October 10, 2020
Resist the temptation to engage in an argument, taking place between two, or more, people. Resist the temptation to choose a side in an argument, taking place between two, or more, people, and be still. When you are still: you are not adding to the argument; you are not making it more difficult to resolve. Be still, and be present, quietly. This quiet will begin to move all around the room, and it will begin to move all around those, who are in turmoil. It will not add to the conflict. It will begin to create an atmosphere, which will assist resolution. There is power in quiet. Practice it today. Practice.
And The Holy Spirit says:
You have heard it said, “practice makes perfect.” To achieve perfection, it is required that, you practice. And this does not mean just to practice the violin, or the drums, or the piano. It does not mean just to practice dance, or to practice throwing a ball. These things can be perfected through practice. But the most important practice is a spiritual practice, wherein you practice, and perfection is the outcome of the practice. Practice makes perfect. Therefore, practice.