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Greatness Is Up To Us

Published October 10, 2017 by tindertender

In our hurry to expel that which is no longer serving our highest and greatest good, what is affecting our lives and our surroundings in a manner that may not be positive, we must remember to rest. Reducing harmful aspects of our living too quickly may also do more harm than is needed. Push it out, leave it behind, by all miens if this is what feels should be done, but rest … when strength is replenished, begin again.

You have probably had the drive to make great change come upon you, or perhaps it is gently coming into mind. I will not make a list, for every one of us has a different scenario we live with, habits included. There is no wrong way to go about this, as long as an effort to cause no harm for others, or self, is made.

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Look around you, there are so many in this world who are feeling this shift as well. Our media focuses on the negatives and if we choose to wait for them to broadcast something which provides hope, we will miss it.

It is up to us to foster the beauty and greatness of humanity.
First by being, and then by seeing.

Peace Wins

Published October 8, 2017 by tindertender

“Our purpose is to invoke each others greatness, and to attempt working a daily miracle in each others lives. Therefore, ask yourself: what miracle have you created from your own heart today?”

“Human Angels were seeded beyond the mists of time, to act as Guardians to those who have forgotten who they truly are. We were coded to awaken the true nature of every human being here on earth as a soul-filled presence.”

~ Stewart Pearce, The Heart’s Note

People often look at those they have known from the past, and remember them from that time frame ~ memories which include good things, as well as not so good things.

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During life, what we may have believed, or what we did not know, at the age of twenty, changed by the time we turned 30, 40, 50 and so on. By living, we have learned. Mistakes have sometimes been our greatest lessons.

An author was questioned about his beliefs, for they differed from his first book to the second, and then again from the second to the third. He replied that the first book was authentic in where he was at the time, and through life, thoughts about subjects changed, reflected in each book, marked by published date.

This is true for most of us. As we mature, our ideas about right and wrong, and in general, how we think things ought to go, change.

It is easy to meet someone we knew 30 years ago, memory takes us right to that time frame (interesting how this works) and we instantly remember all the crazy stuff that happened. Yet, that someone has changed. That someone may have changed so much (visualized by the body they wear today, different from 30 years ago, yes?) that they do not even resemble the memories now in the forefront of the mind.

It is important that we see these changes not only in ourselves, but that we also consider the changes which have occurred in others. Letting go of the old, and moving into the new. Healing comes from embracing lessons, hugging them as a dear friend, and then releasing them. Progress in our personal relationship with self, and in our relationships with others, depends on this release ~ it requires that we be willing to move forward.

Personal PowerWith excitement, look toward the future, for it is what you will make it to be. Don’t get too wrapped up in what this one or that one is doing, or how if they don’t change, nothing will. NO! Change happens in your heart, and the affect of this change ripples into the world. Take ownership, stop giving up your power … FOCUS.

The changes you create do not have to be big, or even noticed by anyone. These changes will be felt. The senses of all life are becoming magnified. One person, one location, many ripples at a time … united, as energies touch.

Peace wins.

The Warrior

Published October 8, 2017 by tindertender

“One does not become enlightened by just imagining figures of light but rather by making the darkness conscious.”
~ Carl Jung

“It is the substance of peace, and not the behavior of war, that will ultimately heal our fear.”
~ Stewart Pearce

“They just don’t know how to hear the hush of heaven when you speak of the wonder in your heart. Just forgive, they won’t forget!”
~ Benjamin

“To love another, is to see the face of God … The key to happiness is the way of love, and love withheld is the key to pain.”
~ Stewart Pearce

“Our doubts are traitors, and make us lose the good we oft might win, by fearing the attempt. ”
~ Shakespeare

“Be the change you want to see in the world. For first they will ignore you, then they will laugh at you, then they will fight you, and then you will win. ”
~ Gandhi

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Your Calling In A World Gone Wrong

Published October 5, 2017 by tindertender

“Talents do not diminish by gifting them to others … they in fact GROW.”
~ Michael Meade

“Because what calls to us is timeless, the calling can come at any time. At each turn in the road our life’s work awaits us; thus our calling keeps calling no matter our age or position or condition in life.” – Michael Meade

The two greatest fears in life are said to be the fear of abandonment and the fear of being overwhelmed by life. Amidst radical climate changes that make this year the hottest on record and in the midst of an overheated, at times deplorable, political season, it it easy to feel abandoned by nature and on the verge of overwhelm from the size of the problems we face and the lack of meaningful solutions.

In psychological terms, it is the ego that fears the uncertainties of life whereas the deep self or soul knows that we are never alone in this world and that we are at home whenever we are in touch with the depth of our own heart and the dream of our soul.

Michael Meade speaks about reorienting ourselves to death so we may find lost meanings of life and cogent ways of perceiving life-changing events. Life and Death are not exclusive opposites, birth and death are opposite each other and life includes both. Avoiding death causes it to become more literal and shocking. Opening death as a symbol and metaphor gives it a place to be and become known. A culture that begins denying death will end by denying life. If we think of Death as an essential presence rather than simply the absence of life; we can see that it must have its place, like beauty and sorrow, like love and aloneness.

The Truth

Published October 4, 2017 by tindertender

There are many who fight so hard against the truth because they absolutely do not want to believe it is possible. In the backs of their minds it is there, and they see it, yet they deny it because it is scary … so it continues.

Falling EmpireThese situations must be addressed. The corporate poisoners must be stopped. The only way to begin is to acknowledge the sinister methods in which they operate. Once this acknowledgement occurs, each step toward dismantling it will present itself.

Do not get lost in the story of ‘we can’t do anything about it now’. We absolutely can do something about it, once we look it square in the face and say, “I see what you are doing, and it is no longer going to be tolerated.”

Step out of denial, if not for yourself, for the children.

Money really isn’t the issue people have when it comes to the elimination of evil. The real issue is our habit of participation. When we take our attention back from it, when we stop participating in it, when we make cleaner and more sustainable choices, the empire which is destroying the world will fall.

The key is to stop being defensive … and step over to offense. This does not mean to wage war, it actually means to stop participating in war … this war that the destroyer has us fighting.

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