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Daily Meditation: Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Credit - for our good deeds should go to God

Daily Meditation:  Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Suppose you carry out a difficult task, or you are highly successful, or you emerge victorious from a difficult episode. Try not to bask in glory, but say instead, 'It is you who deserve the credit, Lord, not me'; otherwise, you risk falling into the trap of pride. And when you receive praise or congratulations, be careful; don't be in a hurry to have such a good opinion of yourself, but tell yourself over and over again, 'Lord, the glory is all yours, not mine.' Often, other people unwittingly and unintentionally set traps for you: you take their praise so seriously that you become conceited; you think you have already arrived, and this is dangerous for your evolution. You should work for the glory of God and reassign to him any praise you may receive; this is how the impersonal, selfless side of your being can develop. Heaven judges you according to this attitude in order to determine who you are working for. For a disciple, true glory is found in glorifying the Lord.

Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov

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