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Amateur Photographer Takes Pictures of Melting Snow and Cat

The temperatures here in upstate New York have been above freezing for the last few days. People feel as if they are witnessing a minor miracle. Myself included. I can actually see my infamous entire driveway for the first time in what feels like years, but has been months. All that fluffy, icy, bravura, soggy, sullied snow I shoveled is almost gone.

Because I would not put it past Mother Nature to cover the ground in snow tonight while I’m resting serenely, I decided to take pictures of the dirt this afternoon. And, to liven up the pictures, I located my photogenic and astute cat, Richard, and asked him to pose as an added dimension. He blithely accommodated me by giving me about 3% of his attention. I followed Richard around, taking a surplus of digital pictures, aspiring for one good shot. Here is what I came up with.

Richards bum

Richards side

Richards body

Richard with driveway behind him

Richards best shot, what a lovey

From 21st Century Science and Health:

“Open-mindedness and universal facts naturally trigger anything that is false to work against its self, bringing error from under cover. It requires courage to voice truth. The higher Truth’s voice is lifted, the louder error will scream until its inarticulate noise is forever silenced in oblivion. “’He lifts his voice, the earth melts.’[1] This Scripture indicates that all mortality will disappear before the supremacy of Spirit.

“Truth never destroys God’s idea. Truth is spiritual, eternal substance, which cannot destroy the true reflection. Temporal sense, or error, may seem to hide Truth, health, harmony, and Science—as the mist obscures the sun or the mountains—but Science, the sunshine of Truth, will melt away the shadow and reveal the celestial peaks.

“We cannot be mesmerized by the flesh or hypnotized by human mind while practicing the Science of Truth which cannot be reversed, but the reverse of error is true. An improved conviction cannot retrograde. When Christ, Truth, changes a human mortal conviction of sin or sickness into a better conviction, then thought melts into spiritual understanding, and sin, disease, and death disappear.”

[1] Ps. 46:6


Hey, that Chick is Driving Through the Red Light

Feeling sick? It happens. But, I’ve discovered sickness is a human rule or law. It is not a spiritual truth from a reliable God. Truth is: God did not make a law of sickness. God created health. And as the human mind bends to spiritual laws, healing results. Yes, the human mind appears to be very stubborn, but the human mind is really very limber.

Here is an example of how easily the human mind bends, even against its own laws.

Think:  Stop lights.

When I come to a stop light, I stop when the light is red and I go when it is green. It’s the law, a law of human beings. But, let’s face it, human laws are not so clever.

Many times I’ve avoided an accident by NOT going through a green light, because some hurried harried driver went through their red light. The spiritual rule of awareness overruled the human law and I looked both ways even when my light was green.

Furthermore, at 4 in the morning, when I am driving to work, it’s me and nobody on the road. Yes, I usually sit complacently at the red lights, dutifully obedient to the human law, but sometimes, I go through the red light after really checking to make sure it is safe. It’s easy to break the human law.

Now, back to the human law of sickness. I’ve come to work before and found many of my co-workers weren’t coming to work because they were sick with the bug going around—a human law. I start feeling sick too. So, I acknowledge God as the supreme giver of goodness and health. God is manifesting health through me, and everyone.

That is the mental affirmation, but more needs to be done in order for action to occur; the human mind needs to bend away from its own law and yield to truth’s law. So, I tap into the law of Love, doing to my co-workers what I’d like them to do to me. It wasn’t as easy as driving through a red light, because I felt sweaty and nauseous, but I wrapped up a few jobs for my co-workers that would make it easier for them when they came back. The spiritual strength that allowed me to be helpful got stronger until the sickness faded.


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