BEST of PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, November 1st, 2017 by Marianne Williamson in THE GIFT OF CHANGE

“If you have a problem but you are stuck in blaming others or trying to duck out of your own responsibility, then helpful forces are repelled. If you have a problem but you try to keep your heart open—you do your best to deal with it, take personal responsibility, remain vulnerable—then others will have a natural tendency to reach out to you and offer help. Just knowing you have a problem will not inspire others to help you; how you’re handling it is what will do that.

Highest solutions do not come from you; they come INTO you and THROUGH YOU. It is not your ability to figure things out, put the blame elsewhere, or hire the right lawyers that ultimately guarantee divine right action. Rather, it is our surrender to the flow of divinity that allow divinity to flow through us.”

Marianne Williamson, in “The Gift of Change”

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