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Daily Meditation for Sunday, August 19, 2018 (click here to view Past Daily Meditations)
Food - what we impart to it with our hands
"One of people’s main concerns nowadays is the quality of their food – they seek to eat healthy food. It is of course highly desirable that food should not be contaminated by fertilisers or pesticides, but it is also important to realize that the food prepared by others is permeated with their emanations which are imparted to all who eat it.

Chefs, caterers, bakers and all those people who prepare food for their families on a daily basis must know this law. With this knowledge they will then get into the habit of touching food, aware that what they are holding in their hands will contribute to building a healthy body for people nearby and far away, those known and unknown to them. This is a huge responsibility and it is therefore worthwhile for them to be in the best inner state when they prepare food, fostering thoughts of good health, peace and light for those who are due to eat it."

Thought of the Week for Aug 19 - Aug 25, 2018
Spiritual Work
" When Jesus said: 'My Father is still working, and I also am working', what did he want us to understand? Have you ever asked yourself this question? Very simply, he was asking us to start working as well. But instead, people leave Jesus to his work with his Father, while they tend to their hens and pigs. You will say: 'But there is a world of difference between Jesus and us! He is the son of God, he is perfect, while we...! It is arrogant to imagine that we could do the same work he does.' Fine, think what you will, but know that Jesus himself thought differently, since he also said: 'Be perfect, therefore, as your heavenly Father is perfect.' Or again: 'The one who believes in me will also do the works that I do and, in fact, will do greater works than these.' This is why I tell you that Christians are lazy. They would have others believe it is out of humility that they do not engage in the only activity which is truly worthwhile: participating in the work of God. No, this is not humility, but laziness! "
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