Lessons from the Source Audio E-Mail 4/22/10

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From Chapter Two: The Challenges of Earth Life

Section Two: Illusions

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(20 of 28) Impatience implies that it is important that a certain thing come to pass by a specific time—or before it is too late. “If I don’t get my check by Tuesday, I’ll never be able to get the car fixed.” (Even the word “never” in this illustration is a reference to time.) If, however, you can accept time as an irrelevant factor in your existence, you will not allow the quality of impatience to enter your consciousness.

Jack Armstrong © 2010

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“The divine order in your life (and in the lives of all humans) is as real and as dependable as the divine order that you can see and understand in nature. But you must make the decision to accept it and to flow with it. You can choose to ignore its reality and allow the shifting winds of human consciousness to push you and pull you and torment you; or you can refuse to give them power over you, and instead, fully trust and accept the good that is yours.”