PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, November 17th, 2010 by Alexis Eldridge in CONVERSATIONS WITH JESUS

“Worry no longer what your neighbor will think of you; bring about the most truth you can, at any an all moments. This is the first way to align with source energy. Nothing other than the absolute truth ought to be expressed at all times, despite whatever excuses you may find for doing otherwise. When one doesn’t always bring forth honesty, one’’s truest knowing of the divine – within and without – drifts farther and farther away.”

                     Alexis Eldridge, in “Conversations with Jesus”

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