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Chapter 14 A Child's prayer, a daydream

And He called a little child to Himself and put him in the midst of them, and said, “Truly I say to you, unless you repent and become like little children, you can never enter the kingdom of Heaven. Whoever will humble himself therefore and become like this little child is greatest in the kingdom of Heaven.”
Matthew 18:2-4

Why can we not feel or see the multiverse? Why do we only ever see the Universe in terms of our branch, our decisions? To be any use in this branch, we need to focus on it. We cannot drive a car unless we are focused. If you are not focused on driving you may have an accident.  However, when at home in a safe place, if you unfocus your mind and think or dream of what might be happening in another world, if you ruminate on what might have happened if you had done something differently, you may feel the pain of extra effort or the joy of meeting your love. This is day dreaming and it is what every child does. As parents or teachers we try to break them of this time-wasting as a useless habit.

But we are wrong. If you contemplate all your possibilities at higher plane, you are able to love yourself in all those possibilities. This, being an act of love, is a joyful thing to do. Comparing your options and reviewing your potential can be a good way of making decisions about what you want. When you have decided what you want to achieve then you focus on the things you need to do, to achieve the goal you set. The living through of this — the focus, the plan — is, in itself, a very loving form of prayer.

I dreamt like a child and I have come back from immense vistas of love and now I must focus on this world and this is my dream, a Christian dream:

Peace on Earth, Goodwill to all men.

The angels’ prophecy at the birth of Jesus was more literally:
“Peace on Earth to men of Good will.”

My dream is that all men should be men of Good will.

I love you as Jesus taught me, with unconditional love and I wish you every joy.