May I turn toward Light, even in darkness … #Quote 160

Forest Sunbeams

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The world will change when we change.

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Marianne Williamson

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~ by Julianna on December 15, 2012.

12 Responses to “May I turn toward Light, even in darkness … #Quote 160”

  1. oh that is such a pretty picture

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  2. […] May I turn toward Light, even … on J. Ricci Energy […]

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    • Hi Hakescafe – thanks for stopping in and then reblogging! I always say that I want the vibration of this site to travel far and wide, and I’m glad you’re a part of that sharing!

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  3. Ah, but will we ever change?

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    • Hi Arnold! I DO indeed believe we change. Always, in every moment, of course. And when we deliberately intend to move in an expansive, loving direction, then we’re consciously ‘changing’ in a direction that brings beauty. So yes, yes, yes, I do most definitely believe we not only “will” but “are.” All it takes is a conscious choice! How about you? What are your thoughts on it?

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      • I was thinking more of mankind in general, we are still as vile to each other on an international scale as we were 1000 years ago, we just do it more efficiently now…

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        • Yes, this is true for sure. I still hold faith/knowing that there is great Light in each of us, and the more we allow our own to shine, the more we permit others to shine theirs. For me, that’s why Turning Toward Light is so important … my vibration Serves best when it is aligned as much as possible with Light. Certainly sometimes are more challenging than others. It’s all an opportunity to remember…

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  4. true and before we, when “I” will dissolve.

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    • Nirmal, can you restate this? I really want to understand what you’re saying, but can’t quite figure it out. Thanks!

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      • sorryfor being too short, what i meant that before being collective, the inidividual ego i.e “I” has to dissolve. one need to dissolve in nature andthe word “I” should be used only as reference but not as identity. 🙂

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