Today’s Prayer to Passage will be from the book “The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho.

Today I pray, “Dear God, What is the most wellbeing and loving feeling of standing in a space of nothing? I already know! Determination. Anything is possible. Thank You for this appreciation, belief, and knowing about my own wellbeing. Amen.”

Following my prayer, I held the closed book in my hands and opened it to reveal this passage:

“You must understand that love never keeps a [human] from pursuing [one’s] destiny. If [one] abandons that pursuit, it’s because it wasn’t true love… the love that speaks the Language of the World.

I follow what I feel. I follow the leading edge. I follow expansion. I follow my heart. This is all I ever need to to. It brings life into journey mode. And authenticity is present. My life isn’t always going to look like everyone else’s. Because I live from within, not from without. And as within, so without, and my shining display is one of my own accord, guided by Source within me. Do not say, “poor” this or “poor” that. Get to know my story, and you might ask yourself what you’re really doing with your own life.

I look to Yeshua (many know Him as “Jesus”. Yeshua was His Hebrew name, and the pronunciation with which He is most familiar). Yeshua may have had people turning to Him and saying “poor” this and “poor” that, at times. As He wandered about, not seeking gold or governing power. He spoke that the Kingdom of God is within, and they placed a crown of thorns upon his head. And they laughed and jeered and stuck him with a spear. “Poor” Yeshua. And then, time passed. Descendants of His earthly time looked it over; they gave it a second thought. And Yeshua remains celebrated today.

Be aware of what you call “poor”. Perhaps you are, instead, being called to be a part of it. Because it is the leading edge, the expansion, the heart of the matter. In that space, that space of nothing, that space of new beginnings, new perspective… anything is possible.


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