Wednesday, June 06, 2012

No mistakes in God's eyes

You can never, ever in our eyes make a "mistake." You can never do anything that separates you from God's love or ours as well. You can never do anything that is irrevocable, irreversible, or indelible because your soul is eternal. Your bodies, your material goods, indeed your lives are temporary, but your souls are eternal, constant, and always in a stream of God's love. Your "Mistakes" may affect the quality of your human life but they do not affect the quality of your soul, nor can they ever separate you from love. The more you realize this, the more your mistakes become opportunities for even greater love to enter into your hearts and flow through them.

So when you decide you have made a "mistake" ask yourself, "What do I do next? What is my desired outcome? What can I learn from this?" Then move forward dear ones, lessons learned and let go. There is never ever any reason in our book for treating yourselves with anything less than love. If a kindergartner trying to learn his or her alphabets said to you, "A, B, D, E," would you beat them up, put them down, or call them stupid? Of course, we know you wouldn't dream of this." Then why dear ones, would you ever put yourselves down, for you too are simply here on earth to learn.

Our message this week is simple, and yet profound. See if you can spend a week in which every single "mistake" is simply an opportunity to learn. Choose to love yourselves. Choose to learn. Choose to use these "mistakes" as opportunities for deepening your love for self and others. Then you will see, as we do, that there really are no such things as mistakes when you see life through the eyes of love.


Beverly said...

Guardian angels have distinctive roles in our lives, to protect us from harm, especially the harm that comes from evil entities as well as to guide us toward good thoughts, words and deeds. Since the 17th century we honor these angels with a feast on October 12.

Ann Albers said...

Thanks Beveryl, I didn't know there was a feast on the 12th :)