The Blessings Already Are and You Are the Blessings by John Morton, are both practical and inspirational guides to finding the blessings in everyday life.
John Morton, as part of his ministry, has traveled extensively around the world facilitating programs in support of spiritual awareness, peace, and charitable causes. See some special moments from his travels in the videos below.
You Are the Blessings: Meditations and Reflections on Life, God and Us by John Morton
With a wealth of reflections, prayers, and poems, this compilation of spiritual wisdom stimulates the mind and soul while readying the body for life’s everyday challenges. Accessible and timeless, the substance offered will appeal to both the curious layman and those well versed in meditative thought with perceptive chapters such as Doing Good, Forgiveness, Gratitude, Knowing Who We Are, Love and Loving, and Peace. Written with a keen eye for practical incorporation into varied daily routines and supplemented with a CD recording of blessings and meditations led by the author, this all-encompassing guide is a must-have for those seeking to understand the steps necessary to achieve lifelong fulfillment.
The Blessings Already Are by John Morton
This is a book of inspiration and upliftment; a book that can expand your awareness and your definitions of all the situations life throws at us. It is a book that conveys the essence of Spirit in us all. It is a source of living blessings. Whatever your religious or spiritual approach – The Blessings Already Are can awaken the truth in your heart.
“Manifesting the blessings is not really anything that is complicated or even difficult. Clear out what is not serving you or no longer actively being utilized. Give and share joyously. Receive graciously. Make amends. Adorn yourself first with inner beauty so the outer beauty may benefit from your best intentions. Contribute more than you take. Make each place you find yourself better than you found it. Be an abundant source of good tidings to and from God. In short, let go and let God.” – John Morton