Gita Saraydarian | Spiritual Teaching & Education | The Path to a Spiritual Life

"I am overjoyed and excited with the many new insights and seeds that have been planted. Once again, thank you Gita for your dedication, love and leadership."

- Michelle R. on the annual TSG Wesak Conference & Retreat

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Free choice

It is always our choice
how we choose to live
maybe we hate and lie and fight
or we could lovingly forgive

By each step on our path
we can turn left or right
one side is hard and rough and dark
the other smooth and bright

They are both so different
whatever we decide
they are both important too
no matter where we ride

I might discover while I walk
I took the heavy track
I see the growth that came with it
and grateful I look back

Each step with power, truth and love
reduces my confusion
I'll find my goal by walking on
and come to the conclusion

I'm always blessed
and I know this
I meet my Lord
in all that is

© Barbara Plank-Bachselten


Soul Transformation Awards

Actors make movies to entertain us. Some are uplifting and some are trashy. Some do lots of good and inspire us for greater heights of understanding, while others degrade us and humiliate us. Some are used for tools of good, some as tools of darkness. In movies, sports, songs, dances, art shows, and in many forms of creative arts, we see a tremendous impulse to heal, to do good, and bring a higher consciousness to others. Some actors go beyond making movies and use their money and influence to do good for others.

We too are actors on the large stage of life. We make choices every day about the culture in which we live. Every choice we make changes the culture of life and either affirms the trash or affirms the ingenuity and beauty of the human creativity. Every time we adapt ourselves to low level values, we affirm them. Every time we adapt ourselves to higher values, we enhance the higher culture. People express in their own levels of expression and it is up to us to honor and reward that which uplifts the human spirit.

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