A Child Is Born

Alice and George where High School sweethearts. So when George went off to College Alice waited for him. They each cherished the time they where able to spend together and upon George’s graduation they joined together as one.

There was never a greater love then the love they shared together. So over time they decided to create a family. They so much wanted this child who would add so much to their relationship. So they planned and prepared for that faithful day when their child would be born.

Finally the child arrived and they shared their love with him. They decided to name their child Paul and Paul was a delightful child. As time went on they taught Paul everything they knew preparing him for the day they knew was coming.

Paul was an excellent learner and did very well in his studies from preschool all the way though High School. He played in different sports while he attended school and was great asset to his team mates. Paul was well liked and seemed to get along with everyone.

Then came that faithful day when Paul would leave the family unit and go off to College. Even though George and Alice hated to see him go. They knew that they had done everything that they could do to prepare Paul for the day he would go out into the world on his own.

Even though Paul had left the family unit he knew that George and Alice would always be there to help and support him any way they could. And George and Alice loved Paul so much that they where always there to help in any way they could.

The Higher Source has many children that he loves unconditionally but he too knows that one day each of his children would leave the heavenly realm and walk upon the earth. So he sent teachers and provided guides for each of his children before they where sent to this earthly realm. These teachers and guides where not sent to teach his children the duality of man but to point each child to the inner self inside. The Higher Self that is within us all.

Even though these teachers share with anyone who is willing to listen the great truths of the Higher Source. Each individual has to go within themselves to make these truths their own. Then will come one day when the Spirit will inform the individual to put these books away because the greater teachings will come from within.

On that day the student becomes the teacher and even though he will refer to these books for reference and inspiration the teachings will come from within. He will understand that all he can do is to provide the student with resources for their own spiritual growth. That each individual has to come to a point where they too will seek their own truths. Knowing the promise has been made that if one will only seek that the way will become open to them.

So just as George and Alice did everything they could to prepare Paul for the day he had to go out into the world on his own. The Higher Source has provided a way for his children to find the greatest gift of all. Which is the gift of the Higher Self that is within each of us.

About the Author

Tom Robarge is the author of Your Workbook For Success
Tom also has two websites  Your Workbook For Success and Abandoned E-Books

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