Oh my, already the last day of February. How are you going with your conscious creations? Do you believe and experience (most of the time) that you're the creator of your reality?
If not yet, don't worry, it takes focus and practice, falling down and getting back up. As long as you don't give up you'll be perfect. You ARE perfect.
Today the 10th of the 12 Disciples they start from here if you missed the previous ones.
Know that I AM is the creator / is creating / is creative.
The long version, underneath. Have fun. THE TWELVE DISCIPLES“And when he had called unto him his twelve disciples, he gave them power against unclean spirits, to cast them out, and to heal all manner of sickness and all manner of disease.”- Matt.10:1
The Twelve Disciples represent The Twelve qualities of mind which can be controlled and disciplined by man. If disciplined they will at all times obey the command of the one who has disciplined them.
These twelve qualities in man are potentials of every mind.
Undisciplined, their actions resemble more the actions of a mob than they do of a trained and disciplined army. All the storms and confusions that engulf man can be traced directly to these twelve ill-managed characteristics of the human mind in its standard slumbering state.
The 10th Disciple.
Thaddaeus, the tenth, is the disciple of praise, a quality in which the undisciplined man is woefully lacking. When this quality of praise and thanksgiving is awake within man, he walks with the words, "Thank you, Father," ever on his lips.
He knows that his thanks for things not seen opens the windows of heaven and permits gifts beyond his capacity to receive to be poured upon him.
The man who is not thankful for things received is not likely to be the recipient of many gifts from the same source. Until this quality of the mind is disciplined, man will not see the desert blossom as the rose.
Praise and thanksgiving are to the invisible gifts of God (one's desires) what rain and sun are to the unseen seeds in the bosom of the earth.