Often we say to ourselves
Do I have a choice in the matter?
In any case, my tiny bit doesn’t even matter.
Both, the question and the assertion are farthest from the truth.
Our scriptures tell us that inside of us lies resplendent, the great Omnipotence. A power in the ‘image and likeness’ of that infinity which creates and sustains all there is and isn’t.
This phrase implies that we have, deep down in our core, the same nature of pure love as the creator. We also possess the ability to create as the infinite does.
If I were to be a bit mindful, I would notice that on many occasions in a day I am confronted with choices. Howsoever trivial may it appear, somewhere each choice affects me and humanity, a great deal.
My friend calls me and invites me for a boys’ party where…
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