Interview – Lisa


Nobody is a Stranger



“Everything happens for a reason and nobody is a stranger.  I grew up in a mixed religion home. My Dad was Christian and my Mom Jewish. It was hard, and through this I discovered my own true spirituality, not any particular religion, just the realization that God is God. In the end, what will matter is how much we loved ~ our children, our mates, our families, our friends, everyone we knew, everyone who traveled with us during our brief visit to this unbearably lovely place. What will matter is the good we did, not the good we expected others to do.  Recognizing, accepting and expressing our authentic interior reality lies at the heart of honesty; only when we are honest with ourselves can we speak honestly with anyone else. In the sense of integrity, honesty entails acting in line with higher laws despite negative impulses to the contrary.  Tell me what you know and you will entertain me, but tell me how you feel and you will intrigue me.  I wish for a future where people are more highly evolved. A world where more connect as a whole at a spiritual level, rid of oppression, war and contention, and a people able to connect regardless of religion.”