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Below are six thoughts worthy of perpetual contemplation if one seeks to accomplish soul ascension.
To sincerely surrender to the Will of God ensures both access to infinite divine wisdom, but also clears a spiritual pathway for Source to work the deeper covenant of your life less the human ego.
Mediate and receive a clear and inspiring vision of your soul's covenant or else no one will follow you regardless of how much money is in your account.
And once you have identified said grand vision, repeat it often until everyone around you is saying it on their own, for their own soul ascending reason.
Your preferred cause best be macro versus micro in scope, as the size of your windfall will warrant an omnibus spending requirement and thus eliminate smaller ideas and concepts by default.
Never attempt to limit God. So go big or go home, as your other options are not really an options, but rather fear ridden excuses not trust God as completely benevolent.
If you start out with an immoral footing, the foundation beneath whatever organization you build will collapse.
Making the core principals of basic morality a non negotiable element of whatever it is you decide to accomplish.
Remember, historic greatness is only achieved through surrender of self in exchange for a lifetime of service. One exchanged for another, not both working side by side in tandem.
God or not God should not just be a personal mantra, but measurable equation that leads to consistent evolutionary progress (i.e. soul ascension).
Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me."
If you have not yet accepted this statement as fact, everything else you ever accomplish in life, no matter how superb, will lead to an empty room where human accomplishments are stored in meaningless limbo.
A personal relationship with Christ is only the spiritual key that unlocks every earthly door, answers every mortal question and fills up every empty cup.
Truly I tell you brothers and sisters, life begins, ends and always returns back to your own personal relationship with Christ--good, bad or indifferent.