2011-03-07-An Easy Life

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Topic: An Easy Life

Group: 11:11 Progress Group


Teacher: Thought Adjuster

TR: Oscar



Thought Adjuster: “Would you prefer an easy life or a life of growth and great satisfaction? Human beings by nature shy away from difficulties. The philosophy of the ‘path of least resistance’ is the excuse employed by many to do nothing. In truth, the path of least resistance is the path of the Father, because any other road will take you nowhere and would exclude the ‘impulse of love’, the primordial force that sustains the universe and all beings.

“An easy life for an average human being would be a life where everything happens just the way that person would like. An easy life is a life where you would never have to leave your comfort zone in order to move forward. An easy life is a very limited life, because the natural human aversion to the unknown would effectively prevent you from learning anything new.

“It was not an easy life that made you search for spiritual things. It was not an easy life that inspired in you the desire to be a better father to your children and not let them feel the loneliness and abandonment you experienced. It was not an easy life that motivated you to leave behind what you knew, and move to another part of the world to search for a great fortune. You have learned, however, that the spice of life is in adventure, the unexpected, the surprises, and thus you have slowly left behind your earlier expectations and you have started to learn to leave things in the hands of your Father.

“The Father doesn’t promise you an easy life, but He promises a life that will provide everything you need to grow and to fulfill your eternal destiny – to become increasingly more perfect, a more faithful expression of truth, beauty and goodness. Nothing you really need will be denied you, and it will be up to you to see the opportunities that are placed on your path.”