Now let a new perception come to me.
Father, there is a vision which beholds all things as sinless, so that fear has gone, and where it was is love invited in. And love will come wherever it is asked. This vision is Your gift. The eyes of Christ look on a world forgiven. In His sight are all its sins forgiven, for He sees no sin in anything He looks upon. Now let His true perception come to sin in anything He looks upon. Now let His true perception come to me, that I may waken from the dream of sin and look within upon my sinlessness, which You have kept completely undefiled upon the altar to Your holy Son, the Self with which I would identify.
Let us today behold each other in the sight of Christ. How beautiful we are! How holy and how loving! Brother, come and join with me today. We save the world when we have joined. For in our vision it becomes as holy as the light in us.
Struggled to get going after the marathon day yesterday. Had to go outside and do some deep breathing before starting work on the new book. An interesting thing I’ve noticed is that the characters don’t want to talk to me when I’m tired. They feed me a few disjointed words here and there until I’m fully awake, and then they let it flood out. I didn’t quite manage the 2000 words today (about 300 short) because I’d arranged to see a client for NLP which turned into a writing workshop. I’m always amazed at how these things pan out.
At the end of the second week of my new writing job I’ve written (including blogs about 24,000 words. That’s more than some books I’ve read.
I may do a bit more tomorrow to make up the word count and finish the third story. I am, however, very tired.