“Too” –Journey of Courage 02.09.02

Guiding Thought

When I attune my mind to the Oneness that is All of Life, I understand my place in Wholeness. I am the very Presence of Life and this Presence of Life is me. I am blessed through this understanding. In return I bless all I encounter.

Contemplation / Reflection

When I attempt to attune my mind to the Oneness that is all life, I hear my outer voice saying I am too – too tired, too selfish, too separate, too individual, too self-centered, too lazy, too insignificant, too unpracticed, too undisciplined.  When I momentarily glimpse this attunement, I am not too much of anything.  I am whole, how can that be TOO anything.  When I have the courage to be not too, I can see that you, too, are whole!  I imagine you, anyone, has their own list of TOO. If I can see past my judgments of myself, if I have the courage to do that, I’m perhaps less likely to be judging you. May we all be blessed with the vision to see our wholeness, our oneness, and therefore the wholeness and oneness of each other.  NAMASTE.

Guest Contributor Mary Wallace

 

 

 

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