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March 30

John: He must increase, but I must decrease.”


Doesn't that happen sometimes? Usually, it's a good friend. They are the ones who must move forward, get promoted, whatever it may be, whilst we are the ones left behind. There are no hard feelings, it's just the way it is. It's something we need to accept, although sometimes that's the hardest part unless we are living from a place of love. There is an inner knowing and that inner knowing is the guidance we need to pay attention to.


Take Harry Potter, for example, there were times, right from the beginning, when Harry, Ron, and Hermoine had to play a game of wizard's chess in order to get to the room where the sorcerer's stone would ultimately reveal itself to Harry. Ron was a gifted chess player and at one point knew that it was Harry who had to move on, while Ron took the blow from the queen. Of course, Harry, because he didn't want the sorcerer's stone out of greed, he came to it with a true, pure heart, the stone was revealed to him instead of the evil one.


The more we learn to trust that inner guidance, the more it shows up for us. When that inner guidance is telling us to set aside and let the other rise, there is beauty.


If we have ever felt that something was unfair, especially if someone got the promotion we had our hopes set on, those are ego-driven feelings. Oftentimes ego-driven feelings are fueled by fear and lack. If we can step aside and set the ego down in the chair next to us, we will see and feel love and abundance. If we lift another with well-wishes, we get lifted as well. Our words have power and if we lift someone with our words, we will be lifted as well.


There is plenty of God's love to go around. God's love is infinite. It's abundant and there is nothing God would rather do than shower us with blessings. Just ask, trust, and be grateful.


March 30


Mark: for they had said, “He has an unclean spirit.”


Luke: son of Simeon, son of Judah, son of Joseph, son of Jonam, son of Eliakim,


John: He must increase, but I must decrease.”


Romans: since God is one; and he will justify the circumcised on the ground of faith and the uncircumcised through that same faith.

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