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    Beloved Brothers and Sisters,

    in the last days GOD / FATHER send me 4x brothers and 1x sister, they lost someone they love...
    For everyone of us this day will come, with all the sadness and pain in...

    What is it that you can do then? Do some for others in any way, with Love.

    Every death is suicide - if you believe in death.
    This is why Jesus teach us: "No one dies without his own consent."

    A friend is always an enemy for another in this world. I am a brother, you are my brother and my sister.
    Our parents has not made us in the act of love, to believe they can create this intelligence what YOU are
    is complete crazy, wrong past learning. GOD, OUR ONE FATHER CREATE US ALL. So you understand "Brothers & Sisters".

    I love you my brothers and sisters, unconditional, with the total normal LOVE, we all become every moment as
    eternal gift from our all one FATHER, to give each other, as brothers & sisters.

    (Namaste comes from before 6 000 years ago on the clay seals of the Indus Valley Civilization. The meaning is still:
    "I honor in you the Divine Spirit, whom I honor in myself -., And I know that we are one thus")


    I will share with you today my today Lesson I learn...

    A Course in Miracles
    Workbook Lesson 152
    The power of decision is my own.

    The power of decision is my own.
    No one can suffer loss unless it be his own decision. No one suffers pain
    except his choice elects this state for him. No one can grieve nor fear nor
    think him sick unless these are the outcomes that he wants. And no one dies
    without his own consent. Nothing occurs but represents your wish, and
    nothing is omitted that you choose. Here is your world, complete in all
    details. Here is its whole reality for you. And it is only here salvation is.

    You may believe that this position is extreme, and too inclusive to be true.
    Yet can truth have exceptions? If you have the gift of everything, can loss
    be real? Can pain be part of peace, or grief of joy? Can fear and sickness
    enter in a mind where love and perfect holiness abide? Truth must be allinclusive,
    if it be the truth at all. Accept no opposites and no exceptions, for
    to do so is to contradict the truth entirely.

    Salvation is the recognition that the truth is true, and nothing else is true.
    This you have heard before, but may not yet accept both parts of it. Without
    the first, the second has no meaning. But without the second, is the first no
    longer true. Truth cannot have an opposite. This can not be too often said
    and thought about. For if what is not true is true as well as what is true, then
    part of truth is false. And truth has lost its meaning. Nothing but the truth is
    true, and what is false is false.

    This is the simplest of distinctions, yet the most obscure. But not because it
    is a difficult distinction to perceive. It is concealed behind a vast array of
    choices that do not appear to be entirely your own. And thus the truth
    appears to have some aspects that belie consistency, but do not seem to be
    but contradictions introduced by you.

    As God created you, you must remain unchangeable, with transitory states
    by definition false. And that includes all shifts in feeling, alterations in
    conditions of the body and the mind; in all awareness and in all response.
    This is the all-inclusiveness which sets the truth apart from falsehood, and
    the false kept separate from the truth, as what it is.

    Is it not strange that you believe to think you made the world you see is
    arrogance? God made it not. Of this you can be sure. What can He know of
    the ephemeral, the sinful and the guilty, the afraid, the suffering and lonely,
    and the mind that lives within a body that must die? You but accuse Him of
    insanity, to think He made a world where such things seem to have reality.
    He is not mad. Yet only madness makes a world like this.

    To think that God made chaos, contradicts His Will, invented opposites to
    truth, and suffers death to triumph over life; all this is arrogance. Humility
    would see at once these things are not of Him. And can you see what God
    created not? To think you can is merely to believe you can perceive what
    God willed not to be. And what could be more arrogant than this?

    Let us today be truly humble, and accept what we have made as what it is.
    The power of decision is our own. Decide but to accept your rightful place
    as co-creator of the universe, and all you think you made will disappear.
    What rises to awareness then will be all that there ever was, eternally as it is
    now. And it will take the place of self-deceptions made but to usurp the
    altar to the Father and the Son.

    Today we practice true humility, abandoning the false pretense by which the
    ego seeks to prove it arrogant. Only the ego can be arrogant. But truth is
    humble in acknowledging its mightiness, its changelessness and its eternal
    wholeness, all-encompassing, God's perfect gift to His beloved Son. We lay
    aside the arrogance which says that we are sinners, guilty and afraid,
    ashamed of what we are; and lift our hearts in true humility instead to Him
    Who has created us immaculate, like to Himself in power and in love.

    The power of decision is our own. And we accept of Him that which we are,
    and humbly recognize the Son of God. To recognize God's Son implies as
    well that all self-concepts have been laid aside, and recognized as false.
    Their arrogance has been perceived. And in humility the radiance of God's
    Son, his gentleness, his perfect sinlessness, his Father's Love, his right to
    Heaven and release from hell, are joyously accepted as our own.

    Now do we join in glad acknowledgment that lies are false, and only truth is
    true. We think of truth alone as we arise, and spend five minutes practicing
    its ways, encouraging our frightened minds with this:

    The power of decision is my own.
    This day I will accept myself as what
    my Father's Will created me to be.

    Then will we wait in silence, giving up all self-deceptions, as we humbly
    ask our Self that He reveal Himself to us. And He Who never left will come
    again to our awareness, grateful to restore His home to God, as it was meant
    to be.

    In patience wait for Him throughout the day, and hourly invite Him with the
    words with which the day began, concluding it with this same invitation to
    your Self. God's Voice will answer, for He speaks for you and for your
    Father. He will substitute the peace of God for all your frantic thoughts, the
    truth of God for self-deceptions, and God's Son for your illusions of

    From Jesus Christus in A Course In Miracles http://acim

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    Be all blessed, be mindful, be confident and be happy.
    Be peaceful & in love with your next - it is YOU. Teach forgiveness.
    Your will will be done. What you give, you will receive.

  • #2
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    So true brother Chris...thanks for another wise lesson!


    • #3
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      Heartfelt thanks tiger

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      • #4
        Re: When you lose someone you love...

        Very wise lesson thanks Chris


        • #5
          Re: When you lose someone you love...

          Interesting thank you Chris


          • #6
            Re: When you lose someone you love...

            Thank you for sharing these words and lesson.


            • #7
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              always heart felt words from you brother chris,and i learn alot from the spirit that you bring to this world and us. thank you so much.

              "Building Dreams One Pixel At A Time"


              • #8
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                This is so true Brother Chris. I have lost every member of my immediate family both parents, all Grandparents, uncles, Aunts and cousins. All I have is my lovely wife and my beautiful Daughter and a 16 year old pound puppy. But one is never trully alone as there is always God and all the friends that you encounter in this life's Journey. Namaste My Bothers and Sisters here and all across this planet.:good2::loving:


                • #9
                  Re: When you lose someone you love...

                  Thank you brother Chris!


                  • #10
                    Re: When you lose someone you love...

                    Such true words my brother Chris! I just love your lessons and truly take them all to heart! I've learned some things, I've shed a few tears and I have smiled.....Thank you and be Blessed :give_rose:

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                    • #11
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                      Thumbs up :)