There is a minimum of Seven billion universes.
Each human being Alive at any age, has their individual
perception of ‘their’ universe. It exists entirely as they
understand it. It is the truth to them and so is real and
must be acknowledged.
Though obviously never entirely knowable, it is absolutely tangible.
Seven billion universes that miraculously and inconceivably
revolve around one history and seven billion presents.
Always remember your own universe is only one of seven billion
and is perfect for you. It is no less or more special than any other.
Yet it is your truth so cherish it and cherish the universes of all
Apply logic to the modern web based matrix of friendship and
it is inevitable that, if you as an individual can inspire love
and forgiveness, your energy can influence the universal
understanding of countless others.
We are all truly blessed. God is with each and every one of us
and is waiting for us to remember that, seven billion universes
are all connected through divinity and love. Inflicting any form
of hurt to any other universe can only lead to a similar
experience in your own.
Love the love around you. It nurtures and protects you.
Focus on simple joys and let go of hate and revenge,
they ultimately are your burden and cripple your happiness.
It is time.
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