Remember the recent blog entry where I told about a Heavenletter I had written down that morning, and it was a dazzling Heavenletter way beyond my understanding? http://godwriting.org/translating_heavenletters.html
A few days later, I went to take a second look at that Heavenletter. Interestingly, I didn't know which Heavenletter it was. I read several recently-written down Heavenletters, and I didn't know which one was the remarkable one. I couldn't find it!
HAHA. It seems that first impressions are not always accurate.
I wonder now what that was all about.
In writing down every Heavenletter, a Godwriter™ has to keep his or her mind out of it. I thought I especially was, but maybe I wasn't, for it's not for a Godwriter to grade a Heavenletter as it comes along, neither as easy nor as hard.
This morning I proofed a Heavenletter. It was written about three months ago. I had no recollection of it, and I absolutely loved it. The name of this Heavenletter is Your Heart Can Sing.
Of course, a whole Heavenletter is better. Just the same, here are a few of my most favorite lines from it:
I am a Guide Who takes you where you will, and sometimes where you do not will, and yet, you ride free on the Ship of God. Your life is not battened down. You are not below decks. You are not in the brig. You are on the main deck, and you can climb the masts, and you can see and say as you like. You can look through your telescope and see land ahead, and your heart can cry out: “Land ahead.” Your heart can cry out: “Ahoy, mateys.” And your heart can sing...
On My ship, We ride the High Seas, and the waves lap, the surf is white, and the sun is bright, and clouds are pink and the sky is blue and there is shore ahead and love ahead. You sail the Bounty Main...