How we observe can expand our observation

My sister, Denise, is computer literate. My younger brother, Brent, is, well, not. So, when I found out that Brent was visiting Denise, who lives 3,000 miles from me, I asked her to set Brent up to video/chat with me.

Brent looked like a deer in headlights. I spoke. Pause. I spoke again. When he realized it wasn’t a recording, he answered. After about 10 minutes of talking and laughing, he snickered and said, “This video/chat is pretty neat.”

From 21st Century Science and Health, “Observation, invention, study, and original thought are expansive. They should promote the advancement of human mind out of itself to a consciousness that escapes mortality.”

Denise and I had no intent to show Brent the “latest technology.” Our spiritual intent allowed for an observation that swallowed up the mortal elements of mystery, space and time.

What was “pretty neat,” was the closeness of our sibling love and affection.

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