Monday, January 21, 2008


The reading below is from Neale Donald Walsch in his book Conversations With God. Think about it, I would love to hear your thoughts on this. Has this been your experience? I know that many people do not like to post on blogs when the topic is deep or serious so feel free to drop me an email instead if needed.

"A true Master is not one with the most students,
but one who creates the most Masters.

A true leader is not one with the most followers,
but one who creates the most leaders.

A true king is not the one with the most subjects,
but one who leads the most to royalty.

A true teacher is not the one with the most knowledge,
but one who causes others to have knowledge.

And a true God is not One with the most servants,
but One who serves the most, thereby making Gods of all others.

For this is both the goal and the glory of God: that His subjects shall be no more,
and that all shall know God not as the unattainable, but as the unavoidable."


Josh said...

Compelling. Honest. Believeable. Sounds great...especially the unavoidable part!

Mike said...

That last bit jibes with a personal effort I've been making to get over medieval concepts of God.