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Beloved One, Master of Creation, I intrust myself into Your almighty Wisdom and Presence. Hold me in Your arms of Loving Kindness, comfort me from my pains and anxieties ~ You are the great Healer of the Universe, I entrust my being into Your healing hands ~ ~

I am here to serve You, Beloved One, forever. Please take care of my being, my body, my baby like soul, my budding awareness. Harmonize them, please, bring them into perfect alignment with this world and with You. I am Yours forever, my Beloved One, Creator of all beings, all souls, giver of all Life ~ ~ ~

You breathe Your Life into us through the breath. Let me breathe with awareness. Your holy Breath of Life flows through me, in and out, in and out, bringing peace and Life.

Your bounties are infinite. You are sustaining us at every moment with Your holy Presence, Your Powerful Breath of Life.

Beloved One, I long to be Yours in consciousness, forever.

I long for You, for Your all- intoxicating sweetness, Your Beingness, in enchantment and wonder, in grace and loving kindness, in holy Bliss, …

Open my consciousness, open my heart to Your words of Peace and Strength, guide my will to Your ways and designs.

I am pleading with You, Beloved, from the depths of my being, take my will into Your hands, refine it, purify it with Your magic touch of holiness and purity.

From the book “Answers from Above” by Liliane Ritche


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poor man came to the house of an elderly couple. Unfortunately they had nothing in the house to give him except an old piece of fish “from before the time of Noah’s Ark and the flood.” Out of desperation, they served him this fish and the next thing they knew he had to be rushed to the hospital. The elderly couple, of course, accompanied him to the hospital but, unfortunately, watched him die in front of their eyes.

At the funeral the elderly woman was crying uncontrollably and her husband was having a hard time trying to console her. She was hysterically screaming, “The fish killed him, the fish killed him.”

The husband who couldn’t stand to see his wife in such a state comforted her and said, “My darling, it’s really not that bad. We had the merit of fulfilling three good deeds: Welcoming guests, visiting the sick, and escorting the deceased!”