Each day, in our own way, we choose either the spirit world or the ego world. Over and over each day, we make the choice. Knowing the difference between the two, the choice should be easy. Just as easy as it is for an alcoholic choosing not to take that next drink.
Here are the choices:
In the ego world, you rarely have a truly good day – that is, unless you have a really, really good day. We know what follows that.
In the ego world, one taste is never enough.
We’re always struggling to get things right in the ego world.
In the ego world, every opportunity is matched with a downside.
In the ego world, we all say, “Come on, let’s get real.”
Everything is addictive in the ego world, even pain.
In the ego world, you can stay up all night trying to straighten out a relationship, trying to figure it out. You can’t figure it out in the ego world.
Winning, while exciting at first, eventually fade to gray.
In the ego world, we earn our resentments and hold on to them dearly.
I am never wrong in the ego world. If I did something wrong, I had my reasons.
In the ego world, nobody really understands, and betrayal is just a matter of time.
Luck is critical in the ego world, and luck is cruel.
In the ego world, there’s always a bad moon rising.
We are all trying to find our way home in the ego world.
It’s all searching but not finding in the ego world.
Good feelings don’t last, love doesn’t last, and mothers and daughters don’t get along.
God is far, far away.
In the ego world, I need a drink. But a little coke would be better. Then a drink.
There are no truths inside the ego world.
In the ego world you have to learn to protect yourself. From everything.
In the ego world, we all die.
In the spirit world, we are home. We are one with spirit; we are one with each other. We always have been, and we always will be. I can see you in the spirit world, and you are beautiful.