A Course in Miracles Experiment (by Pam Grout) Day 132

You’ve heard the saying that “Nothing is what it seems”?

It’s true.  We’re surrounded by events, by people, by nature, but what our brains interpret as reality is NOT exactly what’s happening.

How we see and experience life depends completely on our choice of viewpoints.

We can choose the “modern scientific” theory that says we’re separate and distinct from our surroundings.  But where has this idea gotten us?  

What if we choose to recognize that all life is connected, that every life, no matter how small, has its place in the big scheme?  What if we choose to believe that we are not just important, but necessary, for this planet to work the way it ought to?

Spend a few minutes today imagining how this planet will be when every human “knows” that they matter.  When every pet has a caring home.  When our woods and forests, grasslands and deserts are cared for as the precious shared resources they are.  What sort of life will that be?

The Universe care about every bit of creation.  We are responsible for extending the love we receive to each living thing around us.

Grab hold of that love.  It’s truly endless, miraculously overwhelming, and free for the taking.  

Once you have a good grip, share it!  Show the people around you how life can be when you are confident in that continuous shower of blessings.  The whole world can be changed, and that change starts with you and I.

Have a miraculous day today!


Photo of watercolor by Elena Mozhilo, courtesy of Unsplash
With Grace and Gratitude, 

LeslieAnne

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