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Mar 28, 2019
Quote by Rumi: “Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.”

This game we call our reality produces a very convincing illusion of separation, limitation, and danger.  Ego and fear emerge as a consequence, which then inevitably leads to all the drama characteristic of these states of consciousness — competition, conflict, and the dance of victims and perpetrators and rescuers.

The antidote to ego and fear is to realize the bigger picture of what we really are and why we are here playing the Earth game.  Once you grasp the bigger picture, then you'll understand there is nothing to fear and fear will lose its grip on you and you will begin the shift towards your natural state of consciousness — which of course, is love.

All my love,


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