What if I were to tell you that, on My Behalf, you can let go of holding on and begin to allow yourself to be akin to an angel? No longer are you to exult in disharmony. No longer are you to feel beleaguered and find arguments to extend even internally with yourself at great length. Have you thought that arguing and finding fault enhance the world and the Word of God?
You have the wherewithal to please and be pleased rather than to be displeased.
Bestow harmony. Harmony is a blessing. What is all this fuss you have made about how so-called others in the world treat you? Must you go around feeling put upon? What if you would expend greater Good Will and make Good Will shine on Earth?
Which of My Children hasn’t wished for Earth to be more welcoming and less disheartening than it may have seemed? Is it possible you would start the trend?
What would it take? It would take some letting go of your hard feelings. You might not yet be able to admit to the straight goods that: You have been more likely to latch onto discontent rather than content.
It seems to be easier for you to feel aggrieved than to feel pleased. It might even be that you may stir up an argument more than you are genial and likely to quell arguments. Your stance in Life may have been to look for a fight.
You may tend to feel that there is more honor due you. You are undoubtedly right. You never saw yourself as a rabble-rouser, yet now you are wondering if you don’t rig your Life in such a way that you might rally disturbance in the world.
You had thought you were the good guy, and now you wonder. You have thought you were stepped on. You may have been an underachiever in the world, mistreated, abused and, now, you don’t like to see it or say it, yet you begin to see that you could have been the one who has been looking for a fuss all along. You see the possibility that you are the disrupter, the arguer, the one who lacks appreciation for others that you always thought others were lacking for you.
Perhaps you have been the culprit all along, you the good guy that you now come to wonder about. It seems that you are quick to convict others of what you were oblivious to in yourself. You dwelt on an I and a thou, a you and a me. Alas, it is thee of little Faith.
You had seen yourself all wide-eyed and innocent. If anyone had been set upon, could you have been the troublemaker, not the other way around?
But to whom do you apologize? There could be a long line. This one and that one didn’t do well by you. You were sure that this one and that one didn’t care enough about you. All these years, you could have had the shoe on the other foot. You had sincerely believed that you were owed apologies. You had sincerely believed that you had been trespassed upon.
It is a lot for you to swallow that you may have been unkind, unthinking, and unloving, looking for fault. You were the displeased. You had been the accuser. Maybe you really weren’t not so merciful as you had believed.
Where do you begin now? You are seeing yourself in a new light, and not a brighter Light. Now you find yourself looking at yourself straight in the eye. How do you change the world when it is yourself who is to change and to grow? Now you have confronted yourself.
Beloveds, where do We go from here?