Or we won't.
As always, well-put, Marianne. The analogy to the wound sums up our collective task, and as Messenger of God, Jesus showed us how each of us can cleanse our wounds-and the collective wound of society. This is the larger message of His short and extraordinary life on Earth-and the key to why His Teachings are so enduring.
Outstanding! I have been grappling with how to engage this transformative energies to speak to my spiritual community. I’ve already shared this with my colleagues in ministry and now I have more words to use as I live the Truth I know. Thanks for this message of hope and empowerment in the midst of crisis (dangerous opportunity)
Marianne, this is so eloquently articulated. It sums up the state of the planet, our psyches, our hearts. Thank you. Easter=Hope. I have to believe there is always Hope!
I am rising!!! Thank You needed to hear this today!! Love you!!
I am in tears. Thank you Marianne, this is so true.
"What kind of a society is it, that does NOT place the Children at the very centre of its institutions of power? It's an INSANE society!" Tim "Mac" Macartney.
Mac brings The Children's Fire to QI GLOBAL 2010 13:38 min https://youtu.be/1JchSac-VP0
It might be so overwhelming for some of us individually to light the way to a just and loving world but each small act of love and forgiveness spreads out in ways we can't measure. We are so powerful, that our very thoughts of peace, love, compassion and forgiveness are now resonating in the entire universe. Thank you Marianne, always giving a voice to all our hopes and dreams.
Who will stop the bankers? They can't be loved out of their corruption. -Coming to you from Fairfield County
I ¨hear¨ him saying to everyone ¨Jesus loves you.¨ Happy Easter and Happy Passover to all!
“The world as it now exists is a reflection of who we have been … the world of the future will reflect who we choose to become … Only if we work to rid the darkness in our own hearts can we become the conduits of miraculous change”... Wonderfully Written ... Happy Easter!
YES & AMEN, HALLELUJAH. PRAISE GOD… IT IS SO, NOW!
BRAVA, Marianne Williamson… BRAVE ONE!
Praying GOD’S RICH BLESSINGS & MIRACLES anchored in FORGIVENESS & DIVINE LOVE for you, me, us ALL, NOW! RichElle💗
Time to rise. Give love ❤️
Beautifully said, Marianne. I sent this along to all my friends. So grateful to subscribe.
One’s light can (and will) light up many others. So SHINE ON! 💫☀️🙏🏽
So timely and vitally important as always, Marianne. It was this Easter morning during meditation I grappled with my love for what Jesus gave to man and my inability to incorporate the symbolism of the cross. It came to me yesterday morning, at last, after ruminating on this conflict within myself for many years, that the symbol was a simplistic icon used to touch the souls of people of another time where pain, suffering and violent opposition were so endemic that they would be unable to grasp a different reality.
I realized that the cross was a symbol for us of the journey we all experience as we find ourselves overwhelmed and tired of the struggle of life. Once we come to the point when we decide that we don’t want or need this struggle in our lives, it miraculously disappears as a factor in our consciousness. That is our cross and resurrection. It is embodied in our own evolution. As you clarify in your message today, we have come to an understanding that Jesus did not die to cover us in blood and save us from sin but rather to show us how we too can be resurrected in our own lives.