Wayne and Gary were still going strong and highly caffeinated. At this point, they were drinking water to take a break from all of the caffeine. Wayne was rambling off random thoughts, “I saw God for the first time today. I saw all of God’s gifts, I saw miracles, I saw life for the first time! I heard all of God’s sounds in nature for the first time today!
“Prior to this moment, I saw everything else other than God’s gifts and miracles. Each breathing moment is the first time. Today is the first time I saw God.
Every moment prior to that, I was running, making sure I did not fall behind. ‘Keeping up with the Joneses as they say and I was great at the chase.
All the while during the pursuit, I was keeping my eyes peeled looking out for danger, avoiding failure and a fear of falling behind. I was doing great, but I missed everything else. I rarely, if ever, enjoyed any of the miracles and gifts I was blessed with.
It seems we run and run, work hard and then work harder to ‘get ahead’ in the hope that one day we can get off the treadmill of life.
The problem, all of these pursuits are egoic tendencies, fearful pursuits. They are addictive. We are the addicts, always looking for the next high. Afraid to rest and enjoy the moment out of a fear of falling behind. All we really created was a self-defeating pursuit of suffering.
The moment I rested; it was miraculous. Not only did I not fall behind, but rather I was right there in the moment where miracles occur. There was no fear of falling behind and no urgency to get ahead.
An object in motion tends to stay in motion. Although I stopped the chaotic egoic pursuit I am still in motion, aligned with Love.
The answer is Love. Love heals all. Love saves all. Heraclitus is known to have said, “The Only Constant in Life Is Change. But, in truth, the only constant in life is Love.”
In this sequel to the novel Assholes to Angels: A Change of Mind in the Workplace (and the World), Wayne Renroc opens us up to a reality that is quite the opposite of what we have been led to believe about the world as it has been perceived.
Wayne Renroc, the story’s protagonist, continues his steadfast journey to reveal the truth about life, spirituality, and healing. Common beliefs, which have been embraced by nearly every human being, will be exposed to open us up to a reality that is quite the opposite of what we have been led to believe.
The status quo will be challenged, even shattered, and you’ll find yourself either deeply offended or forever grateful for Wayne Renroc’s relentless pursuit of truth hidden underneath the facade of the world you perceive.
Wayne’s journey forces him to take a hard, and often difficult, look at spirituality and healing —one that pushes him toward a deeper connection with God consciousness. You will be encouraged to open yourself up to a higher awareness of Source, God, the Supreme, spirit, or whichever term you prefer.
For those who are searching for peace, just know that you will never find it outside of yourself. The Kingdom is within each and every one of us.
About the Author
T.E. Corner’s books have been strongly influenced by the likes Dr. Wayne Dyer, Eckhart Tolle, Dr. Robert O. Young, and Chris Largent. In this sequel to Assholes to Angels: A Change of Mind in the Workplace (and the World), he continues to explore life’s mysteries and the human experience. By breaking free from the shackles of fear and the ego we can attain an enlightened state of being.