Day 261/365: The Fork in the Road

Day 261/365: The Fork in the Road

September 19, 2011

The Secret Door to Success, by Florence Scovel Shinn, [1941]

THE FORK IN THE ROAD

“Choose you this day whom ye will serve.”—Josh. 24:15.

Every day there is a necessity of choice (a fork in the road).

“Shall I do this, or shall I do that? Shall I go, or shall I stay?” Many people do not know what to do. They rush about letting other people make decisions for them, then regret having taken their advice.

There are others who carefully reason things out. They weigh and measure the situation like dealing in groceries, and are surprised when they fail to attain their goal.

There are still other people who follow the magic path of intuition and find themselves in their Promised Land in the twinkling of an eye.

Intuition is a spiritual faculty high above the reasoning mind, but on that path is all that you desire or require.

In my book “The Game of Life and How to Play It,” I give many examples of success attained through using this marvelous faculty. I say also that prayer is telephoning to God and intuition is God telephoning to you. (Correspondence Course.)

So choose ye this day to follow the magic path of intuition.

In my question and answer classes I tell you how to cultivate intuition.

In most people it is a faculty which has remained dormant. So we say, “Awake thou that sleepeth. Wake up to your leads and hunches. Wake up to the divinity within!”

Claude Bragdon said, “To live intuitively is to live fourth dimensionally.”

Now it is necessary for you to make a decision, you face a fork in the road. Ask for a definite unmistakable lead, and you will receive it.

We find many events to interpret metaphysically in the Book of Joshua. “After the death of Moses, the divine command came to Joshua, ‘Now therefore, arise, go over the Jordan, thou and all thy people, unto the land which I do give to them. Every place the sole of your feet shall tread upon; to you have I given it’.”

The feet are the symbol of understanding, so it means metaphysically all that we understand stands under us in consciousness, and what is rooted there can never be taken from us.

For, the bible goes on to say: “There shall not any man be able to stand before thee all the days of thy life. . . . I will not fail thee, nor forsake thee. Only be thou strong and very courageous, that thou mayest observe to do according to all the law, which Moses my servant commanded thee: turn not from it to the right hand or to the left, that thou mayest prosper whithersoever thou goest.”

So we find we have success through being strong and very courageous in following spiritual law. We are back again to the “fork in the road”—the necessity of choice.

“Choose you this day whom ye will serve,” the intellect or divine guidance.

A well-known man, who has become a great power in the financial world, said to a friend, “I always follow intuition and I am luck incarnate.”

Inspiration (which is divine guidance) is the most important thing in life. People come to Truth meetings for inspiration. I find the right word will start divine activity operating in their affairs.

A woman came to me with a complication of affairs. I said to her, “Let God juggle the situation.” It clicked. She took the affirmation, “I now let God juggle this situation.” Almost immediately she rented a house, which had been vacant for a long time.

Let God juggle every situation, for when you try to juggle the situation, you drop all the balls.

In my question and answer classes, I would be asked, “How do you let God juggle a situation, and what do you mean when you say I should not juggle it?”

You juggle with the intellect. The intellect would say, “Times are hard, no activity in real estate. Don’t expect anything until the Fall of 1958.”

With spiritual law there is only the now. Before you call you are answered, for “time and space are but a dream,” and your blessing is there waiting for you to release it by faith and the word.

“Choose you this day whom ye will serve,” fear or faith.

In every act prompted by fear lies the germ of its own defeat.

It takes much strength and courage to trust God. We often trust him in little things, but when it comes to a big situation we feel we had better attend to it ourselves; then comes defeat and failure.

The following extract from a letter which I received from a woman in the West shows how conditions can change in the twinkling of an eye.

“I’ve had the pleasure of reading your wonderful book, The Game of Life and How to Play It.’ I have four boys, ten, thirteen, fifteen and seventeen, and thought how wonderful for them to grasp it, in their early life, and be able to get things which are theirs by Divine Right.

“The lady who let me read her copy gave me other things to read, but it seemed when I picked this book up it was magnetic and I could not let go of it. After reading it I realized, I was trying to live Divinely but did not understand the law, or I would have been much further advanced.

“At first I thought it quite hard to find a place in the business world, after so many years of being a mother. But I got this statement, ‘God makes a way where there is no way.’ And He did that very thing for me.

