There are two ways to look at the Ten Commandments: The biblical story, and the meaning behind the story. The Commandments are a study of ourselves: the first five reflect the inner world; spiritual world; world of thought; consciousness; getting our thought correct. The second five refer to the outer world; objective side of life; our relationships with each other, how thought works, the external plane of life.
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This month’s lessons focus on the joy found in life. October’s theme explores how imagination and creative play are an important part of many of the world’s religions. Laughing, dancing and song are an important part of Buddhist, Muslim, Jewish and Christian celebration. Children in creative play! We end the month of October by partnering with Unicef(™).
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