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Application February 16, 2014

February 15, 2010

February 16, 2014

How do we have enduring strength amidst hard times…

To find enduring strength is surrendering to our own self that we are not the power for our lives anymore… To acknowledge that there’s a part of us that has fallen into the three-dimensional hole, and we call this hole Self Will…

We surrender to: the part of Self that creates drama and then finds Self attracted to it.
We surrender to: at times we can be our own worst enemy.
We surrender to: at times we fight with this world while trying to survive.
We surrender to: at times we don’t feel good and that we’re the ones who created the bad feelings…
…and we can’t get ourselves out of it.   This is the ultimate surrender…

Ultimate surrender leads us, of course, to God and the enduring strength.

Because God is the one who gives us the sign that tells us the direction we should go in… Because God is the one who brings someone special into our lives to tell us that we’re not all bad and there’s a lot of good… Because God is the one that is the source of our true power to endure hard times, financial hardship, broken relationships, and social changes…

We find our true comfort in knowing that God does have a plan for us, and that plan is for us to be happy and usefully whole today… Each moment as we reach for God’s will for our lives, we are shown the steps to take that lead us to our true purpose…

So reach out and trust in God to find your enduring strength…

Much love,


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  1. Anonymous permalink
    February 16, 2010 3:59 pm

    If “surrender” means to cross over to the winning side, I will surrender to the guidance of Great Creator.

    I need help with the concept of “usefully whole” – my tendancy is to equate usefullness with serving other people. Then I look for validation from others. Voila, I’ve created attachments and dependencies, a familiar rut! KC, what are your insights into the meaning of “usefully whole”?

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