“What is your best discovery?” asked the Mole.
“That I am enough,” said the Boy.
Kindness is our birthright. Anything other than kindness is an illusion.
We have forgotten the God, the Bible says, who gave us birth.
God is love and anything other than love is an illusion.
The Course in Miracles says: “Truth does not fight against illusions, nor do illusions fight against the truth. Illusions battle only with themselves. . . .Truth stands radiant, apart from conflict, untouched and quiet in the peace of God.” The truth is we are enough.
When we realize we are enough, we can simply be the kindness that we are. This does not make us special. No one is special; to believe so is ego. A Course in Miracles says comparison is an ego device, for love makes none. Specialness always makes comparisons. It is established by a lack seen in another, and maintained by searching for, and keeping clear in sight, all lacks it can perceive.
Enjoy this wonderful book by Charles Mackesy, as well as the movie The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse on Apple TV.
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