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"The light has come." (1 min 16 sec)

    1. **Exploring "Light"**

    Beyond the physical. "Light" is used metaphorically, not as physical illumination. It's our true nature, which is love, peace, and goodness. This light is always present within us but often obscured by our egoic thoughts and fears.

    2. **Recognizing the Light**

    Reflect on a moment when you've felt inner peace, joy, or connection to something greater than yourself. These could be moments of compassion, creativity, or connection with nature. That's the light that cannot be described, only experienced.

    3. **"Come" vs. "Become"**

    Shifting our perspective. "Light" doesn't literally "come" from outside. It's always present, but we might not be aware of it. Saying "the light has come" shifts our perspective, reminding us to access the light already within.
    It's a continuous journey. This isn't a one-time event, but a continuous process of awakening to our true nature. As we practice and choose love and forgiveness, the light within shines brighter, allowing us to experience greater peace and joy.
    #thinkgod
    I am sorry.
    Please forgive me.
    Thank you.
    I love you.
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