“I am grateful for my position, and smile when people say, ‘How do you do it, manage four growing boys, a home, after all the times you have been hospitalized with such major operations, and none of your relatives near you?’ ”

I have that statement in my book, “God makes a way where there is no way.”

God made a way for her in business when all her friends said it couldn’t be done.

The average person will tell you almost anything can’t be done.

I had an example of this the other day. In a shop I found a delightful little silver dripolator which would make just one cup of anything. I showed it to some friends with enthusiasm, thinking it so very cute, and one said, “It will never work.” The other said, “If it belonged to me, I’d throw it away.” I stood up for the little dripolator and said I knew it would work, which it did.

My friends were simply typical of the average person who says, “It can’t be done.”

All big ideas meet with opposition.

Do not let other people rock your boat.

Follow the path of wisdom and understanding, “and turn not from it to the right hand or to the left, that thou mayest prosper whithersoever thou goest.”

In the thirteenth verse of the twenty-fourth chapter of Joshua, we read a remarkable statement: “And I have given you a land for which ye did not labour, and cities which ye built not, and ye dwell in them; of the vineyards and oliveyards which ye planted not, do ye eat.”

This shows that man cannot earn anything, his blessings come as gifts. (Gifts lest any man shall boast.)

With the realization of wealth, we receive the gift of wealth.

With the realization of success, we receive the gift of success, for success and abundance are states of mind.

“For it is the Lord our God, he it is, that brought us up, and our fathers out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.”

The land of Egypt stands for darkness—the house of bondage, where man is a slave to his doubts and fears, and beliefs in lack and limitation, the result of having followed the wrong fork in the road.

Misfortune is due to failure to stick to the things which spirit has revealed through intuition.

All big things have been accomplished by men who stuck to their big ideas.

Henry Ford was past middle age when the idea of the Ford car came to him. He had great difficulty in raising the money. His friends thought it was a crazy idea. His father said to him, tearfully, “Henry, why do you give up a good twenty-five dollar a week job in order to chase a crazy idea?” But no one could rock Henry Ford’s boat.

So in order to come out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage, we must make the right decisions.

Follow the right fork in the road. “Only be thou strong and very courageous, that thou mayest observe to do according to the law, which Moses my servant commanded thee: turn not from it to the right hand nor to the left, that thou mayest prosper whithersoever thou goest.”

So, as we reach the fork in the road today, let us fearlessly follow the voice of intuition.

The bible calls it “the still small voice.”

“There came a voice behind me, saying, ‘This is the way, walk ye in it’.”

On this path is the good, already prepared for you.

You will find the “land for which ye did not labour, and cities which ye built not, and ye dwell in them; of the vineyards and oliveyards which ye planted not, do ye eat.”

I am divinely led, I follow the right fork in the road. God makes a way where there is no way.

Day 157/365: Love, The Game of Life

Day 157/365: Love, The Game of Life

June 6, 2011

What is Love? Its the Game of Life! Another good reading for those who wants a Perfect Love!…its a cosmic phenomenon and the fulfilling of the Law!

LOVE
The Game of Life and How to Play It, by Florence Scovel Shinn

Every man on this planet is taking his initiation in love. “A new commandment I give unto you, that ye love one another.” Ouspensky states, in “Tertium Organum,” that “love is a cosmic phenomenon,” and opens to man the fourth dimensional world, “The World of the Wondrous.”

Real love is selfless and free from fear. It pours itself out upon the object of its affection, without demanding any return. Its joy is in the joy of giving. Love is God in manifestation, and the strongest magnetic force in the universe. Pure, unselfish love draws to itself its own; it does not need to seek or demand. Scarcely anyone has the faintest conception of real love. Man is selfish, tyrannical or fearful in his affections, thereby losing the thing he loves. Jealousy is the worst enemy of love, for the imagination runs riot, seeing the loved one attracted to another, and invariably these fears objectify if they are not neutralized.

For example: A woman came to me in deep distress. The man she loved had left her for other women, and said he never intended to marry her. She was torn with jealousy and resentment and said she hoped he would suffer as he had made her suffer; and added, “How could he leave me when I loved him so much?”

I replied, “You are not loving that man, you are hating him,” and added, “You can never receive what you have never given. Give a perfect love and you will receive a perfect love. Perfect yourself on this man. Give him a perfect, unselfish love, demanding nothing in return, do not criticise or condemn, and bless him wherever he is.”

