Monday, April 27, 2009



What's the importance of these words? First, let's look at the word, "I". Ego is attached with I. The word "want" is an expression of desire.

If you remove these two words, "I" and "want", you have only one thing left: peace

All of creation is One; an Eternal Oneness. Animals, trees, and flowers know this beingness, this oneness, not with an intellectual knowing, but a knowing which comes from stillness and just being, a beingness that comes only in the moment of Now.

The great spiritual master, Jesus, said, "Look at the lilies, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin."

Those who really want peace in their lives will let go of all ego and desire. Drop all negativity as if you're holding a hot coal in your hand.


Doreen said...

Living In the Now Is Peace

Anonymous said...

"Want" denotes "lack." For we only "want" what we don't have. We never "want" what we have. We only "want" what we don't have. For when we get it, we no longer "need" it and therefore no longer "want" it.

And The Science of Mind teaches there is no lack. Thus there truly is no "want." For we live in a Universe which is abundant. We simply have but to look around and see and then claim our abundance and watch it materialize in our lives.

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