I do not ask for abundance, for
more or less of anything. You,
Sweet Truth, know
what I desire, what I
need before the thought arises
within this mind. It would
be silly, no, it would be gravely wrong
to ask for something you give
freely, automatically, like
the sun offering its rays to the earth
without thought of who benefits, shining its
warmth evenly on all. Asking would be an
admission that I do not trust your love, your
power, your knowing and vision. It would
mean that I question your ability to provide
whatever is required, that I see conditions
in your unconditional love. Asking, I would tell
a story of a powerless, miserly God. Asking I
would create the condition called want. I would
make of myself a beggar and decry the truth of my
lineage, in denial that I am Your child.
I do not ask for health, for
a cure from illness, better
food or clean water. You created
this earth and all was Good. There
was no evil, no harm. How could
you be all knowing, all seeing, all
powerful if there is another power
that can undo what you created? How
could there be anything
that isn’t You?
You did not create disease, pollution,
carcinogens, the ills of our time, therefore
they must not exist in Your Creation.
And to all those who say what about
the fall, the apple and the snake, the
cause of all our troubles, I ask, “Where
was God when Adam and Eve plucked
the fruit?” God is everywhere, all seeing.
Either it was a Divine set-up to put the
game in motion, or it didn’t quite happen
the way we’ve been told.
My world is Your creation, so these
curses cannot exist in this appearance of time.
It is the illusion, the dance of maya. I feel
your touch telling me this is what we are here
I see now, that the idea of harm
is the lie, the mis-take in our thinking. It is what
hollows out the gaping hole in our hearts and
pits us one against the other. A new
understanding of our experience, a rewrite of
epic proportions is called for, ye,
it is demanded as nothing remains
of the lie. Once seen, it can only
fall apart in the light.
This is what Jesus knew, why he could
heal the sick and raise the
dead, how the loaves and fishes magically
multiplied, why the wine flowed freely.
He knew You.
He knew that you didn’t create anything
that wasn’t Good, that wasn’t God. He
knew that all that is needed is supplied and so
he waited, not trying to create, but simply
elegantly, waiting and of course it appeared. He
knew that illness and disease did not
exist, that it is impossible for imperfection to
infect a perfect world. He knew that only God
exists. He knew the Good and refused
to be blinded by the lie, to buy into it in
any way. He knew the Father, that the Grace
of God was on the field, in all ways, always, and
that it would never desert him. That it would
be with Him forever, that it is with each of us
in undiluted power, fully imbued in each aspect of
God’s creation. It is the true inheritance of each son
and daughter of God … as we claim it, acknowledge
it, step forward into the Truth of our ancestry.