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Betty J. Eadie

  • All religions upon the earth are necessary because there are people who need what they teach. ... Each church fulfills spiritual needs that perhaps others cannot fill. No one church can fulfill everybody's needs at every level.

  • I understood that life is lived most fully in the imagination — that, ironically, imagination is the key to reality.

  • The more we thank God for the blessings we receive, the more we open the way for further blessings.

  • Service is a balm to both the spirit and the body.

  • For all of us who listen, in the stillness of our hearts, God enlightens us and offers to lead the way.

  • God's love is just like the sun, constant and shining for us all. And just as the earth rotates around the sun, it is the natural order for us to move away for a season, and then to return closer, but always within the appropriate time.

  • ... each of us has been given the ability to reach God with our prayers. ... Whatever form it takes, each prayer is an invitation for God to bring his power into another life. God wants to help us, but he waits for us to seek his help.

  • In each of us, I have learned, there is a place where our spirit dwells. We are born to this earth with our soul, the pure part of us we bring to earth from the spirit world. As we develop, we lose some contact with that spiritual part, our divine self, in a process of forgetting that is necessary for our development. But we can lose too much, and when we have lost all awareness of our divinity, we become spiritually disconnected and depressed. To feel whole again, each of us can and must reconnect with our spiritual self; since we are all at various levels of spirituality, each of us reaches this understanding in his or her own unique way.

  • God is not about religion. Religion is a structure that should house our faith in God. Too often it is used to hurt other people in God's name.

Betty J. Eadie, U.S. writer

(1942)