Go then and make of the world something beautiful,
set up a light in the darkness
What god wants god shall have, and so I say, make it easy on yourself. The divine will asks only that things happen, that what it asks to exist comes to pass. My desire, my little will gives it form. If I struggle it comes anyway, malformed, a lesser power than it should be. If I give myself to it, it passes through me and I nourish it as it nourishes me. The difference is in the knowing of it. If there is confusion, I have not allowed life, the will of god, to change me. If I know it, I am changed by it. I have ferried myself across the churning waters of emotion. I go with the current, I rock to and fro in the tide. I come to a place I never knew I was bound for. There is a reason for accidents.
When I open my mouth I let the gods speak and it is like sparrow singing. When I open my heart I find the way, a gap through the wall of mountains. Through me I allow the world to unfold. I have the magic of earth, wind and flame.
Though the future lies shrouded in veils, if I give my will to what I know not, I shall see it all come to pass. No sorrow. No sweat. Knowing the world is as the world should be, I enter the fields of peace.
Awakening Osiris: The Egyptian Book of the Dead by Normandi Ellis, Phanes Press, 1988