A Course in Miracles Experiment (by Pam Grout) Day 131

“No-one can fail who seeks the truth.”

Look hard for the real truth that surrounds you today.

The real truth, according to modern physics, is that EVERYTHING is connected to EVERYTHING else.

The reality that our media foists on us every day is a world filled with landmines and booby-traps.  It’s a world made up of “us” and “them”, and “them” of course, are the “bad guys”.

What if we refuse to buy into that whole “us” and “them” mentality ?

Why don’t we instead focus on the amazing good that happens every day?

Despite all the negatives we’re bombarded with each day, good still happens.

Real charities still work at making a difference in every-day life for real people.  Take a look at the work done by non-profit organizations like Hiefer International, whose work helps raise the standard of living for whole communities in just a few months.

Real people take time to help others in need, and if you need proof, subscribe to the “Good News Network” newsletter, a daily email full of amazing positive happenings.

The truth is that we see a tiny fragment of what’s actually happening, and our trusty brain filters out a whole lot more.

Switch your filter!  Like changing a camera lens to get a new viewpoint, change up how you view your world today.  It’s our privilege as human beings that we can, and we definitely need a change.

Have a fantastic day today!

Photo by Sai Kiran Anagani,  courtesy of Unsplash
With Grace and Gratitude, 

LeslieAnne

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