Good day to all, I have been very busy in my everyday life so I did not post yesterday. I want to thank all of you who read my blog daily and a special thanks to those who comment. Same as yesterday, I am busy today, but I had to just write and let you all know the reason I was absent yesterday. They say manners takes you a far way into the world, and I certainly do believe in that. This is Friday and I do not post again until Monday, but with you I would like to share some common words which you may apply to your lives or share with your children or anyone who care to hear.
Although I am not a Christian, I do at times quote some of the writings there, as I do with the Koran and any other religious or non religious texts. I am a reader and as you all know I love proverbs and quotes, so if something speaks deeply to me, my first instinct is to share. It matters not who appreciates it, this is just my nature. There is a line in psalms 23, which says “thou shall set a table before me in the presence of mine enemies”. I have always loved this particular line of this prayer, because upon repeating it, I can see myself with confidence sitting at the table of a terrible enemy, knowing that this is an enemy, but I sit with the confidence of God and all his hosts (the deities) knowing that same enemy cannot harm me.
The love of God, gives quiet contentment to the mind. How comforting it is for us to know that we are not alone, and that as we travel through on our journey there is a spiritual force which is so great we cannot imagine it, some people call it God, it has no form, it has no image, it is non human, it is pure energy, fragmented within all of us, and it exists.
Enemies are around and they will always be, I have many, some, I have never even met, I battle their energy everyday even on this same blog where I try to embrace peace and love. It is quite disconcerting to the mind, when God reveal them, at times it is shocking to recognize some who you may have fed, clothes or shelter. Nevertheless, you do not have to do anyone anything for them to turn against you. Do not let their hate and spite change you, stand in your truth, be the best you can be. I urge you all to be confident in God’s love.
Obara Meji is a spiritualist, Ifa-Orisa practitioner, and teacher of metaphysics. Since 2011 she has used her online platform to share her personal experiences to those seeking answers about spirituality. Her teachings will expand into short stories, novels, and public speaking to continue her mission of bringing enlightenment to the world.