I use my free will joyfully to create the good, the beautiful, the Holy, and the Perfect. This is appropriate use of my mind and will, and directly in-line with Perfect Love. As I experience my Holy creations in my life, I strengthen my conviction to Truth, and to my ability to co-create with my Divine Self.
Do I use my free will joyfully to create the good, the beautiful, the Holy, and the Perfect?
I would like to think I do, but as soon as I read that line, I did not know if the statement was a fact or an ideal, a hope, an optimistic goal that I am moving toward, but have not yet achieved.
I think it is both, in the sense of both being and becoming.
My Source is perfect love; I was created with and by perfect love, as perfect love. Therefore even now as I type, as imperfect as I am, I am still perfect in Love’s image.
I have not, however, always used my free will to create in Perfect Love, with Perfect Love, as Perfect Love.
I have not always trusted Love, have not always thought Love had my best interest in mind, or that Love really understood what I needed. Sometimes I thought I could do it better than Love could, so I used my free will to do it my way. I could not always wait for Love’s outcome. Sometimes I was in a hurry and wanted faster results, so I forged ahead without Love.
Love created me perfect, and with love I have the ability to create the Perfect. But I must use my free will to choose to create with Love.
This is how I am both being–perfectly created in Love–and becoming–learning to make choices to create wholly with and in Love.
This is the type of affirmation that I can work with. It both affirms something I believe to be true about myself, and it tells me what I need to do to demonstrate those truths to myself, which in turn validates the affirmation.