Failure is a false concept perpetuated by people who cannot figure out why things did not go the way their ego thought they should have. For example, if a relationship was not lifelong, then it was somehow a “failure.” In reality, you will never experience a relationship, be it for a day or a lifetime, that is a failure. You have come together to experience growth, and that is what you have done. If you have done what you came together to do, then you have succeeded. A natural pulling apart sensation may be experienced when you are concluding what you have come together to do. This is not a sign of failure. It is a sign of a mission accomplished, of a success. The false concept of failure is used by the ego to try to separate you from God. For if you think of yourself as a failure, then how could you possibly be a part of a perfect God?
Today, let us recall that God, being Perfection, does not create imperfectly. Thus your journey, no matter what it looks like to the ego, must be perfect for you. This does not mean that you are being unwise when you buy into the false concept of failure. It is simply a sign that you have bought into the ego’s fairy tale as true. You are not in a fairy tale; you are in God’s sacred and perfect plan. You cannot fail — because God created you in His image. No longer spend any of your precious time thinking lies about you are real. Today, if the ego tries to bring doubt and a lack of self-confidence into your mind, use the moment to recall Who created you and Who co-designed the journey that you are now on. Then laugh away the ego’s false concepts, fears and fairy tales.
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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