The Smile

I am currently working on Chapter 30 in the Course, “Rules for decision.” We are told that only when we choose with our “advisor” – Self/Christ – can we expect to be happy. And the ego hates it: it means that it will be abandoned. So today I wanted to go to the movies, and heard an insistent voice telling me not to go. Since it felt so non-loving and nagging, I took the bus anyway – and then I prayed for a sigh that it was true that I should NOT go to town and movie.

There was a pram standing in front of me – its front turned 45 degrees away from me. I did not see the baby’s head earlier – but the second I prayed for a sign, the baby’s head shot out, turned 45 degrees so it looked right at me and smiled and smiled and smiled.

All doubt fell away. I exited the bus and returned home.

 

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Mona Gustafson Affinito
    Feb 12, 2014 @ 17:06:11

    Oh my! How interesting — to the core!

    Reply

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