We do a lot more ‘acting’ during our day than we realize. In fact, every time we react with anger, judgment, stress, envy, jealousy, resentment or hate, we are acting. It is tiring trying to be who we are not. All that we are not, yet who we have been programmed by the ego that we are, is such a giant learning feat, that once we begin to recognize what we have taught ourselves, we will never again question our power to learn any part we choose to play. We have put on masks, have lost ourselves in an actor’s part within the ego’s play, and thus have forgotten who we truly are. We have for so long played the ego’s fantasy role of us as true, that we now don’t even question or even recall that it is a fantasy, written by a playwright that does not even in truth exist.
Today, let us practice recognizing when we are on the ego’s stage. Anytime that we are not offering the truth within us, our peaceful, joyous, compassionate, forgiving and loving nature, let us simply recognize that we are on the ego’s stage. God has gifted us free will, we can step off the ego’s stage anytime that we so choose to. All we need do is to recognize that we are somewhere we do not belong. This is what our interactions with our brothers and sisters are offering us, the opportunity to see and feel when we are playing someone who is not us. Today, let us take off our masks, and offer our brothers and sisters gratitude for offering us the opportunities to leave the ego’s stage by recalling our true loving nature. Then let us offer who in truth we are to them, so that they too may begin recalling, who in truth they are.
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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