Defining our goals

At a party I attended, the guests were invited to play a game called "power trip." We were asked to imagine that we could be anyone we wished to be. We could have any name, background, and occupation. One guest pictured herself as the head of a task force of specialists combating hunger, poverty, illiteracy. Other choices ranged from high court justice to deep-sea fisherman.

"Power trip" was harmless fun. But consider this fact in Christian metaphysics: Not one of the countless occupations you could mention compares with your true occupation—to express, in the unique way appointed by God, the limitless attributes of your Father-Mother as His spiritual reflection. And no name you could invent for yourself compares with your true name—the loved of Love.

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