Daily Dose for the Soul

A Sense of Awe

You have to admit that just the concept of infinity is awesome. No beginning. No ending. Everywhere at once. No time. And all of it here and now. The fact that you’re a part of this infinite universe and that you emerged into the finite is mind boggling. It defines description. The active side of the infinity inspires a sense of awe. When you’re in a state of awe, you’re in a persistent state of gratitude. Perhaps the surest way of happiness and fulfilment in life is to thank and praise your Source for everything that happens to you. Then, even when a calamity arises, you can be assured that you’ll turn it into a blessing.

In the inactive side of infinity, you assume that you’re only here temporarily, and therefore you have no obligation to the universe, the planet, or its inhabitants. By denying your infinite nature, you move through life taking everyday miracles for granted.

Reference : The Power of Intention. Dr. Wayne W. Dyer.

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Again! Love this❤️ Such a good piece of writing 🙏

    Liked by 2 people

  2. GS says:

    The entire 14 billion-year life-span of the universe in which we are temporarily residing is infinitesimally small, when viewed from the perspective of the infinite realm in which our consciousness actually resides. It is so small that we might say that our universe does not actually exist at all. For me, this helps put in proper perspective the suffering and evil that is permitted by God to exist in our physical universe. Technically, it exists for such a brief period of time that it might as well not exist at all. It mainly exists only in our minds, as memories. Our experiences here on earth will remain with us for all eternity in the form of a very useful memory bank of lessons learned, some of them painfully, but only lasting for a brief, infinitesimal, speck of time.

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for the reblog.

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