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"Whoever wants to be great among you must be your servant." (Matthew 20:26) (1 min 35 sec)


    1. Does "greatness" here symbolize external power?

    Is true greatness about worldly status, power, or achievements?
    Is "greatness" the experience of our true nature as love to the divine?
    Could it be that Jesus' message of true greatness comes from serving others and expressing love?
    Could it be that greatness is aligning our minds with the Holy Spirit and becoming a clear channel for the expression of God's love?
    The ego thrives on competition and hierarchy.
    The desire to be "great" stems from a feeling of separation from others. We are all one.
    If we focused on giving and serving, would we undo the ego's belief in lack?
    Could serving others be a way of remembering our oneness?
    Our true happiness comes from giving, not getting. Serving others shouldn't be done out of obligation for reward. It's a natural expression of the love that reside within us.
    By affirming the Christ in others we strengthen our own awareness of our eternal identity in God.
    There is no hierarchy or differences in God's creation. We are all equally worthy and loved as God's children.
    The greatest service we can offer is the healing of our own minds. As we choose to forgive we become a clear channel for the Holy Spirit's love to flow through us and bless the world.
    I am sorry.
    Please forgive me.
    Thank you.
    I love you.
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