Thank You For Listening

Hello, listeners!

I hope that you have enjoyed the podcasts here on the Inspirational Internet Radio Network!

It has been my dream to build a variety of inspiring, uplifting spiritual shows here. As you know, for over the past year, there have only been two of them ongoing, and I had hoped to relaunch Success Odyssey again, and invite others to be a part of the network. But the truth is, I need to focus my energies in other areas, and so I will no longer syndicate The UU Montclair Podcast or the CSLNJ Podcast. You can still listen to both of those podcasts on their individual podcast pages.

Thank you again for listening, and may you allow all of your dreams to manifest before!

Namaste,
Brian Jude

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CSLNJ Podcast: Applying Integrity for Success (3/9/14)

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27:31 – A Sunday talk from The Center for Spiritual Living North Jersey by Rev. Michelle Wadleigh.

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The conversation around Integrity continues to grow and morph. Rev. Michelle will re-introduce this subject from a new point of view. It’s not a moral question but a question of how much do you want your life to work.

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The UU Montclair Podcast: Seeking Intimacy and Ultimacy Through Small Group Ministry (3/9/14)

uumontclair_itunes20:25 – Selections from The Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Montclair’s Sunday Worship Service by Worship Leaders from our Covenant Group Ministry.

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 THOUGHTS FOR THE DAY

“There’s nothing more intimate in life than simply being understood. And understanding someone else.”
–Brad Meltzer

“The spiritual thirst that is latent in everybody can never come to a place of fulfillment unless people begin to think of each other as potential brothers and sisters.”
–Malidoma Some

“There is no higher religion than human service. To work for the common good is the greatest creed.”
–Woodrow T. Wilson

PRAYER & MEDITATION

READINGS
“Wild Geese” by Mary Oliver
An interpretation of Intimacy, Ultimacy and Service by the Writing as Spiritual Practice Covenant Group

SERMON
“Seeking Intimacy and Ultimacy Through Small Group Ministry”
Worship Leaders from our Covenant Group Ministry

CLOSING WORDS

Liturgist: Joel Naftelberg

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CSLNJ Podcast: The 3 no 4 C’s (3/2/14)

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38:39 – A Sunday talk from The Center for Spiritual Living North Jersey by Rev. Michelle Wadleigh. Power Talk by Rev. Fotinos.

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Rev. Michelle will introduce you to one of the most powerful tools of leadership utilized in this movement. The three – well, four C’s as Rev. Michelle would like to refer to them is a potent way of coming to agreement, creating shared leadership and becoming a united force for change and transformation.

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The UU Montclair Podcast: Our Shared Ministry Moving Forward (3/2/14)

uumontclair_itunes22:01 – Selections from The Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Montclair’s New Member Sunday Worship Service by Rev. Charles Blustein Ortman.

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THOUGHTS FOR THE DAY

“The abundant heart does not consider service a punishment or sharing a burden. Rather, it sees the unmet needs of the community as if they were those of a loved one and acts to meet them.”
–Stephen Shick

“The great struggle for liberal religion is how best to manifest the broadest individual liberty while knowing that in the last analysis we exist only within relationships.”
–James Ishmael Ford

“It is not enough that we stand; we must endeavor to hold up our friends.”
–James Walker

PRAYER & MEDITATION

READINGS: ANCIENT AND MODERN
From THE Hebrew Book of Isaiah:
“A Valley Like This,” by William Stafford

SERMON
“Our Shared Ministry Moving Forward”
Rev. Charles Blustein Ortman

CLOSING WORDS

Liturgist: Joel Naftelberg

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