BEST of PONDER on THIS for Monday, January 2nd 2012 by Neale Donald Walsch in CONVERSATIONS WITH GOD BOOK 3

“Keep in mind that what you are looking at, you are not really “seeing.” Your brain is not the source of your intelligence. It is simply a data processor. It takes in data through receptors called your senses. It interprets this energy in formation according to its previous data on the subject. It tells you what it perceives, not what really is. Based on these perceptions, you think you know the truth about something, when, actually, you do not know the half of it. In reality, you are creating the truth that YOU know.”

            Neale Donald Walsch in “Conversations with God, Book 3”

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