ACIM Workbook lesson 348

I have no cause for anger or for fear, for You surround me. And in every need that I perceive, Your grace suffices me.”

The image in the world that you may cite as the cause for your anger or your fear is an image that you yourself have projected onto the face of creation’s reality by thinking thoughts that have an angry or fearful character. The image is not “objectively” true; it is only true in the sense that it reflects the quality of the content of your mind. The image is helping you to see what you have allowed your mind to focus on. It is there to provide you with this information, there is no other reason for its appearance.

Today’s statement draws you back to your true state: part of and immersed in all of the qualities that characterize source. “Your grace suffices me” (W-pII.348), meaning: source’s benevolence meets any needs anyone could ever experience. Thinking that support and sustenance can be found anywhere else will give rise to fear and anger, for they can’t be found anywhere else.

Full text of ACIM lesson 348

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