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Ernest Holmes wrote of the infinite possibilities in creation as follows:
Each state of consciousness taps the same source, but has a different receptivity. Each receives what [they] asks for, according to [their] ability to embody. The Universal is Infinite; the possibility of differentiating is limitless.

When you think of the phrase “the Universal is Infinite,” what comes to mind?

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The value we are focusing on next month is Education and Continuous Improvement.  

Warm regards,

Edward Viljoen

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