Love sees no error. This movie is set in a time when racial divisions were still firmly held in the mind. When bride-to-be Joanna brings her future husband home to meet her parents, all does not go according to plan. John is black, and fearful thoughts arise in the minds of Joanna’s white parents. The fun really begins when John’s parents join the dinner party.
Joanna is a clear Spirit symbol, seeing no error and extending light and love to all. Her presence calls those around her to join in this way of seeing. The parents discover a willingness to be wrong about what they believe, allowing for a transformation in mind. All doubt thoughts are brought up to the light and released.
When the mind is open to question the belief in separation and allow the miracle, Spirit is present at the dinner table!

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David Hoffmeister

Modern-day mystic, author, and a living demonstration of A Course in Miracles.


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