srgiesemann Sanaya Speaks

Blessed be the meek, for they have no need to shout to the world, “Look at me!”  They may do so, but not from a desire to aggrandize the self.  This type of need comes from the fear of not being enough.  There is another kind of meekness that says the same thing.  The kind of meekness of which we speak is not a weakness, but a knowing that says, “I can shout or shut my mouth, but I bow down to the Power that flows through me, waiting in deference to make sure that when I do speak, my words and actions come from that place of love and knowing.  May I be meek today before such Power, knowing that if I displayed the fullness of Who I AM, I would shake the very earth upon which I stand.”