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Jeshua Quote #fb

September 4, 2010

"The procession of events through time gives us our record of experience. As we see from this record, certain patterns are constant. In a person’s youth, and in the youth of one’s soul, attention is focused mainly on external events. A person grows by collecting and examining the opportunities and stimulations of life. It is only natural to seek variety, adventure, pleasure, and challenge as you discover and compare the different ways for living and being. But there is a crucial moment, like the first opening of a rose bud, when experience is no longer measured or valued by the nature of external events. At that moment, the value of experience begins to be internal and subjective. Within this greater depth of consciousness, there is more interest in how to hold an event, how to value it, or whether to give it any importance at all."

“The Keys of Jeshua” by Glenda Green, Chapter 18 p. 227

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