If I didn’t think the word had power, I wouldn’t be writing.
I’d be sweeping streets or washing dishes. And living in a self-contained unit on the Downtown Eastside, all quite happy.
No, no, no. I know the word can inspire, empower, and ennoble. Or I wouldn’t be here.
Writing allows for reflection, a measured response if one is possible.
In writing I can write as the guidance directs me, as the inspiration arises, as the thought or feeling stirs me. And since all of this is brought to us by Ascension, sharing an inner journey to it seems right on topic.
In my case, I know I promised the Divine Mother to do this work. (1) Others won’t have that additional certainty. But I can tell you that what I end up doing for the Mother – writing – is the thing I love doing more than anything else in the world. This is not a coincidence.
I write on vacation. I write on the bus. I get up and write in the middle of the night.
And when I’m not writing, I’m organizing what has been written. I never thought about it until this moment: This is normal life for me and I love it.
As long as I’m allowed to keep writing, life could not better be.
It’s a safe bet that what you’re here for is exactly the same: I predict your mission will turn out to be what you love doing more than anything else in the world.
(1) Divine Mother: You have chosen long, long ago with Me, with Annastara [my twin flame], with ME KI AL, to be a communicator and an agent of change.
You have said to me, “Mother, what if they forget? I will remind them. I will communicate with them through words, through my passion, through my heart, through my knowing. I will communicate the love to them.”
This is your task and it is a task of change. (Divine Mother in a personal reading with Steve Beckow, April 30, 2019.)