know that whenever Spirit, your mind, and your heart are out of attunement, your body will send you signals of pain because it does not know which of those voices it ought to obey. Should it only heed Spirit’s inspired call? Or should it respond to the heart’s plaintive cries to bring an end to your gut-wrenching fear and intensive self-loathing? Or should it listen to the mind’s dire stories and obey its logical reasons and justifications for inflicting self-abuse?” P. 139, Raindrops of Love for a Thirsty World.
That, dear friends, is what this book is about. It is one of the most beautifully written pieces of truth, perhaps all the truth there is, this reviewer has seen. Eileen Workman describes the Voice that gave her such passages as one she would yield to, knowing as we all can know that somewhere deep down in us is a Voice that does not hide from us. It will speak when we ask. It will tell us the truth about ourselves beyond anything we can know here in our made up world. God leaves His children with His Word, never to be erased. It is our journey here in this world, of mistakes, correction and finally His Love that speaks and will speak to anyone who decides to follow, as we join with others and melt into it. It will one day take all of us on a ride in a torrent of compassion and understanding for all, as we see it working in others. When Jesus commands us to love one another as he loves all of us, there are volumes of words now in this world that will direct us in the process. As I see you, I will see myself. We are never left without this decision.
Everyone in the world needs to read Workman’s book. It comes from somewhere not here and it will take you there becoming entirely ready to have the power of love infused in your life here. The book is about forgiveness, the only way to God here in this world. As you read this book set aside everything you think you know about your own well being and the well being of others. For you will learn the battle is over. The ego carried on a mighty battle but was found wanting in the face of a Loving Father who wants his children in the only place they can be: home in the arms of their Creator and accepting a Power within us that is so far beyond the one we have tried to make up, don’t even try to imagine it. Because we cannot. All are called to this as God has His/Her arm around all. In the meanwhile, all disturbance we see in this world is simply, pitifully, painfully, sadly a call for just this. It will be answered because it cannot not be. Such is an inkling of His Love. Just an inkling. More will be revealed.
Thank you Eileen Workman for giving us this beautiful message.