Daily Inspiration: September 13. Frustration and Worry – Condensed Version
If God is Love and All, and peace is an expression of Love, then frustration and worry which basically place themselves in opposition to peace, Love, All, can only be experienced if we’re misperceiving reality. When peace is understood as part of All, then every situation, regardless of how we have been programmed to see and react to it, is in actuality an opportunity to practice becoming an example of peace, or recalling how we can achieve the state of peace. As we recall that we are indeed One with Love, our sense of safety, comfort, and trust increases, in doing so frustration and worry decrease, and thus the state of peace results. Every situation is offering us this opportunity, to align with and experience the state of peace, or to practice realizing that we are indeed worthy of peace.
Today, if frustration and worry come knocking at our mind’s door, let us see this, not as a time to judge ourselves or others for not being wise or spiritual enough. Instead, let us use it as a call to action from the Universe, inviting us, to trust God more. Today, let us no longer feed, with our time, focus and energy, the illusionary concepts of frustration and worry. By not fueling them, we rob them of their fuel source, which is us and our thoughts. Then let us place that time same time, focus and energy, on developing a greater trust in God and His plan for our life. We remind ourselves that God being Love and All, only and always has our best interest in mind. The more we truly place our trust in God, the more peace we will experience. The more peace we experience, the less worry and frustrated we will feel.
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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