Honoring others requires conscious effort

Published May 29, 2016 by tindertender

Isn’t it amazing when the future is not known? Isn’t it amazing when we decide to be loving and accepting rather than vindictive and hateful? This is my choice, and although others feel I should react and behave differently, I will be true to me, and I will honor myself for who I am and what I have inside me.

You see, as I have told many people, I want to be nice … so I will practice. Regardless of what people call me, or label me, or view me as … I know this is their version of their story of me and not the truth. I want to be loving, so I practice … I practice loving those who say mean things and behave in a manner that does not value the effort I put into a relationship, or circumstance.

We are all having an experience of life. Sometimes we get confused, or something happens which affects our ability to think clearly. Sometimes it’s easier to blame someone for our pain, than to accept it and cope with it in the most loving and strong way possible. At times we do not have the power, or will to deal with a situation, so we walk away.

It is important that we as people consider what and where another person may be at any given moment in their life. When someone sees me, speaks to me, or is around me, they do not know the events that have recently taken place … or any idea what I am dealing with.

I and my good friend are of the mind that when someone makes something look easy, or that it is of little effort, it is difficult for another to understand the energy behind the success of a situation. This is good, in a way … however it could lead to mistaken thoughts and ideas.

It amazes me how someone might decide in their minds how I must react or respond to a situation, and atempt to steer me in a direction or thought or action … or non-action. It is important to remind others they have no say in your actions, reactions, responses, or decisions. I say this of myself … I am the master of my world, or I like to think so …. however I know for a fact that this life is a union and united effort in combination with the unseen.

I love my spirit team / family. I love my family I can see as well. I wish the best of everything for them. I must be an example of love and integrity, honesty and acceptance. Selfish acts and thoughts do not belong here. My world when young was an “I” world. Today it is a “we” world. This feels much better, I prefer it.

True … and it does hurt. It hurts when someone who has occupied so much energy walks away, surprising everyone. It makes no sense, and so I need to let go, and yet there are still things that need to happen. I am tired, and just want it to stop if this is what is needed. And if not, I still want it to stop. A person can only take so much ….

Honoring others does take a conscious effort. Honoring oneself also takes a conscious effort, and comes first … in the seen world that is …



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