Daily Inspiration: November 18. The End of War Begins Within Us – Condensed Version
We have been programmed by the ego to believe that we are separate from our neighbors. The belief in this false concept, is one of the reasons that war is possible. According to the ego, if we are separate from them, then what we do to them, will not affect us. Yet, how many times have we bought into this false concept, become angry, judged and condemned another, without then encountering the lingering stench of guilt and regret at every turn? How many times have we convicted them as guilty, and yet found ourselves imprisoned within our own minds? How many times have we attack another, be it through thought, word or action, and not felt the heavy burden of the consequences of our deeds? We heal or poison ourselves with every thought we think, word we share or action we take.
Today, let us recall, that the end of all wars, begins not somewhere out there, but within us. Today, when the ego demands war, let us recall that we have free will, that we can override the ego, forgive and choose peace. Throughout the day, let us remind ourselves: “My brothers, sisters and I are One. We are all equally God’s creations. We are all forever worthy of His Love, Mercy and Peace. My brothers and sisters are in truth aspects of me, my One-Self. If they hurt, I hurt. If they heal, I heal. If I forgive them, I am set free. If I condemn them, then it is I who will experience guilt. If I withhold love from them, I am doing so from my Whole-Self. Today, I offer only Love to all aspects of me. By doing so, I recall and reinforce that I am, as all other aspects of me are, forever worthy, of the Peace of God.”
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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