The ego would insist that you follow the concept of scarcity, an illusionary formula that it uses to try to replace an All-Loving God. Today, no longer buy into this lie as true. Recall that there is a place within you where God’s gifts are multiplied as they are given away. A place where you, your sisters and brothers, and God are One. Where each and every kindness, no matter how small the offer, is received by not only that part of you that you call your sister or brother, but also by the true part of you that is one with God. Everything real that you give away, you get to keep through the experience. It is this sacred place where your truth resides and transactions end. It is this place, your true foundation, where you are able to release the world’s restrictions and limits, and give as you have received.
Today, let us be guided to those who are questioning their abundant nature. When we meet those who think they lack peace, we now know that peace is what our Source is asking us to offer them. When we meet those who think they lack joy, our mission today is to help them smile or laugh. When we meet those who are feeling unloved or that they lack love, let us remind them that as Love’s creations, they are fully deserving of being loved, and then love them in any way that we can. And when we are in need of remembering our own abundant nature, let us hold our heads up high, remember who our Creator is, and confidently and courageously offer others what we think we lack. As we do so, the false idea of scarcity will begin to fade away, and in its place, the abundant radiance of God will riseonce again in us and fully shine.
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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