She replied, “No, I won’t bless him unless I know where he is!”

“Well,” I said, “that is not real love.”

“When you send out real love, real love will return to you, either from this man or his equivalent, for if this man is not the divine selection, you will not want him. As you are one with God, you are one with the love which belongs to you by divine right.”

Several months passed, and matters remained about the same, but she was working conscientiously with herself. I said, “When you are no longer disturbed by his cruelty, he will cease to be cruel, as you are attracting it through your own emotions.”

Then I told her of a brotherhood in India, who never said, “Good morning” to each other. They used these words: “I salute the Divinity in you.” They saluted the divinity in every man, and in the wild animals in the jungle, and they were never harmed, for they saw only God in every living thing. I said, “Salute the divinity in this man, and say, ‘I see your divine self only. I see you as God sees you, perfect, made in His image and likeness.'”

She found she was becoming more poised, and gradually losing her resentment. He was a Captain, and she always called him “The Cap.”

One day, she said, suddenly, “God bless the Cap wherever he is.”

I replied: “Now, that is real love, and when you have become a ‘complete circle,’ and are no longer disturbed by the situation, you will have his love, or attract its equivalent.”

I was moving at this time, and did not have a telephone, so was out of touch with her for a few weeks, when one morning I received a letter saying, “We are married.”

At the earliest opportunity, I paid her a call. My first words were, “What happened?”

“Oh,” she exclaimed, “a miracle! One day I woke up and all suffering had ceased. I saw him that evening and he asked me to marry him. We were married in about a week, and I have never seen a more devoted man.”

There is an old saying: “No man is your enemy, no man is your friend, every man is your teacher.”

So one should become impersonal and learn what each man has to teach him, and soon he would learn his lessons and be free.

The woman’s lover was teaching her selfless love, which every man, sooner or later, must learn.

Suffering is not necessary for man’s development; it is the result of violation of spiritual law, but few people seem able to rouse themselves from their “soul sleep” without it. When people are happy, they usually become selfish, and automatically the law of Karma is set in action. Man often suffers loss through lack of appreciation.

I knew a woman who had a very nice husband, but she said often, “I don’t care anything about being married, but that is nothing against my husband. I’m simply not interested in married life.”

She had other interests, and scarcely remembered she had a husband. She only thought of him when she saw him. One day her husband told her he was in love with another woman, and left. She came to me in distress and resentment.

I replied, “It is exactly what you spoke the word for. You said you didn’t care anything about being married, so the subconscious worked to get you unmarried.”

She said, “Oh yes, I see. People get what they want, and then feel very much hurt.”

She soon became in perfect harmony with the situation, and knew they were both much happier apart.

When a woman becomes indifferent or critical, and ceases to be an inspiration to her husband, he misses the stimulus of their early relationship and is restless and unhappy.

A man came to me dejected, miserable and poor. His wife was interested in the “Science of Numbers,” and had had him read. It seems the report was not very favorable, for he said, “My wife says I’ll never amount to anything because I am a two.”

I replied, “I don’t care what your number is, you are a perfect idea in divine mind, and we will demand the success and prosperity which are already planned for you by that Infinite Intelligence.”

Within a few weeks, he had a very fine position, and a year or two later, he achieved a brilliant success as a writer. No man is a success in business unless he loves his work. The picture the artist paints for love (of his art) is his greatest work. The pot-boiler is always something to live down.

No man can attract money if he despises it. Many people are kept in poverty by saying: “Money means nothing to me, and I have a contempt for people who have it.”

This is the reason so many artists are poor. Their contempt for money separates them from it.

I remember hearing one artist say of another, “He’s no good as an artist, he has money in the bank.”

This attitude of mind, of course, separates man from his supply; he must be in harmony with a thing in order to attract it.

Money is God in manifestation, as freedom from want and limitation, but it must be always kept in circulation and put to right uses. Hoarding and saving react with grim vengeance.

This does not mean that man should not have houses and lots, stocks and bonds, for “the barns of the righteous man shall be full.” It means man should not hoard even the principal, if an occasion arises, when money is necessary. In letting it go out fearlessly and cheerfully he opens the way for more to come in, for God is man’s unfailing and inexhaustible supply.

This is the spiritual attitude towards money and the great Bank of the Universal never fails!

