“The wind does what is natural to wind. The purpose of existence is to be its true nature. That is why, we have spent so much time reminding you of who you really are.
“Being aware of who you really are allows you to live as who you truly are.” Choose Only Love bk.3, 4:I
Often we try to live up to an ideal that is only in our mind. “Being who we are” is something more substantial than just an appeal to ideals. Knowing who we are takes some deep thought, some mystical insight, and a connection to God Himself Who will guide us to blossom as He intended.
We are individuals who best live in love, not fear, and especially not egoic fear. We know that we are really One with all our brothers and sisters, with whom, if things are good, we live in holy relationship. We unite with the depth of ourselves, the Christ-Self. As the Christ-Self learns over time, we see a bloom come to all we encounter, for projection makes perception. What we are inwardly, we see as external to ourselves. We are projecting “reality” as we view it.
God wants us to enjoy ourselves in this lifetime. Often we don’t, because we know pain, sorrow, even suffering. But these things can disappear more often than not when we are keen to follow guidance as we know it. God means us well. He does not visit bad things upon us. Usually our free will has brought the more unfortunate parts of our lives to us.
Ask today, deep in contemplation and prayer, for an understanding of the personality that has been given us. We do have some say in the matter, of course. Some of life is meant to be play. When we develop the best that is in us, we know a joy that cannot be known by anybody who is simply playing a part. We know a joy because our innermost essence is divine, and when we touch the divine, we sense God’s love in everything about us.