Jan. 6, 2015
My Nature Is Love
In December, 2014, I published a West Virginian folk tale about a rattlesnake’s nature which, according to this story, is to strike and kill. (See Start Over Consulting.net )
Using the traditional story teller method of using a story to get a point across, I wanted people to stop and think about the promises given us. Is it the nature of this person, group, or institution to keep its word? Is its word against its nature?
The rattlesnake can promise from here to Kingdom Come that it will not strike and kill; it’s nature will win out over its word every time. In other words, if the promise is contrary to what the promiser does or has done, don’t believe or trust.
In today’s world, if one takes in print or electronic media data, it’s easy to forget that our true nature is to love. We are love. We came from love, and when we leave this present experience we will return to love.
If we so chose, we can live in love right now in our present experience of life. Let’s go to the angels. Let’s ask that we be supported and nurtured as beings of love, living in love, experiencing love right here and right now.
Angels of All of Us
Angels of all of us,
It is so good to know you are here with us always. I give thanks that we can feel your presence, that some of us can see you in great detail and that others of us catch occasional glimpses. Seeing you doesn’t matter. What matters is that we see the results of your actions on our behalf in the world. For this we give thanks.
Angels, we know that our true nature is love. Love is our nature. Bring us the ideas, information, energy, people and support to let our love nature be the dominate force in our experience.
Help us to consciously make this choice–to allow love to be our first and only choice–in all our doings.
Angels, we thank you.
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