The Greatest Achievement: realization that one can transcend
The Greatest Mourning: that one has not loved their God with their whole self; body, mind, heart and soul
The Greatest Decision: to love one’s God with one’s whole self
The Greatest Intention: to comfort others who also mourn
The Greatest Humility: that God came into his own creature trusting – Incarnation
The Greatest Pattern: through processing life one is consumed by love
The Greatest Vulnerability: that one is unable to care for one’s own well-being. We are Dependent
The Greatest Trauma: that one believes one suffers alone, that it is never ending, that it has no purpose
The Greatest Hope: one is accompanied and cared for by Compassion
The Greatest Benevolence: God intends all for good
The Greatest Help: God
The Greatest Prayer: Help!
The Greatest Peace: accepting all as it is believing in its potential for good
The Greatest Mystery: that we come to understand
The Greatest Measure: that which can’t be measured
The Greatest Joy: participating in life through the Source of all life
The Greatest Light: to live through one’s own transparency with no disguise or falsehood
The Greatest Grief: that I am not (this or that, sufficient, etc.)
The Greatest Paradox: that I am not, yet immeasurably Loved and Cared for
Have a Blessed Holiday and Deep Peace Into 2017
One need not leave this world to find the peace they seek.
A special thank-you to my sponsor Nancy who has been there in and through and with… Peace.