Hello dear friend!
It's been a while since I've posted, nearly a year.
Nevertheless, I pray you are doing wonderful!
Whenever I get a chance to sit with an individual, I love to ask them my favorite question, which is, what is the most important thing that you have learned in all of your years of living thus far? This question leads to deep enlightening conversations.
The youth tend to have remarkable answers but my favorite answer is always the one given to me by the person answering it because it tells their unique brilliance. Every single person has a brilliance that is unique to their living this life thus far.
What is the most important thing that you have learned in all of your years of living thus far? Have you ever thought about it? Is it an easy question to answer? Or, are you still contemplating?
The most important thing that I have learned in all of my fifty-nine years of living is, God is real. God is so very real, and I know it because of the evidence from experiences. I've actually tested His promises in spiritual experiments with others and myself.
Successful people I've observed live the laws of God, whether they say they believe in Him or not. What I mean by success is those individuals that live the life they love. The success is displayed in happiness, health, love, and wealth. My entire research practice proves the laws of God lead to success. What do you think about that?
I've always known God is real in a hopeful wanting way and I've always wanted solid proof. The evidence was occasional until I began experimenting with specific spiritual promises and tests. Verification is also displayed with those who live the laws.
It is a lovely thing to see evidence of God in the life you are living. It is magnificent to witness the power of what one knows to be real and the most important thing learned in living life thus far.
I'm pretty confident the younger me would argue with, or at least debate about, some of the information I have just presented. But, the younger me did not have education, and experiences that the now me has. This is the precise reason I never argue or debate a person's answer to my favorite question. Rather, I learn, and lift, by listening with love to understand. This behavior falls under the law of love, and leads to understanding and wisdom.
Do you know the first and great commandment and law? The two great commandments hang all the law and the prophets and are the pathways to understanding the truth inside anyone's answer to my favorite question. What do you think about that? Bit of a riddle isn't it?
Just sending my thoughts of faith, love, and trust out into the universe.
Take good care my friend...