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Daily Blessings Issue #092 -- Trusting In Each Moment
October 19, 2005
Hello Dear Ones,

Trusting In Each Moment

Yes, there is more to say on this topic, and there are so many ways that it is possible to feel more of God's love in each moment.

For example, when there is a disappointing, hurtful or upsetting interaction with another, one choice that many people make is to react emotionally. We become angry, resentful or depressed.

This is understandable, but does not help uplift the situation... there is another way to respond, with God, that allows for you to experience the full range of human emotions in that situation, but with a different perspective.

In this situation, instead of reacting out of the emotion, you can choose to bring your pain to God. This is done internally, in your consciousness, and if it is possible, outwardly if you have the ability to locate yourself within a sacred environment such as your altar, a peaceful spot in nature, your church, mosque, synagogue or monastery.

Bringing your pain to God is an act of love and of faith. It allows you to deepen your relationship with God, and to raise your consciousness to a place of holiness and peace. Within this space, challenges and problems can be resolved in new ways, difficult relationships can be healed and many new possibilities emerge.

Bringing all of your life before God ... the wonderful as well as the painful, brings you to a deeper and more intimate relationship with the Creator.

This glorious possibility of greater love, greater connection and greater One-ness with God is the blessing and the gift of these times. There is much help available for those that wish to deepen their spiritual life, and we wish all love, peace and blessings to you and to all beings on this journey of Spirit.

May all beings be blessed. May all beings be at peace. Amen.
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