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So often we get impatient with the Divine upon waiting for our heart’s desires to be fulfilled. Our frustration kicks in and we very quickly fall into the trap of distrust, our complains get endless. Have you ever stopped to consider that when we have fallen off the path towards love and light and divinity, the Divine never complains at our laziness or ignorance but is patient at all times. Lessons and guides are around us every moment of our lives but our eyes are shut to this unconditional love. It is our perception that needs to change and hopefully it is not too late!!!

Posted on: January 3, 2011


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