Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley


Don’t Miss the Purpose of Life

posted by Guy Finley

Question: I live in a place where people are not very open to spirituality. Because I’m discovering who I am and what potential I was created to be, it can be difficult at times. How do I live from what I believe, respecting the ones around me, and not have them be threatened by what I believe?

Answer: Put your love of what is true, open, and kind, before all else… and Love itself will see to it that your life grows in truth, spaciousness, and compassion for others, regardless of what they think about you. More than this, one cannot ask for; less than this… is to miss the purpose of having been given life.



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