A Course in Miracles Experiment (by Pam Grout) Day 63

“My only role is to be happy, to spread molecules of merriment, and to let peace radiate out from me…” (Pam Grout).

If we let go of the old paradigm where we think of ourselves as helpless victims, we each suddenly become a spreader of seeds that can bloom all around us.

Just like a farmer casts out his oats, corn, or alfalfa seed, you turn into someone who sows tiny miracles everywhere you go, in everyone around you.

Every time you consciously smile at a stranger, compliment a co-worker, or even just talk silly to your dog, you’re spreading positive “vibes”.  You don’t know what will happen to them.  You don’t get to keep track of whether that seed or this one actually manages to grow.  Your job is to keep spreading the seeds.

If everyone spread a handful of seeds of love, of peace, of miraculous intent every day, we could change the world overnight.

What story will you tell today? 

Will you stick with the old garbage?  The junk that says “poor, pitiful me, I’m just a victim of circumstance”?

Or will you deploy your ability to forgive, take the trash to the curb, and start a new story?

Grab a big bag of seeds today, and start spreading them around!

You don’t have to spread a truckload.  Spread a packet.  If two or three is all you can manage, do that.  But DO IT!

Every moment is a gift.

Make the most of each moment you have.

And be a gift to those who share your space and your life.

Have a safe and blessed day!

Photo by Andrea Goellner, courtesy of Pixabay

With Grace and Gratitude, 

LeslieAnne

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