What most of us want most keenly in this often fragmented and chaotic world is a sense of wellbeing and peace. Fortunately, within us is a center of perfect calm and order described variously as the stillpoint, secret place, Buddha nature, still small voice, Christ Presence. All these beautiful names are nice, but the important thing is to take time each day to simply be present to that center of peace. How? Sit quietly for a moment. Notice the natural rhythm of your breathing. Look. Listen. Return to the inherent goodness of your true self.

The images above feature photographs I have taken during my travels.

Bio

Paul John Roach is a native of Wales, UK. A graduate of Jesus College, Oxford University, he has BA and MA degrees in English and a postgraduate degree in Education from the University of Wales. Paul has been the minister at Unity of Fort Worth since 1988 after ordination from Unity Ministerial School in Kansas City, Missouri. Paul has traveled extensively throughout the world including extended stays in India and Nepal.

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Radio Show

In World Spirituality, exploring the unity within all cultures and faith traditions, Paul John Roach a lifelong student and practitioner of many world spiritual teachings, guides us through the variety and differences, to the unity and common values shared by all the great religions. Come journey planet earth’s spiritual landscape with insight, humor and practical advice for a safe yet adventurous trip.

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Weekly Messages

These messages represent a spectrum of ideas presented throughout the year at Unity Fort Worth. They are designed to be relevant, often humorous, and thought provoking. As a student of world religions and someone drawn to the mystical path you will find references from many wisdom traditions and, as a lover of music, there are references to the wisdom found in rock-n-roll lyrics as well. Listen to a re-broadcast of the sermon Sun. at 9:00pm CST on KFTW975.org

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Laughter

Rev. Paul John Roach, Senior Minister
On this community Sunday we enjoyed a reading of More Bears as well as a talk on laughter followed by a laughing meditation. It was a buoyant and enthusiastic day.