quiet. Seek the stillness alone and find peace. Allow thoughts to come,
and just as easily, allow them to go. This allows your true self, your
subconscious, to flow into mind, to surface to conscious attention. This
is a good time to ask questions of yourself. Wonderful answers will surface
in your mind.
Change the way you respond to people and situations
that normally would cause stress
in you. If you seek for a better way you will find one.
Explaining all these things to you does nothing
unless you have mind to make them affect your daily life.
Nothing should ever offend you, that is, nothing
should ever get you off your choice to discipline all your thoughts so
they compliment the set love vibrations of the universe of all good for
If someone acts in an offensive manner toward you,
you should be spiritually mature
enough so that the next time you meet you would treat him or her as though
the prior situation never existed. Approach others with an attitude of
hope. That is forgiveness. That is giving for an offensive attitude, a
loving one. Forgiveness presents an exposure to love's power.
How often should you respond this way? The Holy
Bible (called 'holy' because it was written through men inspired by the
Great Infinite Intelligence of the universe records seventy times seven,
which is always. The Bible also records that people who love the
law of love have great peace. This is because they are in perfect harmony
with themselves and the universe. And you, right now are also feeling this
harmony, so now, you know it exists! Go on from here with full confidence
in the rest of your life. See wonders unfold, as you take actions based
on universal laws.
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"For in many things we offend
all. If any man offend not in word, the same is a perfect man, and able
also to bridle the whole body." ...James 3:2
"Let nothing be done through
strife or vainglory; but in lowliness of mind let each esteem other better
than themselves." ......Philippians 2:3
"Whether therefore you eat,
or drink, or whatsoever you do, do all to the glory of God.(always
be in line with the universal principle of love).
Give none offence...Even as I please all men in all things, not seeking
mine own profit, but the profit of many, that they may be saved." ...1Corinthians
"Great peace have they which
love your law and nothing shall offend them." ...Psalms 119:165