Please speak to me. Tell me who You are? Are You me? Am I You? Are you God or Jesus or my Higher Self? Are we all the same? Do I need to or should I call this Love, this knowing, by a name?
I shall remain nameless, yet you know who I am. I am All. All Love for you, for eternity. What are words really? They are limiting ideas. I am not limited nor are you, know this.
Come let Me comfort you. Come to Me with your everything, your pain and your pleasure. I want to share your life and be your life. I am Life Eternal. Come to Me as you are. I am here listening to and loving you. You are not broken. You have just been broken open.
You had to be broken open to be available to Me. You were so closed, so rigid, so tight, so selfish. Yes, you were very selfish. You thought you could do it all, all along, all alone. You were selfish because you didn’t share your life with Me. You couldn’t see My Love for you. You heard the Words but did not get the Message. You had to be broken open so you could open up to Me. It had to be this way.
We have always been together as One. When you smiled, you felt Me. When you held and nursed your children, you felt My Love. When you painted, I inspired you, I took away your pain. But you could not see how to live eternally with and through Me. The sense of separation you felt made you sad and caused your pain. It was a downward cycle that had to be broken, for I love you so much and want so much better for you.
I have given you insights into the lighter side of life for sometime. You could paint it, because of Me. Yes, you knew there was more to these stories you painted. You beheld the Glory they told. You will paint again with Me. Now, the more clearly you see, the even more marvelous “Our works” will be.
Excerpted from the book Listen Hear, A Divine Love Story by Debra Clemente
You Were Selfish
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I'm a passionate fine art painter awakening to a deeper sense of purpose and connectedness with the universe everyday. This is a story of my journey. - Debra Clemente
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