PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, November 27th, 2013 by Sondra Sneed in WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU’RE DEAD

“Great change is taking place on the earth, and whether you believe in God or not, there is going to be a change in how you see the world. The world is not an easy place within which to become your greatest nature, because you and the rest of the world have forgotten why you exist at all. There is a problem with that forgetfulness. The problem is that you cannot find happiness in your life unless you remember the reason you came to earth. You came here for one reason – you are designed to find the mind of God and to give that mind to every activity you perform.

When you learn to open your human mind and capture the great creative force that dwells somewhere above your thinking brain, then you will uncover the riches you seek and the abundant life withheld from you. Please understand that the only one holding you back from the very thing you wish for is your misunderstanding about the nature of being.”

                Sondra Sneed, in “What to do When You’re Dead”

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