I am a child of God. I am one with God.
God is! I have not heard Your voice in the murmur of the clouds; I have not seen visions of You in my waking hours; I have not felt Your all-transforming touch but this I know, You are.
I know that Your Light surrounds me, that Your Love envelops me, that Your Power protects me and that Your Presence watches over me always. In countless ways, everyday, I realize that I am not alone, that You are with me.
The longer I live, the more I understand that nothing happens by chance in Your universe or our lives. As I look back, I see how Your Hand guided me at every step and I thank You for Your unconditional love and unceasing blessings.
All I need to do is to stay in touch with You. How? By reminding myself during the day, as often as possible, that You are with me. By relating all I do, with You.
When I see the sunrise, it is Your painting; when I eat food, it is Your power that digests; when I express love to my family, it is Your warmth that comforts; when I work, it is Your intelligence that performs; when I watch TV, it is Your energy that is harnessed.
During the busiest hours I stop for a moment and recall that You are with me. When I have moments of leisure, I share the time with You, talking to You as to my closest friend. This I do for I know God is.
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“The rishis wrote in one sentence profundities that commentating scholars busy themselves over for generations,” … “Endless literary controversy is for sluggard minds. What more liberating thought than ‘God is’nay, ‘God’?” Chapter 12, Autobiography of a Yogi, Paramahansa Yogananda.
What most people call thinking is what I call the recycled conditioning of society. Authentic thinking comes from inspiration. The Japanese have a word for thinking, kamkuru, which means “to return to the realm of God.” To me, God is the source of inspiration, and therefore the cause of genuine thinking. – Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith
Picture courtesy of Helix Nebula popularly called the Eye of God