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They have justified their actions on the basis of executive responsibilities they find inherent in the Constitution. He has invoked that vague prerogative on numerous occasions to satisfy much larger objectives of the executive branch. Donald C. Howell and Jon C. James A. Thurber Lanham, Md.

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If you act lovingly, you will be acting naturally. If you react fearfully, resentfully, angrily, you may be acting normally, but you will never be acting naturally. Ignore your previous experience and go into the moment. Be Here Now. See what there is to work with right now in creating yourself anew.


This is the purpose of all of life. Life is an ongoing, never-ending process of re-creation. You keep recreating your selves in the image of your next highest idea about yourselves. And I tell you this: Men have achieved results much greater than flying. Men have healed sickness.

Men have raised the dead. You think only one man has been granted such powers over the physical universe? And who called upon Me to heal the sick, and raise the dead? Now, do you think that what Moses and Jesus did, you cannot do? And do you think that you cannot ask Me these same miraculous things?

Yes, many people do believe that. They believe they have no power, but they have seen or believe others who had seen the power of Jesus, so they ask in his name. These thing? Many do not to this day. You all imagine you are unworthy. So you ask in the name of Jesus. Or the Blessed Virgin Mary. Or the Sun God. Or the spirit of the East. Yet I tell you this—Ask and you shall receive. Seek and you shall find. Knock and it shall be opened unto you.

Jump off the building and you shall fly. And people who have walked through walls. And even left their bodies. Yes, yes. Nor do I think we should jump off buildings. That man fell to his death not because he could not have flown if he were coming from the right state of Being but because he could never have demonstrated Godliness by trying to show himself as separate from you.

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The man on the building lived in a world of self-delusion in which he imagined himself to be other than the rest of you. He hoped to make himself separate. More powerful. Ego—that which is separate, individual—can never duplicate or demonstrate that which is One. By seeking to demonstrate that he was God, the man on the building demonstrated only his separateness, not his unity, with all things.

Thus, he sought to demonstrate Godliness by demonstrating Ungodliness, and failed. Jesus, on the other hand, demonstrated Godliness by demonstrating Unity—and seeing Unity and Wholeness wherever and upon whomever he looked. In this his consciousness and My consciousness were One, and, in such a state, whatever he called forth was made manifest in his Divine Reality in that Holy Moment. I see. Well, that should make things simple….


Actually, it does. More simple than you think. And many have achieved such consciousness. Many have been Christed, not just Jesus of Nazareth. By seeking to be. By choosing to be.


But it is a choice you must make every day, every minute. It must become the very purpose of your life. It is the purpose of your life—you simply do not know it.