BEING as LOVE is the choice to BE what we ARE. being in fear is the choice to be we what we are not.
Let us this moment ask ourselves; Are we BEING grateful as LOVE or thankless in fear? Are we BEING forgiving as LOVE or vengeful in fear? Are we BEING empathetic as LOVE or hateful in fear? Are we BEING humble as LOVE or arrogant in fear? Are we BEING as LOVE for soul or in fear for flesh?
Remember our BEINGNESS is the source of our doingness.
So again let’s consciously ask ourselves first individually and then collectively; Are we choosing to BE as LOVE what we are or in fear what we are not?
“…There’s a difference between being and doing, and most people have placed their emphasis on the latter.
Neale: Shouldn’t they?
There’s no “should” or “should not” involved. There’s only what you choose, and how you can have it. If you choose peace and joy and love, you won’t get much of it through what you’re doing. If you choose happiness and contentment, you’ll find little of that on the path of doingness. If you choose reunion with God, supreme knowing, deep understanding, endless compassion, total awareness, absolute fulfillment, you won’t achieve much of that out of what you’re doing.
In other words, if you choose evolution – the evolution of your soul – you won’t produce that by the worldly activities of your body.
Doing is a function of the body. Being is a function of the soul. The body is always doing something. Every minute of every day it’s up to something. It never stops, it never rests, it’s constantly doing something.
It’s either doing what it’s doing at the behest of the soul – or in spite of the soul. The quality of your life hangs in the balance.
The soul is forever being. It is being what it is being, regardless of what the body is doing, not because of what it’s doing.
If you think your life is about doingness, you do not understand what your are about.
Your soul doesn’t care what you do for a living – and when you life is over, neither will you. Your soul cares only about what you’re being while you’re doing whatever your doing. It is a state of beingness the soul is after, not a state of doingness.
Neale: What is the soul seeking to be?
~ God & Neale Donald Walsch