It is apparent that no matter how worked up I get over anything that anyone else does, my feelings, or emotions about that will not change the circumstances. People will do what they want, it’s part of the free will thing.
That being said, I have two New Years resolutions. #1: Since I cannot bring peace and quiet to the world, I will gift myself peace and quiet. #2: I will read The Kybalion at least 5 more times during the year. That’s it, I know I can accomplish these things, therefore have no worries of setting myself up for failure.
I was visited last night in my astral travels by someone saying his name is “Nessah”. Some say the name Nessah is of Hindu origin and means ‘Pure, Holy’. There is also determination this name belongs to the feminine, which is why it is strange that a male would tell me this is his name.
One message he gave to me is that there’s a difference in being part of the system, and breaking the system.
Realization comes that I cannot own this life. Yes, I can accept responsibility for what I do while wearing my body suit, but at any time it can be taken from me. Just like my house, my car, my clothes, my food, heat, and water. Nothing can be owned. There’s nothing that can be done about that. Nothing. Sure, it can be delayed, but loss will happen. Therefore, nothing can be controlled. Nothing. Control is an illusion. There is no such thing as control. Yet many try to bend this law, and it looks like they’re succeeding, but this too is an illusion.
While people struggle to break the natural laws, while they take, and destroy, in order to possess things, all that they do will drop in their laps one day … and it will appear that all harms they have caused will be owned by them … yet this too is only a borrowing.
I step back, grateful for these moments of comfort, knowing full well it can change at any time.
Peace, and quiet. These are my gifts to me this year. All skills will be activated in making this ‘reality’. And I will utilize my capacity for learning in studies which will hopefully add to all that I have learned thus far.
I wish you all a Happy New Year, with resolutions easily kept, no room for failure. My motto is in baby steps, yet I am super pleased when a giant leap happens here and there (pleasant, and sometimes scary, surprises).