Blessed Are Those Who Hunger and Thirst for Righteousness

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Dear Wisdom,

Pease help us to better embrace the Beatitude of Jesus.

Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness: for they will be satisfied. Matthew 5:3–12

Care to comment, Wisdom?


*Those that hunger and thirst for righteousness are not swayed by public opinion.

*Most people spend their life caring more about peer approval then what their soul wants.

In Jesus time, much of the laws were based on what the person in charge decided to do at that moment.

If a judge had been bribed, the man would be released.

Bending the law still goes on today.

One needs to judge themself with unconditional love as the base.

If the hunger and thirst is for unconditional love, it doesn’t matter how others react to life or what they think of you.

*How many of one’s decisions are based on others opinions?

How many are based on what their still small voice is trying to encourage.

People have the part of the mind that is the gentle warning before one takes an action.

“I knew I shouldn’t have done that” is a validation that inner Wisdom is trying to alert the person.

One needs to listen and become aware of the help that is unseen but within.

This is where one finds true comfort.

            Thank you so much, Wisdom, with joy.           

            You are welcome, “ little washer”.

A washer is used to help tighten screws or bolts for an example.

When something is loose, such as in a car, there might be a sound that starts becoming noticeable.

The mechanic sees a worn washer and replaces it with a new one.

The problem is fixed.

There are spiritual washers one can use

*Whenever problems arise, use a spiritual washer like a mantra to place between the problem and the mind.

You always have access to use spiritual washers.

Even the most challenging complex situation will always benefit from the use of unseen washers.