Touching Whos’ Face

King Midas nearly starved because he saw only the surface of the gold he touched and not its inner essence of God. 

Inside the four letters of gold is the L representing its inner being of God. 

If Midas had looked into and saw that gold as well as everything else is translucent to the light of God he would have found everything he touched turned to God … even more precious than gold. 

The last line of Les Miz is, “to love another person is to see the face of God.”  What would it be like to feel that; as you touch everything throughout your day. 

How many things can you touch today and see it as another face of God? 

Smile

Be happy

Enjoy 

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