“There is a saying upon your Earth, “I will believe it when I see it.” Yet others have said, “I will see it when I believe it.” Each statement has truth. One is a statement of limitation, the other the doorway to manifestation. Which one do you choose? If you choose to walk around as a saint, what would you do? How would you act? Would you pretend to be something others expect you to be rather than that which you are?
To be a master is to walk your truth. It is easy to talk your truth, but quite another to live it. To be a master is to live your truth. To be a master is to honor all masters for the journey they have chosen. To be a master is not to violate the free-will choice of another. To be a master is to allow no other to violate your free-will choice. To be a master is to be in non-judgment of another, even though they might be judging you in the moment. To be a master is to see the perfection within all that you can see and perceive.”
Rich Work, in “God, This is a Good Book!”
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