Being vs. Doing

Nov 11, 2017 at 11:05

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Rita Juse-Cirkse


"Man’s chief delusion is his conviction that he can do anything. Everyone thinks he can do –everyone wants to do and all ask, "What to do?" What to do? It is impossible to do anything. One must be. It is hard for us to accept the fact that "We, of ourselves, do nothing." It is especially difficult because it is the truth and the truth is always difficult for man to accept. But, actually, nobody can do anything. Everything happens – all that befalls man – all that is done by him – all that comes from him – all this happens, and it happens in exactly the same way that rain falls -- as a result of a change in the temperature in the higher regions of the atmosphere. This is a challenge to us all. What concept are we holding of ourselves in the higher regions of our soul?" ~ Neville Goddard: AFFIRM THE REALITY OF OUR OWN GREATNESS. Radio Talk, Station KECA, Los Angeles (July, 1951)