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We, as human beings, are endowed with many amazing attributes. To think about what we have achieved throughout the years as a species makes the mind boggle. How equipped we are to invent and innovate. How wired up we are to survive the worst of conditions. How fortunate we are to love and know love. Our capacity for intellect sees no boundary. We outdo ourselves in creating new and wondrous things. One would think that with all this power and ingenuity we would be individuals who are stable and self supportive. How is it then that, except for a small % of individuals who are the exception, our human population is not equipped to cope with life mentally and emotionally as self contained vehicles? How is it that we are so insecure and without resources when it comes to facing life directly? Why do we look outward or upward or to any other thing that we think will take care of us? By utilizing our innate power and intelligence we can begin to be responsible ourselves for all the things we pray outwardly for. We can recognize we are the manifestations of That to which we pray, and as That, have inherited the capability to walk on our own in joyous reflection. We are the Endowment; not simply the endowed. It is just too sloppy and childish an attitude to turn our suffering over to anything including the Universal Intelligence without first admitting our own personal ability to sustain. We do have that ability. It has never been fully tested. In most cases it has never even been questioned or examined. Our entire condition on the earth would change for the better if we would make this shift. Humanity would begin to exhibit the highest of Divine purpose. We can no longer continue to operate in the same old patterns without questioning every detail of what we are doing and why. We can no longer live by belief systems that belong to the past. Beliefs change but the Truth never does. To discover what is true for us now takes questioning and examination of even our most ingrained beliefs. Somehow we have bought into the idea that we are dependent upon something greater than ourselves. We are not. We are co- creators with The Absolute.
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