May 27, 2011


I AM that I AM, that is my favourite description of the (Supreme Being). Don’t quote me on this, but I think there is a verse in ancient records that states I Am is another name for God.  So, if I refer to the great I AM that is my point of reference. Regardless of what name is put on it, it all boils down to the same belief:  a belief in ONE.

I enjoy times when I am able to think and last night was one of them. I enjoy travelling on the highway because that is the best time to reflect on life and the questions life produces. Whether thinking about the past, present or future, the answers can only come when we give ourselves time to reflect in a quiet, calm atmosphere.

I find travelling on the highway is my quite, calm time, especially in the rural area I live in. 

One of my thoughts was that this (Supreme Being) has no gender. This is why it is pointless to look at the (Supreme Being) as either male or female. Is there not also a statement similar to this in ancient records? As I said, I don’t know, just asking?

I find that the quiet allows us to realize things we never did before. I realized last night that I Believed even before "I Believed."

We are either born to believe and follow the teachings or not. It’s always interesting to note that regardless of whether we “believe” or not, our life follows the path that it was meant to follow. This was an enlightening revelation. 

Everyone becomes enlightened in their own time and space. I have always been what they call a “late bloomer."  Maybe that comes from needing to think things out clearly before I "jump-in-with-both-feet."

Maybe that’s my problem in relationships. I never allowed myself time to be calm.  I never take any “me” time.  I need to remember that in the future.  Perhaps it’s because of analytical nature?  Things really do make sense before I can overcome the conflict.

All in all, I had a wonderful week. My talk with the great I AM was a revelation.  Good things will continue, truth and understanding come from knowledge and I believed even before "I Believed!"

Please feel free to comment; leave your thoughts any input is welcomed! Because learning is what Lila On Life is about.