Daily Inspiration: April 10. Letting Go of Unloving Thoughts – Condensed Version
If you are currently grappling with or holding onto unloving thoughts of yourself or others, today place your criticisms aside, and recall that such a moment is being offered to you to help you remember, that it is you who has control over your thoughts, that your thoughts do not have control over you. Today instead of fueling the flames of anger, resentment, and revenge, let us take these instances as opportunities to practice taking back control of our own thoughts, and thus of our own minds. No longer, need we put ourselves down, for thinking unloving thoughts, instead we see such instances as opportunities to practice taking greater control of our minds, and in doing so, taking greater control of our lives. by doing so, unloving thoughts become tools that are helping us once again align with God’s love and mercy.
Today let us remember that it is we, in every moment, who choose our thoughts on this journey. They can be loving thoughts, filled with peace, joy, and forgiveness, or they can be unloving thoughts of anger, resentment, and revenge. The final choice, thanks to free will, is ours and ours alone. When we offer loving thoughts, because we are all One, we will feel blessed and at peace. When we offer unloving thoughts we will be punishing and poisoning ourselves. As God’s creations, we are worthy of feeling blessed and at peace, thus let us consciously offer the thoughts that will lead us to, and support, the state of peace. Who in your life are you not at peace with? Who in your life is helping you see that you are carrying unloving thoughts within you that do not belong in God’s loving creation?
All glory to God.
Peace, Health, Happiness, Love, Laughter, and Light.
James Blanchard Cisneros
Author of the book “You Have Chosen to Remember”
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