My Access Solutions Provider

18 June 2018 Monday 10:22pm

“Your Access Solutions Provider”

I saw this on a pickup truck this morning while on my way to the beach. And I’ve been wondering all day what it meant. I just looked up the word “access” and was surprised to find out that in theology, it means “approach to God through Jesus Christ.” Woah…Okay…So let me look up the meaning of the word “solution.” One of the meanings is: “an explanation or answer.” Next word is “provider.” It means “a person who supports a family or another person.” So if I put that all together it would read: “Your approach to God through Jesus Christ as an explanation or answer is a person who supports a family or another person.” Hm…That doesn’t make sense.

Try turning it around. Your provider solutions access.

Okay…Maybe I should change that to “My” instead of “Your”—my provider for explanations or answers on how to approach God. Wait a sec..I don’t need anyone to provide me with explanations or answers on how to approach God. I’m doing it right now. Although, Neale’s books did give me the idea of writing out my thoughts to God.

Not everyone writes, my dear.

I know. Which means there are countless ways of approaching God in all of us—not just in writing. So then, why did you show me that sign?

So you will wonder why I showed you that sign. So you will ponder and seek the explanation for yourself, through yourself. So you will know how to look for your own explanations and answers. So you will know that you do not need anyone to explain or give you answers on how to approach God. And neither does anyone.

I know that. But some people don’t.

That’s what messengers are for. To bring awareness that anyone can approach God on their own. God does not need to use any intermediary to talk to anyone. God is the voice in your head. God is the voice of another. God is the song on your radio, or the characters in your movies. God is the words in your books, in your newspapers, on someone’s blog or a website. God is the creatures on this earth. God is the trees and the flowers and the plants in your gardens. God is the sky, the wind and the rain and the sun. God is everything. God is the meaning you give everything that you see, think, touch, sense, smell, taste, hear. You are your own access solutions provider. If you will only believe.

A Fond Farewell

30 May 2018 Wednesday 6:49am

“Goodbye doesn’t mean forever.”

It sounds contradictory.

In what sense?

I’m not sure. It just does. Maybe I should look up the meaning of “contradictory.”

Go ahead.

Okay. “Contradictory” means “a proposition so related to a second that it is impossible for both to be true or both to be false.” So, does that apply to that phrase?

I don’t know. You tell me. You’re the one who finds it contradictory. Try to take it apart first.

Okay. “Goodbye” means “farewell (a conventional expression used at parting).” That’s it. That doesn’t really explain much.

How about the word “farewell”?

“Farewell” has more. It means:

1. goodby; may you fare well: Farewell, and may we meet again in happier times.

2. an expression of good wishes at parting: They made their farewells and left.

3. leave-taking; departure: a fond farewell.

4. a party given to a person who is about to embark on a long journey, retire, leave an organization, etc.

Choose one.

I choose #3—“leave-taking; departure: a fond farewell.”

Alright. Replace the word “goodbye” in that phrase with the words “a fond farewell.”

Okay. A fond farewell doesn’t mean forever.

Does that still sound contradictory to you?

Nope. It sounds so much better. It sounds of love all around.

Love never says goodbye, my child.

Yup, love only says a fond farewell.

What Do Cows Drink?

18 May 2018 Friday 7:20am

God, what does Y-E-S spell?

Yes.

So then what does E-Y-E-S spell?

Eyes?

Um…Never mind. It doesn’t work here.

What is it about, child?

There’s this video that Danielle showed me last night. It’s someone asking what those words spell. It’s kind of like a trick question but it isn’t. It’s very funny in the sense that the answer is so obvious and simple but some people just can’t get the right answer. Maybe because it doesn’t register in their mind that it’s actually the word “eyes”. They keep pronouncing it either as “ee-yes” or “ease”. The one asking is usually overheard giggling and laughing which makes the prank even funnier.

So it’s a prank?

Well, no. Not really. It’s a trick question…Well…No, not really either. Um…I don’t know what it is.

It’s a trick of the mind, my dear. When you asked the first question, it influenced the answer to the next question. Try doing it the other way around.

I don’t think it’ll work. And it won’t be as funny. It’s like fear, isn’t it? When we put a seed of fear into the mind, it’ll influence how we see the world.

Precisely. So what do you think will happen if you put a seed of love into the mind instead?

Then we will see the world through the eyes of love.

Yes. Through the eyes of the soul. By the way, did you fall for it?

Fall for what?

The trick of the mind?

Nope. Danielle asked me the question before she showed me the video. She was disappointed when I immediately answered “eyes”.

Why do you think that is?

Because she’s asked me trick questions before. I fall for some. So I’m sort of ready for her now.

You’re getting honed.

Yeah. Um…God?

Yes?

What do cows drink?

Water.

Argh. You’re no fun.