Friday, February 7, 2014
“Whenever we feel special,” Devorah said, “make judgments or are deeply engaged in anything of the ego (the world: pleasure or pain) we are saying we don’t want the peace, joy and compassion the power we call ‘God’ intends for us and have accepted the ego’s substitute instead.” Devorah sighed.
“We project out the guilt we feel over this mistaken choice and thus harbor grievances and find fault with everyone and everything.” Devorah smiled. “The idea is not to judge ourselves for doing this, for projecting, but to be aware of what we have done and the tremendous cost to us for having done so. The world is a classroom. Let us use it, learn, be mindful and choose again, every time!”HQPubs.com