Publisher: Rowan Blair Colver
Publication Date: August 21, 2015
Binding: Kobo eBook
"In our relationships, we take it for granted that the people we are around know the difference between right and wrong. We understand that when our companions behave in ways that we do not understand or sometimes like, that they are acting according to an inner compass that we must respect. For us to begin condemning a person for behaving in a way that we do not understand although they offer no harm to our surroundings, we are infringing on their right to be.
Perhaps for all of us, the most intimate relationship we have is with God. Even if we do not realise it, the creator of the universe, consciousness and all energy is present and allowing the laws of the universe to remain in place. God is connected to every aspect of our lives and being. However, it is often the case that we are left confused, lonely and without a guide in this large ocean of life. It can feel that the wrongs of the world are so great, and the suffering is so profound that God doesn’t care. It can seem, from our individual perspectives, that God doesn’t know the difference between right and wrong. In this essay, I will discuss some of the underpinning principles that for me have shown me to remain faithful and humble in the understanding that the omniscient creative force of all things is working for a good cause."