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Daily Meditation: Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Wishes - instead of waiting impatiently for them to be granted, ask yourself whether they conform to divine laws

You are impatient to have your wishes granted, and you wish for so much! That’s understandable. However, instead of waiting for the day when your wishes are eventually granted, start by analysing the nature of what you are asking for. This is because what you wish for will eventually come, and if you didn’t know what you should have been asking for, you cannot be certain that, when the time comes, you will have anything to really rejoice about. So, instead of stubbornly wanting your prayers and wishes to be granted at all costs, ask yourself, ‘Is what I am wanting so much going to be truly beneficial to myself and others?’ Before demanding anything, you must be really sure that what you wish for conforms to divine laws. And if you’re sure it does, continue to wish for it, and be convinced that your wish will be granted.

Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov

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