Now, this is not asking for help in the traditional sense. We think we know the problem therefore the question asking for help is limited.
But what if you don’t really know the problem. Even if it seems like you know you do, you don’t.
The problem is not what we think.
The problem is deeper than this superficial world.
And until you wake up to the fact that you might not know the problem, you cannot ask for a real solution to the problem.
So ask Jesus, God, The Holy Spirit, or whomever, to help you see the real problem. Because then you can be open for a real answer. A real answer that will lead to lasting peace, not just more problems.
How do you know if you are not asking for a real answer to a real problem. Anytime you are asking about what you should do where there is an a or b choice, which choice should I choose, a or b – you know that is not a real problem nor will you get a real answer.
Most times you are asking about what to “do” you will not get a real answer. What we do in the world is not so important. What we think about the world and how we perceive the world is of utmost importance. Because when your thoughts and perceptions of the world are healed, the actions that you “do” will automatically be an expression of love.