We see an example of hoarding in the film production of “Greed.” The woman won five thousand dollars in a lottery, but would not spend it. She hoarded and saved, let her husband suffer and starve, and eventually she scrubbed floors for a living.

She loved the money itself and put it above everything, and one night she was murdered and the money taken from her.

This is an example of where “love of money is the root of all evil.” Money in itself, is good and beneficial, but used for destructive purposes, hoarded and saved, or considered more important than love, brings disease and disaster, and the loss of the money itself.

Follow the path of love, and all things are added, for God is love, and God is supply; follow the path of selfishness and greed, and the supply vanishes, or man is separated from it.

For example; I knew the case of a very rich woman, who hoarded her income. She rarely gave anything away, but bought and bought and bought things for herself.

She was very fond of necklaces, and a friend once asked her how many she possessed. She replied, “Sixty-seven.” She bought them and put them away, carefully wrapped in tissue paper. Had she used the necklaces it would have been quite legitimate, but she was violating “the law of use.” Her closets were filled with clothes she never wore, and jewels which never saw the light.

The woman’s arms were gradually becoming paralyzed from holding on to things, and eventually she was considered incapable of looking after her affairs and her wealth was handed over to others to manage.

So man, in ignorance of the law, brings about his own destruction.

All disease, all unhappiness, come from the violation of the law of love. Man’s boomerangs of hate, resentment and criticism, come back laden with sickness and sorrow. Love seems almost a lost art, but the man with the knowledge of spiritual law knows it must be regained, for without it, he has “become as sounding brass and tinkling cymbals.”

For example: I had a student who came to me, month after month, to clean her consciousness of resentment. After a while, she arrived at the point where she resented only one woman, but that one woman kept her busy. Little by little she became poised and harmonious, and one day, all resentment was wiped out.

She came in radiant, and exclaimed “You can’t understand how I feel! The woman said something to me and instead of being furious I was loving and kind, and she apologized and was perfectly lovely to me.

No one can understand the marvelous lightness I feel within!”

Love and good-will are invaluable in business. For example: A woman came to me, complaining of her employer. She said she was cold and critical and knew she did not want her in the position.

“Well,” I replied, “Salute the Divinity in the woman and send her love.”

She said “I can’t; she’s a marble woman.”

I answered, “You remember the story of the sculptor who asked for a certain piece of marble. He was asked why he wanted it, and he replied, ‘because there is an angel in the marble,’ and out of it he produced a wonderful work of art.”

She said, “Very well, I’ll try it.” A week later she came back and said, “I did what you told me to, and now the woman is very kind, and took me out in her car.”

People are sometimes filled with remorse for having done someone an unkindness, perhaps years ago.

If the wrong cannot be righted, its effect can be neutralized by doing some one a kindness in the present.

“This one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind and reaching forth unto those things which are before.”

Sorrow, regret and remorse tear down the cells of the body, and poison the atmosphere of the individual.

A woman said to me in deep sorrow, “Treat me to be happy and joyous, for my sorrow makes me so irritable with the members of my family that I keep making more Karma.”

I was asked to treat a woman who was mourning for her daughter. I denied all belief in loss and separation, and affirmed that God was the woman’s joy, love and peace.

The woman gained her poise at once, but sent word by her son, not to treat any longer, because she was “so happy, it wasn’t respectable.”

So “mortal mind” loves to hang on to its griefs and regrets.

I knew a woman who went about bragging of her troubles, so, of course, she always had something to brag about.

The old idea was if a woman did not worry about her children, she was not a good mother.

Now, we know that mother-fear is responsible for many of the diseases and accidents which come into the lives of children.

For fear pictures vividly the disease or situation feared, and these pictures objectify, if not neutralized.

Happy is the mother who can say sincerely, that she puts her child in God’s hands, and knows therefore, that he is divinely protected.

For example: A woman awoke suddenly, in the night, feeling her brother was in great danger. Instead of giving in to her fears, she commenced making statements of Truth, saying, “Man is a perfect idea in Divine Mind, and is always in his right place, therefore, my brother is in his right place, and is divinely protected.”

The next day she found that her brother had been in close proximity to an explosion in a mine, but had miraculously escaped.

So man is his brother’s keeper (in thought) and every man should know that the thing he loves dwells in “the secret place of the most high, and abides under the shadow of the Almighty.”

