Facing Hardship and Calamity

How is it possible that we are created as divinely inspired, infinitely powerful creators, yet the world is filled with fearful, starving and homeless people? Is this a sad oversight on the part of our Creator, or perhaps an attempt to balance good and evil? Who is responsible for all the suffering and torment, and how can we end it?

It all comes down to free will. Because we are powerful creators, we are free to create whatever we decide to think about and feel. If we are fearful, we create fearsome circumstances for ourselves. If we are starving, it is because we were afraid of not having enough food. We create whatever circumstances we imagine and feel, for good or for bad. Unless we realize who we really are, and what incredible powers we have, we cannot begin to master our lives.

Until we take responsibility for our lives, we will feel like victims, always blaming someone else and wanting someone else to rescue us. We do not need to be rescued, and no one else is responsible for what is happening to us, not God, not the devil, not other humans, not nature. It is us. We are our greatest friend and our worst enemy.

If we go into the energy of our heart and feel the unconditional love, joy and abundance that is constantly flowing from the life force of our Creator, we can begin to master our lives by taking control of our thoughts and emotions to create the lives we truly want.

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