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passover reflections: radical change can happen (2 of 3)

Posted on: April 24, 2011

How much persistence do you have when things are tough? You want to attract into your life something new? Great. How much do you call upon something greater – and continue to move forward even when there’s no sign of change?

Midrash (the oral learning tradition of the Jews) says that Red Sea didn’t simply part. Not until the Jews were so deep into the water that the water was literally up to their noses – not until then – did the seas part and allow the Jewish people to cross. Now that’s dedication.

If you want radical transformation in your life, the most important element is trust. Envision what you truly desire, and hold steadfast. Of course, it’s essential to make sure that what we desire is aligned with what’s in our highest good. But if so, we must hold steadfast.

Part 3: The three essential components needed for radical transformation to happen.

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1 Response to "passover reflections: radical change can happen (2 of 3)"

I think that we have to trust, that when we step out in faith, the road will open up before us!
walk in beauty.

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