Last week I published a brief post about God’s faithfulness and our response of gratitude that can come from reflecting or meditating on it. It was based on verses 2 and 3 of the 26th Psalm.
When I think about God’s love and unfailing goodness, it always reminds me that her love can always be appropriated by all of us, all of her children.
This amplifies my feelings of great gratitude! It’s such a splendid thought–one upon which I often meditate–that each of us bears the image of the Divine One in our soul.
Looking for the Divinity in your fellows will help to align your soul–and your intentions–in a direction of gratitude. And when our intention is aligned this way, our actions will follow suit.
This principle, this truth about human behavior, is as unfailing as God’s Love.
Here’s is a meditation, a mantram that can help to focus your intentions in that way:
Oh God, thank you for your love and unfailing goodness!A suggested meditation for grateful people
The aforementioned post from last week laid the foundation for this one and can be found here.
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