A lump of dough left to itself remains just a lump, but when leaven is added to it, a change can take place producing bread, the human staple of life. Leaven works unseen and causes a transformation from within. We can be that leaven. Our inner fields of consciousness (morphogenic fields) can resonate unseen with those of others with similar convictions. Slowly, the influence can spread. It becomes possible that individually and collectively we can contribute to the transformation of our world. Our lives are not insignificant. Jesus used the example of leaven to explain how his community could spread throughout the world. Who we are, what we believe, how we live in resonance with Jesus’s vision can multiply outward and the world can be transformed by the his Spirit living in us.
Make us leaven in the world.
Reflect on the power of your life to affect the balance of good in the world. How can you do this with your inner as well as outer actions.
To what shall I compare the kingdom of God? It is like leaven which a woman took and hid in three measures of flour, till it was all leavened.
And he said to them, “Go into all the world and proclaim the gospel to the whole creation.”
When each of us vibrates love and compassion, our energy mysteriously unites with the energy of love and compassion all over the planet, augmenting the field of compassion, making its resonance, manifestation, and influence a very powerful force for transformation and healing. . . . Could there be any greater cause for hope in the community of life?
You can never really live anyone else’s life, not even your child’s. The influence you exert is through your own life, and what you’ve become yourself. Eleanor Roosevelt
The humblest individual exerts some influence, either for good or evil, upon others.
Henry Ward Beecher
A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives.
You are here to make a difference, to either improve the world or worsen it. And whether or not you consciously choose to, you will accomplish one or the other.
Richelle E. Goodrich