“… What is temptation but the wish to stay in hell and misery? And what could this give rise to but an image of yourself that can be miserable, and remain in hell and torment? Who has learned to see his brother not as this has saved himself, and thus is he a savior to the rest. To everyone has God entrusted all, because a partial savior would be one who is but partly saved…”

CHAPTER 31 – A Course In Miracles – The Final Vision – § 7 The Savior’s Vision


Search for The Soul - Indrajit Rathore

To use a Science. Fiction analogy, the Soul is perpetually concerned to communicate with the ‘Mother-Ship’, trapped as it is in its awkward space suit. The signals are weak, given the inclement weather and heavy atmosphere on earth. The space suit and equipment are also not technically very advanced. Often the weak signals are lost in space. There is also much static noise at base, but the effort continues to communicate, in the hope of a response. It will take time to modify the suit and make it worthy of good communication. The Soul tries hard to work on it, but the hard metal is often unyielding to any change. Occasionally, on a clear day, when the equipment is fully operational the signal goes through and the awaited response comes to the Soul’s delight. My poem on communion employs yet another analogy, that of Alice in Wonderland:

the touch

                                         THE  TOUCH

In a moment…

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