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Daily Meditation for Thursday, February 22, 2018 (click here to view Past Daily Meditations)
Right of the eldest - in the spiritual realm everyone has it
"In our families on earth, there is always a first-born child, then a second, then a third, and so on, because the physical plane on which we live is governed by the laws of space and time, and there is always an order, a ranking of things. One object follows another, and one person follows another, since they cannot all appear in the same place at the same time.

But in the spiritual realm, in the divine family, human beings are all of equal rank. All are accorded ‘the rights of the first-born’, which means the status of sons and daughters of God. Only those who give priority to their lower instincts lose their dignity as children of God: their father is no longer God (or the Holy Spirit) but the being who, in the Gospels, Jesus calls ‘Mammon’. Therefore, each one of you must be conscious of your divine filiation and work to preserve your rank."

Thought of the Week for Feb 18 - Feb 24, 2018
" The greatest riches are found in the light, so learn to seek the light and nourish yourself with it, for you will become not only rich but generous. Those who feel rich experience the need to give. They open their heart and are filled with love for all creatures.

It is poverty, whether material or spiritual, that engenders hatred. When you notice people who manifest neither love, nobility nor generosity, it is because they are inwardly destitute. Their sense of deprivation renders them jealous, mean and hateful. Those who are truly rich never feel hostility towards anyone. And it is the sages, the initiates and the great masters who are truly rich. Because they have always sought the light, they live in such abundance that they feel the need to give. Even if they are destitute, they never express envy or hatred, because inwardly they live in plenitude.
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