Are you claiming your blessing?

12-07-16

May you maintain a mood in which you are constantly stable and full and thereby become an embodiment of the reward of effort.

 BapDada sees from the subtle region that some children’s mood changes a lot. Sometimes, they are in a surprising mood, sometimes in a questioning mood, sometimes in a confused mood, sometimes in tension and sometimes on the swing of attention. However, the confluence age is the age of the reward and not the effort-making age. So, let the Father’s virtues be the virtues of the children. Let the Father’s stage be the children’s stage. This is the reward of the confluence age. Remain constantly in a stable mood in which you are full and you will be said to be equal to the Father, that is, one who is an embodiment of the reward.

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4 Responses to Are you claiming your blessing?

  1. Bette says:

    Keep these articles cmonig as they’ve opened many new doors for me.

    • Deacon says:

      I bow down hmbuly in the presence of such greatness.

      • Arhvin says:

        Happiness is all of the above, but for me a bit too much to rmeember. This is why I believe that happiness is pretty much an attitude, a way of simply being happy because life is so much more enjoyable if you are happy. With this attitude, you cannot avoid seeing the bright side of life, noticing the positive in any situation and notice the pleasant faces of people you meet and interact with. And when you do this, the same response will usually come back. A virtuous circle!

  2. Mitchell says:

    There is a criitacl shortage of informative articles like this.

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