Saying good-bye is never easy. Even when we leave behind situations that are painful, it still requires an adjustment, for pain, too, is something which can be missed once gone.
Every relationship, every situation, is for a reason. It may be that some knowledge of current, must be brought forth into future endeavors. Usually, if paid heed and utilized correctly, this new knowledge can be beneficial to all involved.
Grow. Never stop adding to the learning adventure. Stretch your comfort zone, move beyond what you may see as your capacity. There is always room for something greater. You have so much to offer, and while others offer their own experiences for lessons, you can do the same for them.
Your life is valuable, your knowledge is perfect and when used for good can shift the world view and path toward the outcome of peace and compassion. The seeming negatives, which undoubtedly have been yours, are teaching tools. For others, and also for self. Moving beyond the pain they may have caused, increases care for self, and for all in the world.
We were playing in the garden, and some sneaky devil drugged her and took her away. We’ve been looking for her for a very long time ~ we’ve found her. Stick around. When we release her, you will not want to miss it …
It is true the human race is under attack, the easiest way to formulate the story is by a physical war. This battle we wage is not physical though. Our thoughts are manipulated in ever so subtle ways, if we are not paying attention we will fall. We have indeed fallen and when we view the world as it is today we can see it quite clearly.
The message is the same in the trailers before the movie started ~ we are under attack, and the only way to save ourselves, is to change ourselves, not by pointing at another and saying, “You falter here”, but being brave enough to take that statement and ask ourselves, “Are we faltering here?”
Peace will never come about if we are intent on making everyone else ‘wrong’ or ‘bad’. It will only come about if we focus and work toward making our self ‘better’ than we were before.
Do you believe in love?
Can you find love in your heart? Do you look yourself in the mirror and pick apart the image you see? Are you constantly using negative self talk? If so, you are most likely using this same communication with everyone you encounter as well.
Habits are difficult to break. It is possible though to change the way we talk to ourselves, and others ~ to change the way we think. When we do this, the way we see the world will shift. If done on a grand scale, there may be hope for us all.
Peace is in our choice ~ so is a vile nature. Which one will be fostered?
I for one am certainly feeling the energies of this. I’ve recently had a dream of a huge explosion on the sun, creating darkness from a clear blue sky. I hope the bible is correct and it will only be 3 days of darkness.
I’ve been pondering life and the ongoing saga of it. I thought how wonderful it would be to remember everything learned along the way, perhaps it would make it easier not to repeat mistakes. However, with the remembering of all lessons comes also the remembering of death.
Last night I remembered, and the trade off is not worth it. People are viscous and cruel and remembering death is not something I prefer for retaining knowledge. This was only one of 5 deaths I recall, and thinking about the many times one dies in these cycles, the trauma can, and would, add up to be something that is not easily dealt with. Faith in the goodness of humanity would be further destroyed.
If we are to assist each other in becoming something more … something better than before … then we must be able to see clearly the good that dwells in each other, unhindered by the past.
Today, I will look deeply for the goodness. I will do my utmost to BE that goodness I long to see in the world. Consciously, I will pour forth this effort and I hope it will be met by those doing the same.