Can you imagine a world without fear,
A world of safety and of peace?
Can you imagine a world without hunger,
Where we feed all our brothers and sisters?
Can you imagine a world without harm,
Where we treat all with respect and gentleness?
Can you imagine a world with no disease,
Where we live in balance with nature?
Can you imagine a world with no homelessness,
Where everyone is equally important?
Can you envision a planet of reverence for all life,
Where violence and killing are no more?
Can you foresee a place where everyone is cherished,
The young and old, healthy and disabled?
You can co-create a community of trust and freedom.
Your attitude, your voice and your choices can
Build a Better World for All!

Many blessings from the road near Bakersfield, California today,

Ray & Lyn & Ozzie cat Read more ›

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Be Warm-hearted

(Posted by Ray Madaghiele on October 30, 2012)

Heart with earth for humanityLet’s be radiating beacons of light, warmth and hope to those weathering turbulent storms, especially those now experiencing Hurricane Sandy’s force.

In Ray of Hope: Inspiring Peace I wrote, “When faced with catastrophe, we are forced to focus on what’s truly important, our loved ones.” We naturally open our hearts and extend a helping hand—we “Love all, serve all.”

During times of difficulty it is easy to be genuinely concerned and comfort each other. Let us remember to also be warm-hearted in the aftermath of the storm.

The Dalai Lama said, “Honest concern for others is the key factor in improving our day to day lives. When you are warm-hearted, there is no room for anger, jealousy or insecurity. A calm mind and self-confidence are the basis for happy and peaceful relations with each other. Healthy, happy families and a healthy peaceful nation are dependent on warm-heartedness.”

Thank you for being a ray of hope and using your time, talents and/or treasure to show warm-heartedness to our brothers and sisters on the East Coast of the United States.

Many blessings,

Ray Read more ›

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Our Great Country

(Posted by Ray Madaghiele on October 24, 2012)

American FlagWe hope you are choosing to observe our political process with fascination, not upset. There is much we cannot control. But there is one important thing we can. Maya Angelou said it eloquently in an email I received today . . .

“I am not writing to you as a black voter, or a woman voter, or as a voter who is over 70 years old and six feet tall. I am writing to you as a representative of this great country — as an American.

It is your job to vote. It is your responsibility, your right, and your privilege. You may be pretty or plain, heavy or thin, gay or straight, poor or rich.

But remember this: In an election, every voice is equally powerful — don’t underestimate your vote. Voting is the great equalizer.”

These are certainly interesting times in America, and politics is always a difficult topic to approach. It has been said that it’s not a good idea to discuss politics, but I felt like I’d give it a go this time. (Please don’t shoot the messenger!)

Can you believe that there is less than two weeks remaining until Election Day? Is it me, or has it seemed like this year’s brutal campaigning has gone on forever?

Regardless of what you think of each candidate’s perspectives, this great country has established a political system, although not perfect, that offers anyone freedom of speech to share their different points of view. And, boy, have we heard some lately, even on local levels! Hopefully, though, you are not allowing yourself to get too whipped up and knocked off balance by it all. Read more ›

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Happy International Day of Peace

(Posted by Ray Madaghiele on September 21, 2012)

Prayer Stations at Ground ZeroHappy International Day of Peace!

Hope is an important stepping stone to peace. Today let’s radiate ripples of hope around the world.

Join us in the #IAMARAYOFHOPE Global Movement by restoring hope in humanity one act of kindness at a time. It’s really simple . . . Read more ›

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