BEST of PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, January 6th, 2016 by Stuart Wilde in MIRACLES

“This lifetime is yours. You may be involved in relationships and love others, but basically what you make of your life and how you pass through it is your evolution. We all learn to take responsibility for our own circumstances and, within the Universal Law, we are not expected to take responsibility for the evolution of others. It might sound a bit harsh, but in the Law there is incredible clarity and justice.

That is why adversity is so useful. It allows people to look for something beyond day-to-day reality, and this brings them in touch with their true inner selves. In desperation, they begin to pull on their unlimited power and they realize that anything can be changed, that suffering is a product of the inner self, and, by looking at their inner selves, they can transform them. It has been said that there are no incurable diseases, only incurable people, and this is true of all energy within the Universal Law.

Trying to fix your circumstances just physically or mentally will not work in the long run, because deep-rooted inconsistencies will continue to surface in your life in various guises. To overcome something once and for all means going within yourself to discover the real causes of the disturbance. The process or discovery will allow you more energy, which you can use to create the things you want in your life.”

Stuart Wilde, in “Miracles”

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