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I treasure the time I spend with those in my close bubble.

But I mask up and keep my distance from other friends because how could I live with myself if I unknowingly infected someone with Covid? I do it because I respect the rights of others as much as my own.

Two of my friends have passed away this year. If you have also lost someone close to you, I’m giving you a virtual hug because my heart feels what you feel. And maybe you’re like me, full of regrets of what I should have done for them, and with them. (You fill in the blanks)

I should have –

I could have –

I wouldn’t have – if I had known there was so little time before they had had to go. So now, my New Year’s resolution is simple:

I want to love, deeply. To share the simple pleasures in life with those I care about.

To stop channel surfing, to downscale the social clutter, to grow in spiritual maturity, and to simplify, simplify, until friendships are the structure that holds my life together. With political chaos and Covid in our world, nothing is for sure. What is left is our relationship with God and each other. That is what’s important. That’s what life is all about.

May your New Year be blessed with a depth of love you’ve never yet encountered.

Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails. 
1 Corinthians 13:4-8 NIV
To give you a solid foundation for a personal powerful faith, here’s two chapters of my book to read for FREE! You can buy it on Amazon, in paperback or on Kindle. 

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* Excerpts and links to this material may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Jane Catherine Rozek and TheCelestialProposal.com website.

Do you want to understand why we make such a big deal out of Christmas, and what it all means? Here’s a present for you! Go ahead. Open it. It’s the first two chapters of my book to read for FREE!  If you like it, you still have time to buy a Kindle addition for yourself or someone you care about as a wonderful Christmas holiday present. You can even download a free Kindle app to read it right away!

“Prove to yourself what aligning yourself to God might mean to you. It is a season to CELEBRATE! This winter you have time in your warm and cosy living room to READ and discover the answers to your questions!


For example, how did the Star of David move across the sky so fast to the infant Jesus in the manger? And have you ever wondered how the Virgin Mary could get pregnant?

"But the angel said to her, “Do not be afraid, Mary; you have found favor with God. You will conceive and give birth to a son, and you are to call him Jesus. He will be great and will be called the Son of the Most High." Luke 1:30-31

Do you know how do you activate a personal powerful faith? Do you have to go to Church to be a Christian? Can you believe in New Age stuff and still follow Jesus. This book will answer these, and all your other weird and wonderful questions!

Besides, you’re brave enough to think for yourself. And God’s has a gift waiting for you! 

Here’s another gift! Petra is a historic and archaeological city in southern Jordan. We were there a few years ago. The three wise men, the Magi from Persia, once traveled this same caravan route to Bethlehem to find the Holy Child that was born. I want to share my photos and impressions with you because it was fascinating! It’s real!

Three Wise Men in Petra on the way to Bethlehem

♥ With love from my heart to yours!

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* Excerpts and links to this material may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Jane Catherine Rozek and the JaneCatherineRozek.com website.

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As the days go by in the first months of the year 2020, are you making any headway on your New Year resolutions ?

Many of us don’t have a lot of faith in doing so. We hope to, but there is no power in hope. There is no creative energy in saying, “I hope I can. I wish I could, I want to.” Or even saying, “I’m going to try to…” – these words are not going to make us successful.

I read some words of wisdom when I was seventeen, and I still remember them. I don’t know which ancient scholar first wrote the lines (email me if you know) but a contemporary translation would go something like this:

“If you seem unable to change THINGS in your life, first change your ideas about those things.”

The Celestial Proposal book“We must believe wholeheartedly that whatever we hope for is possible, so that spiritual forces can come into play. And if we align ourselves with a higher power, then… (Excerpt from The Celestial Proposal, Chapter 12 A Quantum Leap Belief System, pg. 149.)

'Everything is possible for one who believes' (Mark 9:23)."

Our belief system is the whole key. We need to yield to God’s powerful presence in order to override the old circuits of negative thought patterns.

“Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding.” (Proverbs 3:5)

When we align each manufactured thought with God’s promises, where truly anything is possible, our faith grows in quantum leaps and bounds.

 Powerful Faith is a metaphysical process.

Faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see. (Hebrews 11:1)

So I urge you to apply this understanding to your New Year resolutions and have a happy and successful new year!

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* Excerpts and links of this material may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Jane Catherine Rozek and TheCelestialProposal.com website.

