Lessons from the Source Audio E-Mail 4/22/10
Posted Wednesday, April 21st, 2010
From Chapter Two: The Challenges of Earth Life
Section Two: Illusions
(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