Today’s Prayer to Passage will be from the book “Many Lives, Many Masters” by Brian Weiss.
Today I pray, “Dear God, I was not necessarily called to be a writer, not in the way that one has significant and reliable talent. And it is the story that I tell, the true account that I convey, that places itself within these entries. It is in my words and the words of future generations. Entering into life on earth is a privilege and a charge of honor and duty. Good words are entering in. We thrive in this, at times, and prosper. May our good words enter as charitable to the cause as we exercise one of our multitude of gifts as humanity: Free will. May this be Divine will, an ever God-loving, God-fearing tribute to why we came here in the first place. Of this, I bow in peace. Amen.”
Following my prayer, I held the closed book in my hands and opened it to reveal this passage:
“We are frighteningly concerned with our own deaths, sometimes so much so that we forget the real purpose of our lives.”
If I become overworked within the real purpose of my life, I am reminded to take a break, to rest, to renew. There can be impatience. And anxiety. There can be a feeling of being on the edge of our seats. And this can happen, or become invoked, in the awakening of a life purpose. In awakening the Higher Self, in seeing the big picture, there is what appears to be greatness discovered for the very first time. As though we did not even know the meaning of greatness until now. We are worthy. We are clear. We are unstuck. We are One. And in this Oneness, we have the free will to live out why we came here in the first place.