R.E.A.C.H. For Spiritual Awakening is a Non-denominational Order. The Lord, whom we refer to as Father throughout our doctrine, is the basis of our faith. R.E.A.C.H. stands for
"Realize Eliminating Anger Creates Harmony."
R.E.A.C.H. For Spiritual Awakening teaches and guides its members to have a personal relationship with Father, which affects all aspects of our lives. Our prayers begin with "Thank you Father for...", because putting prayer in the present tense teaches us to have a stronger faith in Father.
R.E.A.C.H. for Spiritual Awakening, Inc. is a Not-For-Profit 501 (c) (3) organization dedicated to empowering individuals, at-risk families, children, students, educators, and the workforce, that are struggling with issues of anger, fear, and violence. Through counseling and educational workshops, R.E.A.C.H. enables individuals, families, and educational institutions, to create harmony. These goals are the focus of all services provided by R.E.A.C.H. We believe this program is a unique opportunity for the community.
The R.E.A.C.H. For Spiritual Awakening doctrine is “Father’s four basic laws” that are simple to live by and understand. Living these laws assures us of our place in heaven.
As defined in the dictionary, “mankind” refers to human beings collectively without reference to sex and/or humankind. We as the human race have moved away from humankind being humane and kind. Kindness must be taught and cultivated; however, many believe that we are born with kindness. Look into your heart for:
When we find ourselves repelled by another creation of God it is because we sense that kindness is not within. On the occasions when we find ourselves having to ask something of someone, and we sense a fear within us, it is because he or she lacks kindness.
People believe that lying applies only on a personal level. A lie does not just represent dishonesty to friends and family.
It is important to use our ability to recognize a lie and how we justify them. The way something is said can come across as the truth, but when the wording is vague, it is still considered a lie.
The following are several examples of ways we accept lying.
Stealing is not only about taking the physical item (i.e. shoplifting, robbery, fraud). There is also intangible theft.
Intangible theft is:
Cheating is a combination of lying and stealing.
Also the remaining Ten Commandments can be included and applied to this (i.e. killing, gossip, infidelity, betrayal).
One cannot tell where one begins and one ends, as all three are truly one.
When one lies, one steals the truth and cheats oneself of being believed "the next time."