“Now do we live, for now we cannot die. The wish for death is answered, and the sight that looked upon it now has been replaced by vision which perceives that you are not what you pretend to be. One walks with you Who gently answers all your fears with this one merciful reply, “It is not so.” He points to all the gifts you have each time the thought of poverty oppresses you, and speaks of His Companionship when you perceive yourself as lonely and afraid.”
I don’t have to walk the dream alone; in fact, I can’t. I have gifts I’ve forgotten, but my Companion has not, and I can give them to all members of God’s One Creation.
Even in the darkness of the dream of a body, there is a literal glow of light. Japanese scientists, using very sensitive cameras, discovered that the skin of our foreheads, cheeks, and necks emit faint light, brightest in the afternoon. So, we try to hide our true identities, but we cannot do so, thank God!