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Truth

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Beauty is truth’s smile when she beholds her own face in a perfect mirror. — Rabindranath Tagore

An inquiry into Truth is an inquiry into the cause of things as
the human race sees and experiences them.
— Ernest Holmes, “Creative Mind,” page 48


What does it mean to be rooted? What does it mean to
be rooted in truth? What truth? Whose truth are we
speaking about anyway? Asking questions like these
provides the opportunity for growth. Growing and remembering
who we are is what we are here to do. The dictionary defines
truth as the real facts about something: the things that are true.
A transcendent fundamental or spiritual reality.
     Defining truth for yourself is a worthy endeavor. When you
define what is true for you, everything that does not serve your
truth will fall away. It may not happen all at once; it seldom
does. But it will happen, and that’s where being rooted comes in.
     There are personal truths for everyone. What is true for one
person may not be true for the next. That’s good because variety
is the spice of life. Our differences create adventure. Accepting
the differences is key to a peace-filled life.
     Then there’s the universal truth that everyone shares. The
truth is that we are all created out of something greater than
ourselves. Name it what you choose, the truth is that we are all
connected. The truth is that we all desire joy, peace, abundance
and love.
     You want to be rooted in universal truth. At this depth, facts
may not be the truth. At this depth, you live from a place of
really knowing that there is only one life. That life is God’s life.
That life is perfect. That life is your life now.



AFFIRMATION

The Truth is that there is only one life. That is my life now.


Daily Guide Thursday March 1st – Science Of Mind Magazine Latest Issue



 

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