“I need do nothing”

When peace comes at last to those who wrestle with temptation and fight against the giving in to sin; when the light comes at last into the mind given to contemplation; or when the goal is finally achieved by anyone, it always comes with one happy realization; “I need do nothing.” Here is the ultimate release which everyone will one day find in his own way, at his own time.” (ACIM txt VII.I page 389)

The Source of all movement, that is Known as Perfect Equilibrium, is not limited by a boundary of belief spinning “around” it. One need do nothing to Know this Equilibrium.

The “nothing doing” of this Equilibrium is what is remembered by forgetting the senses of a disconnected self and remembering the Supreme Personality or Sense of the Father that is Given to His Son. The Father is Love. His Son is Love. The Son of God, in all of his simulations of Reality, is but striving to create the Supreme Person that he Is.

As long as you feel yourself to be a separate individual person you will think of God as separate and apart from your Self. Until you can think of your Self as The Person, or the Universal Self, God will be another Being whom you may reverence, or worship, or ask favors from or depend upon, in the measure of your KNOWLEDGE of God” (Walter Russell).

As the body goes about writing as if it is an entity separate from the Supreme, I am not attached nor adverse to it. I have no favours to ask of God. I am not just the polarized body, I am also the depolarized body; yet in Reality, I am always both, and I am never either. I am the Source of all divided activity, yet I am only Undivided Source.

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