Daily Inspiration: September 19. Viewing This World Through Eternity’s Eyes – Condensed Version
The ego has programmed us to view this world, and those in it, through it’s judgment-centered mindset. It uses the eyes to focus on the physical nature of the body, what it looks like, says and does, and constantly judges it as right or wrong. It calls judgment wisdom, the thus has programmed us to believe, that the more we can judge something, the wiser we are. We have already, more than enough times, seen and experienced, the consequences of viewing the world, and those in it, through the ego’s judgment filled eyes. This way of viewing the world has brought us nothing but frustration, anger, pain, resentment, regret, guilt, shame, and thoughts of revenge. Why, if this is what seeing this world through the ego’s eyes brings to us, do we keep supporting its so-called sight?
Today, let us try practice seeing this world and those in it, through God’s eyes, through the eternal in us. Let us overlook or forgive the silly little games that a body plays within time, and only focus on the soul’s eternal loving essence. God is Perfection, and only creates perfectly, thus all of us, when aware of our true nature, understand our perfect nature. Today, let us not focus on what the temporal body might look like, say or do, instead lets place our focus on the eternal sameness in each other. You can not change God’s mind about the perfect nature of His creations. Seeing others through Love’s eyes, we see them as who their Creator created them to be. Seeing others with compassion, forgiveness, charity, peace and joy, aligns us with The Divine, and helps us view this world, through Eternity’s Eyes.
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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