313 Come to the Edge

313 Come To The Edge

I like Mr. Emmet Fox's suggestions for today, about letting the powerful hoist do the heavy work. When the work is too heavy I call for a hoist. This hoist is our Father’s Omnipotence, Omniscience and Omnipresence. He is our Operator. All I need to do is ask Him to do for me what I am unable to do. Our Father and us together can take care of any challenge that may occur. "The life of man is a self-evolving circle, which from a ring imperceptibly small, rushes on all sides outwards to new and larger circles and that without end." (Ralph Waldo Emerson) Remember this; we are on an eternal Spiritual Path, known or unknown by each of us. We are going Home. Even the detours are helpful. If we did not get "lost" once in a while we would grossly limit our experience of the wonderful world we live in, our Father's handy work. Let us enjoy every inch of our journey. We can always find an "if only". When our hearts, minds and souls shifts to our Father knows best, we are taking a leap of faith. By now we realize that there is always a purpose, His. "Come to the edge," he said. They said, "We are afraid." "Come to the edge," he said. They came. He pushed them...and they flew." (Guillaume Apollinaire) Thy Love be done.

Random Awakening

Al Kohallek asked his sponsor if he heard about the nine ever-day elements of love. Lou-is replied, when I came into the Program so many members of our group were reading a book written a longtime ago. The title was The Greatest Thing in the World, by Henry Drummond (1851 – 1897). He listed what many believed to be the greatest thing or good. In his judgment like Paul’s in 1 Corinthians 13 was love. I will share a little of my experience for each one of these elements of love for I believe our Program is a way of life and that life is love.