When you give in true service, unconditionally, without expectation, it always serves for the highest good, though you may not be aware at that time, or ever, of the positive affects your assistance has had. Therefore, the question at hand is how do you nurture and fulfill yourself in the process of giving when you may not see an end product.
The key is in the motivation. When you are unconditionally loving it is a guarantee that no matter what the seeming affects, it will be in the highest good of all, even if the one you give to misuses the gift. Love, in its purest form, and its handmaiden of appropriate assistance, are never expended in vain. But when motivation is unclear and lacking unconditional love, then indeed all the energy expended may truly be in vain. The illusion is that the reward is in the result, the fulfillment is in the process of unconditionally loving […]
The greatest gift you can offer another is the awareness that they are loved, not because they are perfect, but because they exist. Therein lies the secret and the ointment for an ailing heart.
There is no greater security than the awareness and the beauty that the universe takes care of all its children.
Chaos, the tribulation, is not created from evil, it is created from goodness and truth revealing itself. It is humanity’s reaction to the truth that creates evil in response to it.
Technology without understanding and wisdom – or wisdom and understanding without technology – is like a one-legged man without a crutch. He can wiggle and squirm but fails to reach his goal out of exhaustion.
Truth begets technology, not technology the truth.
Be the creator that you are. Be the presence and the representative of All that Is in your world for your fire and your light is ignited […]
In ancient times sacrifice was an important part of most religious rituals and was carried over into the Judeo-Christian belief system. The one sacrificed was the bridge between the human and divine offered to the gods as an appeasement, a petition, or in celebration because the one performing the sacrificial ritual did not feel worthy or in communion with the divine.
Humanity has always perceived there must be an intermediary between themselves and the divine. Whereas, in actuality, it would benefit humanity to see the integration of their actions and thoughts as the intermediary.
Sacrifice by its very nature–be it self-sacrifice, the sacrificing of another to a god or upon the cross for the sins of humanity–creates a chasm between the divine and the human.
The man, Jesus, died and sacrificed himself for his own beliefs. So integrated was the knowledge of who he was that his actions and his thoughts were in alignment–and […]