Oregon, US of A
Monday, September 7, 2020

“Real families are built upon tolerance, patience, and forgiveness.”  [UB 142:7:11]

Thought Adjuster: “This brief statement provides much food for thought.  During his earthly sojourn, Jesus made it very clear that the kingdom of Heaven boils down to the family of humankind under the divine parenthood.  He also frequently referred to the Golden Rule of treating others as you wish to be treated by them—or by the Father—with tolerance, patience, and infinite forgiveness.

If you abide by Jesus’ enlightened admonitions, your world will quickly become a Petri dish for positive spiritual and emotional transformation.

Let us take a plant nursery as an example.  The prerequisites for a successful blooming season are appropriate soil acidity, hydration, and light exposure.  If any of these elements is out of balance, the seedlings will not thrive.

If you profess to be a child of God, how does your life reflect it?  The Father does not demand a monopoly of your love.  He wishes for it to overflow in your interactions with your planetary roommates of the human, animal, and vegetable species. All are love-starved.

In higher realms where love sets the ambiance, everything is dipped in a vibrant palette of colors that project a spell-binding luminosity as they bask in the auric field of love.  In your world, the telltale glow of love radiates from the faces of those who lead their lives, doing their best to keep up with the love tempo.  They are ‘attractive’ in the full sense of the word, as each soul harbors a soft spot for love—whether it admits to it or not.

It is not a weakness to be tolerant, patient, and compassionate.  It is a strength of character, even though it is often mocked and ridiculed by those who lack these admirable traits.   They would rather have others sink to their level to feel justified in their loveless ways.”