The Comforter, the Spirit of God, is closer to you than your breath.
A reflection on the motherliness of God as the bringer of comfort and compassion.
As emphasized in Buddhist teaching, every aspect of life is impermanent. Change, therefore, is inevitable. How we flow with it is key.
It is our human nature to seek comfort, but growth, change and real joy may require step out of our comfort zone.
We tend to be afraid of change, but engaging in that fear will hold us back from experiencing the joy and abundance God desires for us.
The act of surrendering and letting go is the only way to be in the present moment.
The path of releasing and surrendering to God is simple yet difficult, as we tend to cling to the trauma of the world, though it is ultimately illusory in nature.
The essence of the spiritual path is to remember the truth of who we are, one with God and one with all.
When we commune with nature we are remembering and allowing in That which is constantly communing with us.
You are a dynamic expression of God on the quest to know and reveal more of your true self.