“There shall no evil befall thee, neither shall any plague come nigh thy dwelling.”

“Perfect love casteth out fear. He that feareth is not made perfect in love,” and “Love is the fulfilling of the Law.”

Day 157/365: Love, The Game of Life

Day 156/365: Look With Wonder, The Secret Door to Success

Day 156/365: Look With Wonder, The Secret Door to Success

June 5, 2011

I was amazed by the power of every words of this Book, The secret Door to Success by Florence Scovel Shinn. The inspiring words and the power to claim the wonders of God is so true.

LOOK WITH WONDER

The Secret Door to Success, by Florence Scovel Shinn

“I will remember the works of the Lord; surely I will remember thy wonders of old.”—Psalms 77:11

The words wonder and wonderful are used many times in the Bible. In the dictionary the word wonder is defined as, “a cause for surprise, astonishment, a miracle, a marvel.”

Ouspensky, in his book, “Tertium Organum,” calls the 4th dimensional world, the “World of the Wondrous.” He has figured out mathematically, that there is a realm where all conditions are perfect. Jesus Christ called it the Kingdom.

We might say, “Seek ye first the world of the wondrous, and all things shall be added unto you.”

It can only be reached through a state of consciousness.

Jesus Christ said, to enter the Kingdom, we must become “as a little child.” Children are continually in a state of joy and wonder!

The future holds promises of mysterious good. Anything can happen over night.

Robert Louis Stevenson, in “A Child’s Garden of Verses” says: “The world is so full of a number of things, I’m sure we should all be as happy as kings.”

So let us look with wonder at that which is before us; that statement was given me a number of years ago, I mention it in my book, “The Game of Life and How To Play It.”

I had missed an opportunity and felt that I should have been more awake to my good. The next day, I took the statement early in the morning, “I look with wonder at that which is before me.”

At noon the phone rang, and the proposition was put to me again. This time I grasped it: I did indeed, look with wonder for I never expected the opportunity to come to me again.

A friend in one of my meetings said the other day, that this statement had brought her wonderful results. It fills the consciousness with happy expectancy.

Children are filled with happy expectancy until grown-up people, and unhappy experiences bring them out of the world of the wondrous!

Let us look back and remember some of the gloomy ideas which were given us: “Eat the speckled apples first.” “Don’t expect too much, then you won’t be disappointed.” “You can’t have everything in this life.” “Childhood is your happiest time.” “No one knows what the future will bring.” What a start in life!

These are some of the impressions I picked up in early childhood.

At the age of six I had a great sense of responsibility. Instead of looking with wonder at that which was before me, I looked with fear and suspicion. I feel much younger now than I did when I was six.

I have an early photograph taken about that time, grasping a flower, but with a careworn and hopeless expression.

I had left the world of the wondrous behind me! I was now living in the world of realities, as my elders told me, and it was far from wondrous.

It is a great privilege for children to live in this age, when they are taught Truth from their birth. Even if they are not taught actual metaphysics, the ethers are filled with joyous expectancy.

You may become a Shirley Temple or a Freddy Bartholomew or a great pianist at the age of six, and go on a concert tour.

We are all now, back in the world of the wondrous, where anything can happen over-night, for when miracles do come, they come quickly!

So let us become Miracle Conscious: prepare for miracles, expect miracles, and we are then inviting them into our lives.

Maybe you need a financial miracle! There is a supply for every demand. Through active faith, the word, and intuition, we release this invisible supply.

I will give an example: One of my students found herself almost without funds, she needed one thousand dollars, and she had had plenty of money at one time and beautiful possessions, but had nothing left but an ermine wrap. No fur dealer would give her much for it.

I spoke the word that it would be sold to the right person for the right price, or that the supply would come in some other way. It was necessary that the money manifest at once, it was no time to worry or reason.

She was on the street making her affirmations. It was a stormy day—She said to herself, “I’m going to show active faith in my invisible supply by taking a taxi cab:” it was a very strong hunch. As she got out of the taxi, at her destination, a woman stood waiting to get in.

It was an old friend: a very very kind friend. It was the first time in her life she had ever taken a taxi, but her Rolls Royce was out of commission that afternoon.

They talked, and my friend told her about the ermine wrap; “Why,” her friend said, “I will give you a thousand dollars for it.” And that afternoon she had the cheque.

God’s ways are ingenious, His methods are sure.

