(Q) Would marriage to the boy with whom I am now going be advisable? (A) Better ask the boy – not here! You don’t agree in all things, but you would have to before you begin. Better have the reading on him!
Daily Application of Selected Cayce Readings
Facing Life Together
In putting into practice what you know to do, in being led by what has been given to you; your contributions may aid others who seek to know God’s presence and the harmony, the peace that comes with abiding in God.
Based on Edgar Cayce reading 262-33
For Cullen it was more than just a coincidental set of circumstances.
He had been involved in a weekly discussion group for only three months when he received an injury that required several months of slow recovery. The group was very supportive and helped him through some discouraging days.
While he was recovering, one of the women in the group was suddenly deserted by her husband. She had two teenage boys to raise and now had to get a job. This meant finding someone to take care of the boys after school until she got home from work.
Cullen helped her find a house not too far from his. The boys came to his home after school because he was well enough to be out of the hospital but still unable to go back to work the boys gave him the company he needed at that point in his life, and he could be a father to them.
Later they took trips together. They grew with each other during those years and have maintained their relationship with each other to the present day.
Cullen believes that they each had to face these disruptions, which occurred at the same time so that each could give the other the courage to face what they all had to face, together.
APPLICATION: Find a way to get the support you need and then give your encouragement to someone else.