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When I am aligned and when that line of communication is open—my life—like your life—can only be one of joy. My life—like your life, can only be one in which miracles abound. I try to carve out an hour or so to hold him close—to look deeply into his eyes—to breathe in tandem with his breath and as such—to relax into what I can only describe as divine bliss. While holding him, I deeply honor all of the ways that he—even in his infancy—is extending the love of God.

And each time I hold him close to my heart, I think:. We are the same. In my life curriculum, he is my beloved brother—mirroring back to me my own innocence. And I am his beloved sister—who vows to help him remember his holiness as he navigates his own life journey. As part of the Sonship, he and I come together on the earth plane to extend the light of our own Divinity.

In doing so, we inspire it in others. When and where do you experience moments of Divine Remembrance? Perhaps it is in that moment when you notice the illuminating beauty of falling snow under the light of a full moon. Perhaps it is when you find yourself grounded and anchored in the eyes of someone you love. Perhaps it is when you feel the warmth of a beloved pet that greets you when you arrive home after a long day. Perhaps it is during mediation when every cell in you smiles—because you have remembered that when all else drops away—being a living expression of Love is all that you have been asked to do here on this planet.

Teachers of God are all around us. We just need to stay awake to their presence. When our eyes meet and we gaze upon each other from a place of deep peace—inevitably, he smiles and I smile back. And in that moment, our holiness is revealed, deeply felt and powerfully expressed.

Keep it nearby and look Sam Livingston each time you stray from this realization—each time you forget who you are. Look into his eyes and see your own holiness mirrored back. He is your brother too—and like you, he has been sent here to light up the world. Burn bright. Radiate outward. Extend love. Do your job—your only job.


Be a teacher of God. And seek signs of your holiness. They are everywhere. My fierce commitment to sustaining my relationship to A Course in Miracles for the last two years was fully supported by my journey through the Day Program for Transformation with Lisa Natoli. The principals and practices Lisa shares allowed me to experience ACIM in a way that made it more accessible and applicable to my daily life.

The Lenten season is upon us. Remind me to infuse every moment of this day with a sense of your holiness.

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Remind me that my only job here is to be an emissary of your Light. As such, my path is made easy and clear. Christine E. Kiesinger has been a student of A Course in Miracles for over two decades. She is a university professor, integrative wellness educator and a personal and professional development coach. Christine lectures extensively in the areas of communication, relationships, leadership and mindfulness. What a beautiful and meaningful way to begin my Lenten journey this year.

I can already feel that I am about to experience some tremendous healing over the next 40 days. This blog is the perfect kick-off to whole lot more healing!!! I am so excited!!! Thank you so much Christine! Love, Sharon. Sharon—I am so happy to hear that this is a good kick off to your Lenten journey. I was thrilled to see that this blog was published on Wednesday—the start of the journey as I started the Day journey for the 3rd time yesterday. Christine, thank you for such a beautiful post… I too have been a student for along time… Everytime i try to to awaken step over the threshold..

My fear becomes overwhelming. Minh is still a part of my life daily naturally and that has helped greatly. In October , my year old husband of 23 years was inexplicably crushed to death by his own vintage car on the small farm we had just purchased and fixed up as our dream home. I sold the property and the car, and used the proceeds to establish a memorial fund to continue honoring my husband and the animal rights causes he and I had supported together during our marriage.

This article totally resonates with my grieving experience. I also find comfort in holding close her fave dress- it was something she wore ALOT. That at least makes me smile. She is so beautiful, inside and out. I also have saved texts, emails, and 32 voicemails on my smartphone.

Listening to her voice is so comforting! So, I know that Love is eternal. And every day I do feel her spirit is with me. Your post hit home for me as I too am trying to deal with losing my best friend of 51 years who died suddenly and unexpectantly alone in her home in March.

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I am crushed beyond words over losing her. I still cannot wrap my head around the fact that she is really gone.

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It just kills me. Anyhow, I have a few items of hers that her brothers were kind enough to send to me that do bring me some comfort but they also bring tears when I look at them. It is so hard losing your best friend. We just go on so well we did. She was everything to me.

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Now that she is gone I find it very hard to go on without her and wonder why I am here and she is not? Guilt over she is gone and I am still here. I feel we were robbed of our time together. She was only She and I had many conversations before her death and in one she told me she had never known anyone as long as she had known me.

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I thought wow that is odd to say out of the blue.. But it was true. We had known each other forever… our lifetime. And now she is gone and I have no idea how to move on without my best friend. I have done things in her memory to remember her by but I still am not able to find much comfort in anything I do that way. I just want her back so bad.

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  • I know it is crazy coz it cannot happen. I miss her so much. I just feel lost without her now. I found a voicemail I had from her and I have decided that I am going to have a Soundwave tattoo done of it so that I will forever be able to hear her voice and never worry about losing the voicemail I do have of her. I never want to forget her voice…like you with your friend and all her voicemails to you.

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    I have also found that time does not heal…it just makes things hurt more coz you realize your best friend will never come back. They are gone forever and somehow we have to figure out how to move on without them which is so very hard to do. So sad. It will never heal. He was my best friend, we grew up together. He died 18 dys after being told how sick he was. I lost my Daughter and 5 grandchildren on May 15, when a man in their neighborhood set their house on fire. I have been having a real hard time dealing with it.

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