“Your efforts, however little they may be, have strong support. Did you but realize how great this strength, your doubts would vanish. Today we will devote ourselves to the attempt to let you feel this strength. When you have felt the strength in you, which makes all miracles within your easy reach, you will not doubt. The miracles your sense of weakness hides will leap into awareness as you feel the strength in you.”
I’m not there yet, but I’m willing to move in the direction of the fulfillment of these promises.
Tonight, I am concentrating on helping my guide dog of seven years, Waylon, who will be undergoing major dental surgery tomorrow. He is a gentle, playful, hard-working being, and I do not want him to suffer. So, I am affirming that the same strength which is in me is in him too. I’m sending peaceful thoughts to him, as well as petting him and talking to him softly. His reality is no more physical than mine, though, for the next few days, we will both probably seem to experience ourselves as bodies. As I said above, I’m not there yet, but willing to go in the direction my Elder Brother leads me–and Waylon.