You know, life can be so confusing and leave you constantly trying to figure out things because we feel so strongly about something or for someone. And, we just don’t get the answers fast enough, making us feel impatient, anxious, uneasy, conflicted. But, when we do this, what we aren’t doing is practicing patience, self-fulfillment and contentment. Does this make any sense whatsoever? That leaves us with the big fat obvious answer, NO. But, we do it anyway.
Thank goodness and good grief! Our moments of grief (and, anything negative for that matter) is only temporary IF we practice a little self control and live peacefully on our “canoe ride” in the middle of the “ocean”…hold on tight when it gets a little rough, kick back, relax and smile when there is stillness. Maybe we want to get “there” faster, but, isn’t the wind on our feet, the sun peeking through the clouds amongst nature’s music pure bliss?
Sounds kinda poetic, right? 😛
I think the key is to put out the right vibrations that will then travel through space and bring back to you similar vibrations. Depending on what are you “asking” (lit or darkened energy), will determine what is received in return. When we take the time to truly focus in on this simple, yet powerful fact, we are gaining strength since we’ll then stay more conscientious on our word choice, prayer time and personal behaviors…putting our energy towards what we would like to personally manifest. We can thank Jesus, and so many more for leaving a beautiful, loving legacy behind that we count on regularly to help us through as we “travel” along our own personal journeys.
So, thankfully, and, with the utmost appreciation and love towards those beautiful souls still floating and blessing us each and every day, we know that our grievances that we experience are temporary. Love and beauty do surround us. We just have to stop and smell the roses.
Let me leave you with this:
All the best,
“Dear Lord, we long to be in Your presence, especially when we face pain and sorrow. Yet You have not left us on our own. The Holy Spirit lives within us – and gives us joy.”
John 16:16 – 22 You will grieve, but your grief will turn to joy.