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Sunday, October 14, 2012

Belief in Separation or Belief in Love?


Is it possible to feel a strong, loving connection to my children who don't speak to me because of a shunning order? Yes, I reply. I received some photos from family members, which I wrote about in a previous post. You may recall, the first run of photos only included my grand-daughter. In a second set, the family members provided photos of my son, daughter-in-law and grand-daughter. They selected photos of my children with their backs turned toward me. Not so with my grand-daughter, however. I looked into her sweet eyes and saw love and innocence. I knew that she was too young to believe — on her own — that she must shun me. Her soul would never shun me unless she was first taught to believe those harsh religious rules.

Nevertheless, in faith I keep a box in which I am storing gifts for my beloved grand-daughter. I feel a strong love bond for her, even though I have never met her, in spite of her being three years old at the time of this writing. Who knows? One day she may come looking for her missing grandma. In other words, on some etheric level, it seems we have this beautiful loving bond keeping us connected in a most magical, mystical union. I am ecstatic! I know now what the scripture at Romans 8:39 really means when it says, "Neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of [my own Divine nature]," — not even belief in shunning! I am truly in awe!


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2 comments:

  1. I guess the way we could see this is when our love is true, then it will be divine by its nature. And sure, when that is what is going on, the Romans scripture applies. Great!

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  2. Thank you for your beautiful comment. Love is indeed divine by its nature.

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