Being God’s creations, our “imperfections” are really just misperceptions. Viewing aspects of ourselves as imperfections shows us when we are not thinking in alignment with the mind of God. God created you to fit into His Divine plan. It is for this reason that your journey has a perfect and sacred nature to it. God knows you as His loving creation and thus any thought that is not loving in nature does not represent the truth in you. If you see anything other than love reflecting from yourself or another, then you are simply buying into the ego’s fairy tale as true. Regardless of the misperception that you hold about yourself or another, do not get frustrated, for it is not true. Remember that seeing imperfections in yourself and others is simply a sign that shows you when you are thinking something that God does not think.
Today, let us take a look at our so-called imperfections. When we do, we will finally see and realize that they are not true, and they are not us. Our imperfections can seem to come in endless forms. Some forms may be when we judge ourself or others, become frustrated, anxious, stressed out, angry, resentful or hateful. These energies and emotions may sometimes seem insurmountable. If we believe them to be true, then they may very well be. But being placed as an opposition to Love, who is God and All, they could never be real or true. Illusions come in all forms. Yet thankfully, none of them are true. Only the love in us in true. Today, we are asked to see the false as false and the truth as true. In doing so, we forgive our imperfections and, in peace, let them go.
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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