You can awaken sooner or later. The choice is yours. This movie offers the insight that free will does not mean you can establish the curriculum, which is forgiveness and releasing past thoughts. Only the time you take it (grasp the lesson) is voluntary. Two scenarios are played out side by side, each initiated by a slight change in the event of attempting to catch a train ride home. In one scenario, deception is exposed immediately; in the other, the deception seems to linger and fester. Exposed, deception can seem more traumatic at first, yet such exposure opens the door to healing much faster than when private thoughts and secrets are clung to and protected. Ask for an end to self-deception and watch the miracles spring forth at every turn of the script. Love waits on welcome, not on time. Be willing, for you are worthy.

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David Hoffmeister

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

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