Spiritual adoption for Home Sweet Orphanage

“Am I my brother’s keeper?”
~Genesis 4: 9

The answer is “Yes, you are”, because we are all connected, and what happens to others affects us.

M.G has spiritually adopted the mission of Sweet Home Orphanage, and this adoption comes with a commitment to pay monthly, for two matrons for the children. Thank you much M.G.

Now, many of you can come up and take this road. Pray about it and should you be inspired to take up spiritual adoption with a commitment, write to me at sbeingana@uyma.org for details.

As any other type of adoption, spiritual adoption is an act of Compassion which comes from a pure heart and the Generosity of Spirit of one individual towards another.  It is where an individual voluntarily takes on the spiritual care of another soul or individual. The act of volition behind this assumes the universal understanding and practice of the Law of One.  It is a means of action through Free Will for one to provide the necessary care for the transcendent needs of another soul, especially when direct material assistance cannot be pursued. It is in itself a temporarily sacred contract between two distinctive souls, for spiritual cooperation and support during the trials of one, and it is designed to inspire courage, hope, fortitude, concrete Blessings, and to be the foundation on which miraculous changes can manifest.

Read this article for details.

“We cannot live only for ourselves. A thousand fibers connect us with our fellow men; and among those fibers, as sympathetic threads, our actions run as causes, and they come back to us as effects.”
~ Herman Melville



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