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Night after night, the older children waited. They had trouble falling asleep, and
slept fitfully. But\u2026no voice. Had it all been a crazy rumor? Something they\u2019d convinced
themselves to believe? No. Theyhad to trust that the voice would return.
that the world is only about that which they can prove with their five senses. Do not worry that they will not listen. It is not your job to save them. All will be called, in their time.\u201d
want. Want is the perpetual state of not attaining. You can only \u201cwant\u201d what you do not
have. So, then, you can never have what you \u201cwant.\u201d You may enjoy what you now have,
but you no longer \u201cwant\u201d it. Do you see that want is always in the future? Therefore, if
you \u201cwant\u201d something, you are confirming to the Universe that the thing is always just
beyond your grasp!
So, intend to receive or achieve things. Desire them. State that youwi l l experience them. But, when you catch yourself saying you \u201cwant\u201d something \u2013 stop! \u2013 and rephrase your intention. \u201cWant\u201d is passive. You wish the thing would come to you, but you are powerless. That is the message of want.
As predicted, the adults did not believe the children had been taught in their
sleep. The youngsters were certain, however, that it was true. Too many saw and
heard the same vision. Their minds grappled with the idea of wanting something
meaning it was always out of reach.
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