Debbie Ford sent forth the message this morning …
THE LIGHT OF THE COMPASSION
“Compassion holds the key to living outside the confines of our ego’s limitations and expanding our perception of reality. It gives us the ability to look beyond the filters of our own judgments and to see the world through divine eyes. Compassion enables us to stop taking things so personally, to step out of human limitations and drama, and to see the world through the eyes of God. In that world, as humans, each of us are capable of acts of great light and extreme darkness and everyone is doing the best they can given their individual circumstances and painful experiences of the past. When we are living in the light of compassion, we are free to surrender our judgments and instead experience the liberation of our souls by trusting in the divine perspective and the perfection of the divine plan.”
Today I witnessed a car accident with a motorcycle where the motorcyclist clearly had the right of way. It was a miracle that everyone was alright. Angels were there watching over the two women.
I found myself the eye witness. The woman who was in the car was clearly upset, even though technically, the accident was her error. I felt compassion for both women. It was clearly a mistake. The woman in the car asked me what I saw. I told her, assuring her to have strength. It’s tough to take when you make a mistake. Especially when it could have meant someone else’s life. I gently told the woman what I saw happen.
Gods eyes are my eyes.
Debbie Ford’s Soul Food for Today:
God’s eyes are my eyes.
Debbie Ford’s Workbook Questions for Today:
What situations or circumstances of your own life do you need to view with more compassion? Where or how are you judging yourself and making yourself wrong?
What situations or what people in your external world do you need to see through the eyes of compassion? Where or how are you taking something personally or holding righteous judgments about a circumstance, situation or person?
What specifically can you do to shift your perspective and bring more compassion to yourself and your internal world? What action or practice will support you to be more compassionate with yourself and your human shortcomings?
What do you need to do to shift your perspective and have a more compassionate view of the people and circumstances in your external world? What action, practice or structure will support you in developing greater levels of compassion for the humanity of others?
What will shift in your life when you bring greater levels of compassion to your day-today experience? How will viewing yourself and the world around you through God’s eyes help to bring about the fulfillment of your soul’s desires?
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