A Change In How I Look At Others

Others need to be known as ego and seen in grace.

I want to know that God will show up in various forms when I have a need here within the world of form.

Shove off the cloak of shame and guilt that you wear.

We do not have to allow ourselves to be ‘walked on’ nor do we have to ‘fix’ people. We are perfect as we are.

Our primary responsibility is to accept the Atonement for ourselves.

Only in this way will the forgiveness offered there to the Christ be felt by ourselves individually.

Others do not teach the Atonement this way but if we do not release all of creation (the whole Sonship of Christ) from the belief in separation how can we say we have forgiven at all?

Depression

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