The Master Key week 18, paragraph 33 says, “Then let the thought rest on the fact that the spiritual man also lives and moves and has his being in a similar but subtler energy upon which he must depend for life, and that as in the physical world no life assumes form until after the seed is sown, and no higher fruit than that of the parent stock can be produced; so in the spiritual world no effect can be produced until the seed is sown and the fruit will depend upon the nature of the seed, so that the results which you secure depend upon your perception of law in the mighty domain of causation, the highest evolution of human consciousness.”
This week I have been thinking about that particular sentence. What seed do I want to sow in my thinking, since the fruit will depend on the nature of my thoughts. What thoughts will sow into the fields of my life? Mostly I have been a sluggish clod of dirt in my thinking, planting the seeds of cynicism, mockery, self-righteousness. While at the same time trying to strive to be a better person with my family, my friends, and every person I meet. Being somewhat duplicitous in my dealings with the guy in the mirror and yet not duplicitous since you really cannot lie to him for very long before it eats away at your very being. What now? I’m realizing that it is a journey of discovery, of growing each day, of learning to be a better person each day. Knowing this is giving me the freedom to live, to clean up the mistakes I make as quickly as possible, to live a life of joy, love, honor, truth, & beauty.
It is glorious to be alive at this moment in time. The wonders I experience. The beauty I see (the Amazing Robin for one). To have the time to do the thinking about life and God is marvelous and an honor.