Sunday, March 16, 2014
The Glory and Magnificence of Who You Are
You are more than you could ever imagine and greater by far than you give yourself credit for. The same magnificent, creative essence which made the sun, stars, earth and moon also created you. And just like all of these magnificent creations, you too were designed to display and reflect a bit of glory of the creative entity which fashioned you. It's a glory and power you first have to accept though, before you can truly appreciate what this really entails. Everyone has access to it, but only few it seems really understand, utilize and honor this miraculous, life transforming truth.
John Mayer says in his song Bigger Than My Body, "Someday I'll fly, someday I'll soar, someday I'll be so damn much more, cause I'm bigger than my body gives me credit for." These are some great and powerful words. But the truth of the matter is, we all are... We oftentimes sell ourselves short in life because we forget this.
Once you honor and learn to utilize The Glory and Magnificence of Who You Are, life is bound to change drastically for you. Once you realize that you are connected to an infinite, power supply and extravagant life force, and you begin to understand that you have access to all of its mighty and limitless energy and resources, you will then understand that anything is possible, anything at all... Accepting this gift is accepting a divine present of possibilities.
So own your power and accept the gift that is already inside of you. It's a free gift from a loving presence. And think of it this way, if an infinite, cosmic source created you, don't you think this source infused you with at least a tiny bit of it's very own glory? The answer is pretty obvious. We live in a stunning, splendid and beautiful world. Magnificence is evidenced all around us everyday. Let us remember that we too are a part of this magnificence and that we're much bigger than we give ourselves credit for.
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