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Post Re: Who is to blame?

Post by Sarveswara on Sat Mar 22, 2008 7:18 am

Each of us have a personal intimate relationship with God ... your friend has as much right in his own development of his relationship with God, to blame God as any one of us on our process toward knowing the Truth, sometimes the process takes us to the place of blame, so that we can finally be taken through the other side of it.

It is not for us to judge another’s process if we are led to witness their evolution; within that witnessing is indeed a lesson for self, if indeed we are there to witness it, so it is to keep the focus on what am I learning from this situation for me and my relationship with God.

God wants our full attention, he wants us to share with him everything we are going through, all the highs, the lows, and the indifferences, everything that we feel and think as the process toward the awakening.

It is not for us to say another is right or wrong in their process, or their feelings, or thoughts, or their behaviour. It is to trust God and knowing that it is between them and God, as it is most assuredly between me and God, how I behave or how I express my feelings.

There is no right or wrong in reality, the negative is necessary as much as the positive for survival, for delineation, for understanding, for comparison. Without the dark, light would have no purpose to shine! Let alone no place to express its glory of brightness. Similarly the dark would remain unseen had it not been for the light to show its depth.

So my darling Rosebud the focus of the lesson is not what your friend is doing, right or wrong, but what are you doing with the experience you are witnessing for your own growth.

These thoughts you had over this scenario, were written down perhaps because you had not felt sure about your thoughts about the whole situation, was there room in there somewhere for you to examine and find a comfortable feeling of knowing with your belief about the situation.

You love God and felt impelled to defend him… but God does not need defending, as Truth does not need defending. Take another look now … and see what it is that you were defending …

hug thank you my sweet for sharing this... it is a very important issue that needs to be seen clearly, as the Truth is hidden from view within the emotions of defence and reaction. We are so blessed to be taken through these different thought processes, to eliminate false conditioned beliefs so that the Truth can shine brightly in it's Glory.

My Eternal Love, Sarveswara

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Post Who is to blame?

Post by Amber2008 on Thu Mar 20, 2008 6:29 pm

Do we choose everything in our path?

The good and the bad?

Are we to blame God for the bad things that happens to us?

Are we to blame God for what is happening in this world?

All of the attracities?

Is it really God's fault?

Do we not choose our lessons to learn before we are born for God?

We can not blame God of OUR acts in this realm.

We ourselves must recognize that it is our selfishness, egos, and hate

that is to blame.

One should not blame God and carry a grudge against God.

One's life is your choosing before incarnating in this realm.

You chose the good and the bad lessons to be learned.

Who is to blame?

We are.......................

I wrote the above excerpt after talking to someone who was blaming God and holding a grudge.

It came from my heart. thought I would share.....................

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