The Perfect Remedy For All Ill Will
It is the sum total of all of Humanity’s actions and thoughts that brings into being, whatsoever light or darkness there is. Thus the maximum Harmony and Beauty that the Earth Plane receives depends on each one of us.
Some have larger and some have smaller gardens to attend to. This represents each one-s capacity and limitations. Yet each one has a garden, and each one’s garden is their own responsibility.. No one is expected to individually heal this world. Each one is instead continuously asked, and offered, the possibility of keeping our individual Gardens filled with Harmony, and growing in Love and Beauty.
As we are in process of developing into our fullness, we all make mistakes. These mistakes injure us, leaving scars upon our minds and our Hearts. And as these scars increase in number, our personal garden tends to becomes darkened. For example, when we look at the lives of those who have committed horrific crimes, we can easily see this darkening process manifesting in their world: Things go from bad to worse. Yet we mostly fail to notice our own responsibility—that of bringing either light or darkness into our world—through diligently working to keep our own garden Light-filled.
Fortunately, prayer and repentance can thoroughly weed our garden, casting all harm—which has been sown and grown, from both the darkness in the world, and our lack of careful weed pulling—into the winds. In this Way prayer and repentance cleanse and refresh the ground of our consciousness and our hearts.
These are practices that the Sage and the Saint perform each day. For it is through the work of prayerful contemplation, of our lives and actions, that even the most overgrown and neglected gardens becomes weeded and ready to receive our good seed, planted underneath the Sunlight of the Most High—which as we know, is the perfect remedy for all ill will..
photo: A Caged Giraffe, No Freedom Here, Emi Miller
In Wisdom’s Light, A Message of Peace For All People, Vol. II, Emi Miller
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