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Albert Einstein: Nothing Is Random

Nothing is random.

Ann: Prof. Einstein?*

Albert Einstein: Yes, Ann, I am happy to be with you on this glorious morning. Many of you may have seen the pictures from the Hubble telescope, but even they do not do justice to the reality of the expanding universe. Even from the perspective of those of us who have passed over, the multiverse is a soul-staggering sight.

What I came to say to you today is that nothing is random. Life and its varied occurrences can look random, respond in apparently random patterns, but that is because we can see only one tiny speck of the whole picture. In my lifetime, I attempted to look at that little speck as closely as I could to try to discern its pattern, because I knew, I knew, that there was rhyme and reason to the universe.

Perhaps you are not aware that everyone can unlock this secret with just a little observation. We are all on a sine curve on an expanding spiral, but we have access to the beauty of the whole in each tiny atom and even the smaller iterations of creation.

If you can tap into the beauty of such, beauty seen in whatever is right outside your door, the smallest raindrop or leaf, you will have accessed the miracle of the whole. In the hardest times then, you can take that beauty, its pattern, and its message of hope and purpose and let it carry you.

We have very small lives, but each life encompass that miracle as much as any tiny leaf, budding flower, or the widest view of the created multiverse. You are each a universe in creation and, as such, partners with God in that process. When you see the critical importance of your role in whatever unique creation your life is unfolding, your faith in the purpose of your life as part of the whole will take care of itself. For yours is the power and glory as a direct descendant of the Creative Force.

Who would deny the reality of their own essence?

June 5, 2021

Image credit: NASA/ESA The Hubble telescope provides a view of the universe unencumbered by our atmosphere. Space Photos of the Week: Hubbub Over Hubble by SHANNON STIRONE, in Wired, 08.24.2019.

*Referred by Anita Sacco. See "Recommended Channelers" under "Resources" tab. Anita can be contacted for purchase of obtaining the recipe for her protection spray or readings at

All blog entries are works of the imagination and are for spiritual and entertainment purposes only.

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