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"I am a person with a unique frequency who is becoming a son of God."

Wednesday, August 25, 2010


“All things done in love become you.”

QUESTION: What does it mean to “do things in love?”

ANSWER: To choose and act in love is to do things from the heart. It is awakened doing. The three modes of awakened doing are: acceptance, enjoyment, and enthusiasm. Each one represents a certain vibrational frequency of consciousness. (A New Earth, p. 295)

“[W]hatever is done, whether in the physical world, in human relations, in the substance of thought, or spiritual contact—whatever is done with love endures. All else is consumed in the eventual transformation. . . ‘[T]hings done heartily’—these alone have a complete and ultimate influence in the accretion and the fashioning of the spirit entity.” (With Folded Wings, p. 50) The course of personal development, then, is a constant transferal from that which is outside in experience, permanently to that which is—not inside, but ourselves." (With Folded Wings, p. 33)

“For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.”
(Matthew 6:21)

I Am
(Written by Keith L. Jensen on 1/26/2010)

I am loved
I am a unique individuating free will

I am the wind blowing across open prairies
I am the sun sparkling on new fallen snow
I am the laughter of a crystal clear mountain spring
I am long walks by myself . . . and with a friend or two

I am a son, a brother, a cousin, a nephew, a . . .
I am the partner of my beautiful wife
I am the father of two beautiful children

I am curiosity—the wanting to understand the “how’s,” “what’s,” and “why’s” of life

I am a lover of stories
I am a teller of stories

I am a loving presence, a loyal friend
I am courageous

I am laughter, music, dance . . .
I am the silence—the stillness—between each sound and motion

I am a unique combination of all things I love

I am becoming a son of God
I am a mystery . . .

Tuesday, August 24, 2010


The beginning of the fight against hatred, the basic Christian answer to hatred is not the commandment to love, but what must necessarily come before in order to make the commandment bearable and comprehensible. It is a prior commandment, to believe. The root of Christian love is not the will to love, but the faith that one is loved. The faith that one is loved by God. That faith that one is loved by God although unworthy—or, rather, irrespective of one's worth!

In the true Christian vision of God's love, the idea of worthiness loses its significance. Revelation of the mercy of God makes the whole problem of worthiness something almost laughable: the discovery that worthiness is of no special consequence (since no one could ever, by himself, be strictly worthy to be loved with such a love) is a true liberation of the spirit. And until this discovery is made, until this liberation has been brought about by the divine mercy, man is imprisoned in hate. (New Seeds of Contemplation by Thomas Merton, pp. 76-77)

We love him, because he first loved us. (1 John 4:19)