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Sep 15, 2011

This is the first test!
Lately I have been pondering on probably one of the most deep subjects on the structure of the family. It leaves me in awe every time I think about it, yet it is so clear and beautiful and lets me know who I am and exactly what I need to do with my life. It is something I have been taught since I have been a little child, but never really owned this truth. 

God is our Father. That means my spirit came from Him. That means everyone is a child of God. That means whenever I do anything contrary to his will or that offends him, I am working against the very nature of my being. I am in a way, being inconsistent with my true self, my innate self, and therefore am making myself unhappy.

In thinking of Families, it is fascinating to note that I am part of an eternal, family and am able to compare the functions of the family with this spiritual connection. 
I am excited to start this class and learn so much more!

We are all his children.

1 comment:

  1. Your middle paragraph really stood out to me and has really got me thinking about what the Father's will for me and if I'm being true to myself. Thanks for sharing something deep and meaningful