I am as God created me
The lesson today asks us to set the idols of the ego aside and get back to fundamentals. The basic question all human beings are challenged by is “What and who am I?” The answer, according to A Course In Miracles, is “I am as God created me.”
In Alcoholic Anonymous, in step eleven, we are encouraged through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with the Source from which we have emanated. This Source, as the mystics tell us is the “ground of our being.” This Ground of our Being is pure and uncorrupted by the nonsense which has buried our awareness of it by the insanity of the ego.
In Unitarian Universalism, we covenant together, hopefully with sincere commitment, to affirm and promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person. This worth and dignity was bestowed on us when God created us and God loves God’s creatures, as the Universalists have taught, unconditionally.
Today, we are asked to take 5 minutes at the beginning of every hour and remind ourselves that “I am as God created me.” We then are to wait expectantly for the light, joy, and peace to fill us with bliss.
My Kind Of Church Music
Hallelujah sung by K.D. Laing