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THIS IS ME! Climbing in the Cathedral Provincial Park, in BC, Canada. Do you see the beautiful view through the crevasse of the rock walls? But this place was scary, and I didn’t know which way to go.

Sometimes life gets messy and we don’t know what to THINK. We’re between a rock and a hard place and we get stuck… Scared to push forward, afraid to back down…

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Searching for happiness is like chasing rainbows! You end up searching all over and you never find the start of it. How can you make yourself happy?

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I’m thankful with Thanksgiving because I still live in “God’s country” a beautiful natural world that was exquisitely designed for our enjoyment!

I’m grateful to be alive at this exact time in history, in an unpolluted northern countryside, in the ease of 21st-century modern conveniences and privilege. BUT IF we don’t stop the greed from Continue reading

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Do you have faith? Faith is being sure of what we hope for; so sure it bubbles up from our hearts and comes out in the words we say. But sometimes if I really want to manifest change, I have to Continue reading

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Sometimes life gets messy and we don’t know what to do next. We’re between a rock and a hard place and we get stuck, scared to climb higher and afraid to go back….

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As the days go by in this first month of the year 2014, are we making any headway on the resolutions we’ve made to improve  our lives? The year will bring changes for us all whether we like them or not. But what will make us successful in keeping our New Year’s resolutions?
I read some words of wisdom when I was seventeen and I still remember them. I don’t know which ancient scholar first wrote the lines but a contemporary translation would go something like this:
“If you seem unable to change things in your life,
first change your ideas about those things.”
Lots of us hope we can achieve our goals this year but we don’t have a lot of faith in doing so. We hope to, but there is no power in hope. There is no creative energy in saying “I hope I can. I wish I could, I want to.” Or even saying “I’m going to try to…” – these words are not going to make us successful.
Excerpt from the book, The Celestial Proposal:

We must believe wholeheartedly that whatever we hope for is possible, so that spiritual forces can come into play. And if we align ourselves with a higher power, then

“Everything is possible for one who believes” (Mark 9:23).

Our belief system is the whole key. We cannot gain the spiritual power of faith by our own strength or mental willpower. It is necessary to yield to God’s powerful presence in order to override the old circuits of our negative thought patterns. That’s why we are encouraged to “trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding” (Proverbs 3:5). For when we align each manufactured thought with what we know to be the ways of the Great Ones, where truly anything is possible, our own creative power springs forth in quantum leaps and bounds.
Taking a quantum leap of faith means, we actually believe there will be metaphysical changes to our physical reality in life. Faith has to be accepted as a metaphysical process.

Faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see. (Hebrews 11:1)
So we don’t say “Good Luck with your New Years Resolutions.” We say, “Have faith!”

 

Around midnight one foggy evening, I stood on the edge of a bluff overlooking the Columbia River far below and tried to connect with a higher power. Cloud covered the gorge and levelled itself so it seemed as though I could step out and walk upon its surface. My life also lay before me like a vast journey of undulating ups and downs—there would be some joy, yes, but also lots of heartache. Did I even want to play the game?

“Why am I here? What’s the purpose of life anyway?” I whispered intently over the sea of gray.

We all ask these age-old, mind-niggling questions at some point in our lives. It was at this time I began a personal search for those elusive answers.

This is the opening three paragraphs of the soon to be released book, The Celestial Proposal. It was also the start of a long journey of discovery, a grand adventure in playing the game we are all participating in, the game of life. Isn’t if strange how there are manuals for all the consumer products we buy and rules for every sport, but no basic instruction booklet for living our lives? We want the benefits of our possessions and we want to win at our games, why then don’t we take life more seriously?

It seems to me, we in the western world have everything we need to live well, but we don’t have a reason to live. How sad. No wonder Gen X finds life rather meaningless. If heaven is our goal, if enlightenment is the highest plane, if nirvana beckons, well then let’s get serious and chase after it! I mean we are all going to have to die some time.

So isn’t it just common sense to try to figure out the rules to the game of life so we can merge into that tunnel of white light and shoot through to the next level? And surely if we knew the rules we could enjoy the game and maybe even excel in playing it! That’s our quest.

I can’t be the only one thinking these kind of things and wisdom is given in such unique and personal ways. What’s your reason to play the Game of Life? Comments welcomed!

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