‘I am spirit.’
‘I will accept my part in God’s plan for salvation.’
What can my function be but to accept the Word of God, Who has created me for what I am and will forever be?’
On the hour: I am spirit
On the half hour: I will accept my part in God’s plan for salvation.
If I am spirit, it’s a heavy spirit. It was one of those days when I was doing something I’d rather not have been doing and far from relaxing into it and reminding myself that in my development ‘nothing is included that is contradictory or irrelevant’ I sulked my way through the day. Thus I was ripe to take umbrage when my husband made a comment I didn’t like, I rounded on him and sulked my way through what should have been a lovely meal to celebrate him passing the deep and wreck part of his diving course and me sending the manuscript to the publisher. (Of course I hadn’t managed my part).
He took me to the Hands and Heart Pub inNottinghamwhich has a cave restaurant with big portions and live music (see separate blog in review section). It’s true I was tired from a very late night the previous night, but I’m sure I could have made more of an effort to enjoy myself. I felt ashamed of myself. Now here’s an interesting thing, because I’d got my head in IT stuff all day, I didn’t practice my lessons for the day. Did this have something to do with it? Am I just looking for something to blame?