The Positive Words of "Lessons from the Source"
One of my favorite books is an inspiring collection of thoughts related to challenges we face in our earthly lives. The positive words in this book came to the author through what he calls "inner dictation."
But it doesn't matter how the messages came into being what does matter are the positive words these messages convey. After reading the book cover to cover and enjoying every word, especially those that confirmed what I always believed to be true, I find I can at any time turn to any page and find the message I need for that day or for any circumstance I may be dealing with at the time.
This book is called "Lessons from the Source: A Spiritual Guidebook for Navigating Life's Journey" by Jack Armstrong. I recently came across it in May 2009 and it has been an inspiration to me ever since. I keep it by my bed side and read a passage every evening before I go to sleep.
The writings reinforce the fact that it is everyone's birthright to have "good" in their lives and gives lessons on how to access that "good."
Here is one of my favorite quotes from the book:
"When you accept your good to be there for you, you are staking your claim to it, which is the same as asking. And the fact that you take an 'I can't wait' attitude toward its being there indicates that you not only are willing to accept it, but that you already have done so."
So I highly recommend this book it will help you see life in a different enlighted way.