- Posted July 24, 2014 by
Albuquerque, New Mexico
This iReport is part of an assignment:
First Person: Your essays
Liza Kerr, RScP
I look around me in absolute wonder. I see and feel the presence of God in the beauty of nature, and in each and every person that I meet. I appreciate life in its simplest of forms, a flower growing in the meadow, a baby’s smile, and then I look really closely at the flower or the baby and I realize the absolute complexity of how many things had to go right just to allow that flower to grow, and to be purple, or red, or yellow. I consider how many things had to happen in exact perfection to simply allow that baby to smile at me in that exact moment. Then I sigh, and breathe in, then out and simply allow myself to fully appreciate God’s hand, God’s will in all aspects of my life and of all life flowing around me. Life is, I am, you are.
Each of us is an individualized personification of God as the one source, each of us unique, special, wonderful; each of us and each of God’s creations – a part of God, yet on our own journey – experiencing this time, and this place to the extent that we wish to experience it.
I speak my Word and my Word is Law that I accept the many gifts that God puts before me, and accept that my path is divinely guided. I make a choice and that choice leads to another choice, which leads to another choice. When I choose to align myself with God’s plan the way before me becomes clear and uncomplicated. At times this path brings me joy, happiness and prosperity. At other times while I may experience growing pains, at the end I know that I am the person God intended me to me. I am perfect just the way I am. My struggles are not a sign of my imperfection – they are a sign of my growth, everyday growing stronger. If this is true for me it is true for each of you – divine guidance makes your path a lot less complicated. You are free to make choices about how you live that life – but with freedom comes responsibility. As we accept full responsibility for our choices it becomes easier to see the path.
I am so grateful for having Science of Mind in my life for it gives me tools to help connect me to my Divine Source that I call God. I am so grateful for fully understanding my freedom, and the responsibility that goes with the choices I make. I understand that God accepts and loves me no matter what choices I make. Thank you God for allowing me to experience life fully, and for the many gifts I receive each day from you to make life a fuller, deeper, happier experience.
I release this prayer to the Law of Mind, knowing it cannot come back to me void – knowing that it has already occurred.
Liza Kerr is a practitioner at the Rio Grande Center For Spiritual Living, Albuquerque, NM 87107
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