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17 May 2006 @ 04:59 pm
A Thought from Dr Ledwith  
If a person came up to you and called you a "dirty terrorist", or some other equally untrue curse, you or I might find that person the help they need, but we wouldn't let that slur in where it could hurt, or maybe even scar our emotions. Because we know we are not those things. But when another person slanders us, over a matter we aren't so secure about, we often do let those insults in where they often do wound us, for years even.

The answer to this is, of course, to know ourselves and love ourselves. We are divine beings on a human journey to enlightenment, and all that we need or needed to do, including the moments we stumbled, we were loved by our God, and should be acceptable to ourselves as well. I don't think a person could fail to love themself, once they were finally unveiled to their own full understanding.
sapphire pixie: Yummierskygypsy on May 18th, 2006 02:41 pm (UTC)
hello there, hadn't checked my flist adds in a while, saw you added me, you seem very nifty! *waves*
Medea d'Colchismedea_dcolchis on May 19th, 2006 02:17 pm (UTC)
*waves "Hi" back*
spicables_singsspicables_sings on June 5th, 2006 01:41 pm (UTC)
oh such WONDERFUL things are happening
I have been following le_universe's posts to Itself-and-Its-selves...a while. We're all in it...all little universes. It's so brilliant. Just look at it from all angles and spheres...... wow !
The human journey is great huh, I agree.