Monthly Archives: December 2011

New Years Resolution:

Let this be the day when we forgive the thought of sin. Let us need no more thoughts for which to suffer pain, nor find reasons for us to die. Let us discover that when fear has gone, joy quite … Continue reading

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When Love Replaces Fear

We have made the world then given it the purpose to punish and imprison us; to justify our fears and teach us the danger of trusting love. In it we see our one consciousness divided into bodies that cannot join, … Continue reading

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When Guilt Is Gone

When we forgive ourselves and our guilt is gone, we will see nothing in all the world that we do not love.

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What I Am Witness To

What I am witness to in the world defines who I think I am. When I describe the world as being in turmoil and as a place of suffering and feel the fear these thoughts engender, I am a witness … Continue reading

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A Moment Of Truth

Create a moment when everyone you see, all those you can think of, are filled with a loving glow. Their smile beckons you to join them. No trace of conflict here for every thought, both yours and theirs, flow together … Continue reading

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When the thought of guilt has been forgiven, there is nothing to disguise the Presence of Love.

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Two Ways To See Comment

By William Betts You wrote today on your Forgiveness Network site about only two ways of seeing. This is something that I have been grappling with recently. I understand the ACIM concept of only seeing one “world”, but how to … Continue reading

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You Are The One Who Will Remember

It is not you who can be sad or sick. It is not you who resists being loved. That is only the character in the charade we play. You are the one who seems to sleep, but is untouched by … Continue reading

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Only Two Ways To See

There are two entirely different ways for us to think and see. Both are motivated by what we expect to find. One looks for what is wrong and finds a world made to meet its expectations. The other looks for … Continue reading

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What Comes First?

What comes first: The way someone treats me, or my expectation of it. We cannot be too often reminded that our primary challenge in changing our experience in the world is to change what we are looking for; what we … Continue reading

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