Daily Inspiration: January 17. Trying To Be Who We Are Not Is Hard – Condensed Version
Negative, hurtful and judgmental thoughts, words, emotions, actions and reactions, are not who we are. They are not representative of our eternal loving nature. Yet, the ego has programmed us to believe that there are times when negativity, judgment and anger, are proper responses, when forgiveness should not be offered, and that our well of compassion can run dry. Today, let us remember, that because the love in us is eternal, our well can never, when aligned with truth, run dry. Why is it that we feel bad or guilty when we are negative, hurtful, judgmental or angry, when it is the ego itself that tells us, that it is perfectly ok and normal to feel this way? The ego’s demands that we judge and punish others, yet what good is the ego’s advise, if it only brings more suffering and pain?
Today, let us practice better understanding the difference between who we are not, and who we are. Being Love’s creation, we are love and all of its expressions. Anything that places itself in opposition to Love and its expressions, is who we are not. When you find yourself being who you are not, do not despair nor judge yourself, simply realize that you are being who you are not, correct your behavior, and begin to move once again in the direction of your true loving nature. We have now come to a place in our awakening process, where we are starting to understand, how unlike the ego’s tools and mindset are to our true loving nature. Today, let us in every interaction, choose to support and thus reinforce, only the truth in us as true. By doing so, we become, the representatives of Love, that we came here to be.
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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