This time of the year, Father's Day, graduations and the Summer Solstice marks the end of the school year and half the year is behind us and half remains. We celebrate Father's Day as a reminder of the endless love that our fathers hold for all of us. It is a day to celebrate parenting, and to honor and celebrate our dads, not necessarily bio; yet those who have provided masculine energy and care, regardless of gender.
So what becomes possible with the blessing of our fathers? Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Grandparent’s Day and whatever the day, may fall short of the Divine Ideal. For example, in our human experience our Fathers are expected to provide, supply, guide and protect. Remembering the (biblical) promises made, there is a Universal Presence, a Universal Consciousness, a “Great Something” that has always been there and that always fulfills, provides, guides and supplies every need. All that we need, desire and require is met. Even when it looks like “it ain’t gonna happen”, it does. “It is the Father’s good pleasure to give us the Kingdom.” This is our Father Divine, who fulfills the promises to do just that. So no matter how our earth fathers show up on this physical plane; the Divine Principle that is the power of God, or whatever name you chose, always does. This is the Father Principle of Life-ideally.