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I am sincerely thankful for the technology
that allows me to publish a blog and send it
out worldwide, otherwise I would be just one
of those "crazy" folks who stood in the market-
place of old spouting messages from God.
So, here is another message!
When I received my copy of Time magazine
this week - which I purchased to assist my
grandson's school with their fundraising
effort, breaking my prohibition from listening
or reading the news from any source other
than my easily edited NPR phone app - I
eagerly flipped through the pages to see what
the human race has been up to recently.
I was actually stunned by the stories of
intolerance and injustice, both religious
and secular. One image, although from our
hopefully never to be repeated past, will
haunt me forever.
This morning, as I started to write my daily
affirmative thought, letting the words
come to me, out of the greater reaches of
consciousness and probably my recuperating
psyche, came the note below. As I usually do
when I would prefer another topic, I tried to go
back for a more user friendly communication,
that was not to be the case today.
Sometimes when I read a note like this,
I think, "I know this," so there is no need
to focus on it. With today's note, I am not
so sure. And although I realize that I am
preaching to the proverbial choir of spiritual
blog readers, I realize this was the message
I was meant to convey. A message calling on
all of us to contribute to the transformation
of consciousness, in hopes perhaps, of fostering
an "epidemic of global love and tolerance."
EPIDEMIC OF GLOBAL LOVE
Today let us be an expression of a
greater love, demonstrating our
understanding of the true connection
of all life, realizing an existence at
odds with itself shall surely perish.
Today let us refuse to be a part of the
mayhem engendered by a human spirit
refusing to accept even its closest
neighbor, often taking up arms in the
name of its own divinity?
Today let us hold a thought of peace
and coexistence in our intentions,
prayers, and meditations in hopes of
creating an epidemic of global love
and tolerance, seeing through the
illusion of separateness, into the
perfect oneness that makes us whole.
Thank you for reading.
With love, G.
George Bryant Cronk