Breaking through the Cement

March 5, 2013

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Life is about remembering the Truth of who you are. It’s about realizing the divinity of ALL life. For most of us humans this remembering feels like learning. It feels like growth, change, and development. Imagine the determination to develop that a single blade of grass has when it finds the strength to break through a cement sidewalk! We humans have within us that very same strength and power plus much more!

Is it possible to tap into your strength and power while complaining, criticizing and condemning? No, of course not.

How often, instead of encouraging my own impulse to grow and develop, did I talk myself into remaining in the same familiar place? Thousands of times!

How many times did I hold onto an outgrown opinion about myself or others? Millions of times!

But no more! Now, I’m interested in awakening to the Truth that sets me free and that’s ALL I’m interested in.

Mahatma Gandhi said, “Constant development is the law of life, and a man who always tries to maintain his dogmas in order to appear consistent drives himself into a false position. That is why Emerson said that foolish consistency was the hobgoblin of little minds … “

Each and every moment offers you the possibility of new development through learning and remembering. Today you can seize opportunity to listen to your inner voice and, like that determined blade of grass, break through the cement of your old thinking and outdated opinions. God is for you, always with you! Believe it and you WILL see it. You CAN be truly masterful!

I AM a learner. I AM willing to access my potential and release the cement of old thinking right NOW!


A Course in Miracles, ACIM, How to forgive, Jennifer Hadley, Living A Course in Miracles, Spiritual classes

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