Gift of Life

October 18, 2013

Here’s a great story for you!

A group of scientists who having discovered the secrets of cloning decided they would have a conference with God to tell God He was no longer needed. Yes, God had created humanity and all of life, in fact, from the very dust of the earth. But now science had taken over the job and God could retire.


So the top scientists in the world gathered together and they called God to a conference having told God, He/She was no longer required.


God said, “Explain this to me.”


They said, “We now know how to make life out of dust ourselves.”


God said, “Well then, okay, you go ahead and show me how you can do that.”


So they reached down for some dirt and God said, “Uh, uh, uh, get your own dirt.”


I love that story because it just reminds us we get confused at times and think things really belong to us even our life itself.   We begin to forget at times how precious the gift is of our daily life.


In everything we call ours, even our children, our spouses, our friends; they’re gifts on loan from the Universe.


How precious it is to have these gifts in our lives this day; to have eyes to see and ears to hear. This day is a gift and it all belongs to the one who sources all of this.


So this day let’s walk around in appreciation that we get to walk in the abundance of the gift of this life.


To Your Gift of LIFE,


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Life is an inside out game.  Through our own volition or will we can create a life we would love living.  Take a look at this quote by James Allen from his book “As a Man Thinketh” and ask yourself if you are living according to Environment, Circumstance, and Chance or by Spirit and Will.

You will be what you will to be;

Let failure find its false content

In that poor word, “Environment”,

But Spirit scorns it, and is free.


It masters time, it conquers space;

It cowes that boastful trickster, Chance,

And bids the tyrant Circumstance

Uncrown, and fill a servant’s place.


The human Will, that force unseen,

The offspring of a deathless Soul,

Can hew a way to any goal,

Though walls of granite intervene.


Be not impatient in delays

But wait as one who understands;

When Spirit rises and commands

The gods are ready to obey.