We look upon the world our egos have created, and feel like outcasts in a foreign land, like we do not belong. We have built our foundation out of the sandy pillars that the ego has provided us, and still wonder why we feel unstable and insecure. We have created and look through a false or ego-self that masks the light within, yet do not understand why we can’t see or understand what is really going on. We have defined and reacted to God’s creations, His children, and thus in essence ourselves, with judgment, anger, jealousy, resentment and hate, and still wonder why we live with an underlying feeling of guilt, fear and shame. We continue to question the sacred journey that we have co-created with God, with Perfect Love, and still wonder why we question ourselves and feel off-balanced and out-of-place in this world.
Today, let us not put ourselves or others down for feeling like we do not belong. Instead, let us understand that this feeling comes about because we are buying into the ego’s foreign and false mindset as our own. Every time this feeling of non-belonging comes into our awareness, let us use it as a trigger to remind us that we are buying into the ego’s lies as true, and are thus out of alignment with the truth within. God is love and all. So all that we are is the love that God is. When we align with and express ourselves through love and its expressions— such as compassion, forgiveness and peace —we get a feeling of belonging, of being one with the Mind of God, our true Home. When we are sharing expressions of our true Home with others, we will never feel like we do not belong.
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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