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‘An eye for an eye’ is in no way an excuse for revenge. It is in no way a call to strike back at another for what you believe he or she has done to you. An eye for an eye simply reinforces the idea that we are all One, and thus what you do to “another,” you are doing to yourself. This thought will be best understood in the life review process that takes place after physical death. In it you will be shown, and you will be able to feel and experience, how the other person felt during your interaction. This is not done as a form of punishment, judgment or revenge, but as a learning device, to assist developing souls, more fully understand the consequences of their actions. Yet, we need not wait for our physical death, to experience right now how truly connected we are to each other.
Today, let us recognize, that it is only those who play ‘an eye for an eye’ who are truly blind. Let us today not judge the blind, for that would make us blind ourselves. We are the children of The Light, and for us to recognize this, we must offer it, all that it represents, to all others. It is only when our light extends from us, that we get to see, share and experience it. The more we get to see, share and experience our light, the more worthy we will recall that we are of it. Remember that we are all children of The Light, forever worthy of The Light. Today, thank all others for offering you, the opportunities to see, share and experience your light, for helping you remember, that you are forever worthy of all that God is. Today, allow your love offerings to symbolize to you, that you are finally beginning to truly see.
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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