A student wrote me the other day, that she was using that statement—God’s ways are ingenious, His methods are sure. A series of unexpected contacts brought about a situation she had been desiring. She looked with wonder at the working of the law.

Our demonstrations usually come within a “split second.” All is timed with amazing accuracy in Divine Mind.

My student left the taxi, just as her friend stopped to enter; a second later, she would have hailed another taxi.

Man’s part is to be wide awake to his leads and hunches; for on the magic path of Intuition is all that he desires or requires.

In Moulton’s Modern Reader’s Bible, the book of Psalms is recognized as the perfection of lyric poetry.

“The musical meditation which is the essence of lyrics can find no higher field than the devout spirit which at once raises itself to the service of God, and overflows on the various sides of active and contemplative life.”

The Psalms are also human documents, and I have selected the 77th Psalm because it gives the picture of a man in despair, but as he contemplates the wonders of God, faith and assurance are restored to him.

“I cried unto God with my voice, even unto God with my voice; and He gave ear unto me.

In the day of my trouble I sought the Lord: my soul refused to be comforted.

Will the Lord cast off forever? and will he be favourable no more?

Hath God forgotten to be gracious? hath he in anger shut up his tender mercies?

And I said, This is my infirmity: but I will remember the years of the right hand of the Most High.

I will remember the works of the Lord; surely I will remember thy wonders of old.

I will meditate also of all thy work, and talk of thy doings.

Thy way, O God, is in the sanctuary: who is so great a God as our God!

Thou art the God that doest wonders.

Thou hast with thine arm redeemed thy people.”

This is a picture of what the average Truth student goes through, when confronted with a problem; he is assailed by thoughts of doubt, fear and despair.

Then some statement of Truth will flash into his consciousness—”God’s ways are ingenious, His methods are sure!” He remembers other difficulties which have been overcome, his confidence in God returns. He thinks, “what God has done before, He will do for me and more!”

I was talking to a friend not long ago who said: “I would be pretty dumb if I didn’t believe God could solve my problem. So many times before, wonderful things have come to me, I know they will come again!”

So the summing up of the 77th Psalm is, “What God has done before, He now does for me and more!”

It is a good thing to say when you think of your past success, happiness or wealth: all loss comes from your own vain imaginings, fear of loss crept into your consciousness, you carried burdens and fought battles, you reasoned instead of sticking to the magic path of intuition.

But in the twinkling of an eye, all will be restored to you—for as they say in the East—”What Allah has given, cannot be diminished.”

Now to go back to the child’s state of consciousness, you should be filled with wonder, but be careful not to live in your past childhood.

I know people who can only think about their happy childhood days: they remember what they wore! No skies have since been so blue, or grass so green. They therefore miss the opportunities of the wonderful now.

I will tell an amusing story of a friend who lived in a town when she was very young, then moved away to another city. She always looked back to the house they first lived in; to her it was an enchanted palace: large, spacious and glamorous.

Many years after, when she had grown up, she had an opportunity of visiting this house. She was disillusioned: she found it small, stuffy and ugly. Her idea of beauty had entirely changed, for in the front yard was an iron dog.

If you went back to your past, it would not be the same. So in this friend’s family, they called living in the past, “iron-dogging.”

Her sister told me a story of some “iron-dogging” she had done. When she was about sixteen, she met abroad, a very dashing and romantic young man, an artist. This romance didn’t last long, but she talked about it a lot to the man she afterwards married.

Years rolled by, the dashing and romantic young man, had become a well-known artist; and came to this country to have an exhibition of his pictures. My friend was filled with excitement, and hunted him up to renew their friendship. She went to his exhibition, and in walked a portly business man—no trace was left of the dashing romantic youth! When she told her husband, all he said was, “iron-dogging.”

Remember, now is the appointed time! Today is the day! And your good can happen over night.

Look with wonder at that which is before you!

We are filled with divine expectancy: “I will restore to you the years which the locusts have eaten!”

Now let each one think of the good which seems so difficult to attain; it may be health, wealth, happiness or perfect self-expression.

Do not think how your good can be accomplished, just give thanks that you have already received on the invisible plane, “therefore the steps leading up to it are secured also.”

Be wide awake to your intuitive leads, and suddenly, you find yourself in your Promised Land.

“I look with wonder at that which is before me.”

Day 156/365: Looks with Wonders