“Each successive stage of experience unfolds new views of divine goodness and love.” (Science and Health, page 66)
Let’s get a new perspective on the passage of years. Let’s take that negative concept of diminishing life, a tapering off of existence, and recognize what is really going on. Let’s wake up to the new views being offered every day, every hour, and see how rich and alive this really makes us.
For as our human experiences unfold, they teach and reveal new things to us. We gain wisdom, appreciation, a fuller sense of what matters and what is truly good and right. This is the journey of our spiritual life and it is always progressive. The mortal mind may be stuck in a sense of time and finiteness, but we are not mortals! We are grander than that. We can release ourselves from the grip of this limited mind and begin to realize what’s really happening.
Divine goodness and love is becoming clearer to us, more important, more vital and compelling. Allow that abundant display to be at the forefront of thought. Treasure the new awareness of self, others, what is valuable, and let this enlighten your days, lighten your load of cares, and give you the freedom to enjoy in the here and now.
Choose to change your vantage point. Let yourself be lifted above the fears and negative pictures and predictions about life. See the full view you are being offered, one that continues to grow, to live more honesty, to love more fully, and to see that Life never fails to bring us something new and fresh to appreciate and to share.
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