Guidance from Eileen Caddy

Learn To Be an Example

Judge not one another, but let each soul do their own searching, their own finding and work out their own values themselves. It is so easy to point your finger at each other in accusation. I tell you to accuse no one of anything. Search your own weak spots and then strengthen them. Learn to be an example. Guard your tongues, and say nothing rather than the wrong thing which might hurt and wound a soul.
Stand not apart, but feel yourselves become integrated and part of the whole. Where there is love there is no separation. Love one another.
Let My peace and love infill and enfold each one of you. Praise be.

3 October 2008

One of the co-founders of the Findhorn Community, Eileen Caddy, received guidance from the "still, small voice within" and shared it with others in the community for more than 40 years until she passed away in 2006. Today we continue this tradition by printing her guidance - as relevant today as it was when she received it - in the community's weekly newsletter and by sharing it with the wider world by email.