“There are things you can do that I can never do, nor Mary. Those are what make you unique. . . .” Choose Only Love bk.3, 8:III
We all still strive for a particular place in God’s world. Here we are seeing from Jesus that we have a contribution to make—one that only we ourselves can make. Being unique does not have to be striven for by the ego; being unique can be an affirmation of our worth, our egoless worth.
Try to find out today what your contribution, as a unique child of God, is or has been—plus what it will be in the future. To access intuition about this important factor in our lives, we need to get quiet. We need to relax totally, take worries and fretting off our minds, and ask our heart to inform us of our way. When we get a thought in this relaxed state, we need to follow it. We may have the idea to read something, or we may have an idea of a prayer we need to pray. Nothing genuine in this practice will harm anyone, including ourselves.
Everyone is different, and our guidance will come to us individually in different ways at different times. Invite the insertion of the divine in our lives.
God will not tarry, for we have given our permission to Him to enlighten us with His insight about us.