“The Believer” – Parable by Mia Pal

The Believer – Parable

Three friends, in a park, on a beautiful Sunday afternoon talking passionately:

The first: I believe in God with everything I am. All around is godliness. You just have to look at the perfect synergy in which all exists, how every little thing fits perfectly in the bigger scheme of things…

The second: I agree. And I go even further and declare we are all gods if we just take the time to see it, as we are part of the Creator and part of the big family of the stars that we are going to join soon. We are the lucky ones!

How about you? They ask the third one… as he seemed preoccupied with something on the ground and not really paying attention..

“I don’t believe in God. I don’t believe in anything like that. Excuse me, he says, I have to find a doctor quick… this little bird is bleeding, she was on the ground… She will die… I have to run…”

About the parable called The Believer

It points gently at the Love of the Source towards all of us regardless. If we can read this parable without feeling resentment or judgment towards any of the participants and their reactions then we know we are within the love source unity field. If we triggered in anyway or form by any of the words or images depicted then it is wise to search within and find out where this trigger directs us to look and what message it has for us.

Mia Pal, Purple Star Coaching, London.

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  • Greetings! Very helpful advice within this post! It is the little changes that make the most important changes. Thanks a lot for sharing! Catrina Arvin Ilyse