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Spirituality and Transitioning
« on: September 07, 2007, 02:54:44 am »
If you wish to be who you truly are then you may have to look at the world about you from a different angle.  Also, take a good look within yourself to see the woman you truly are.  Touch her, feel her, know her, then be her.

There are as many colors within the range of human emotions, feelings, and perceptions as there are in the spectrum of visible light, so the number of possible outcomes is without counting.  This is why it is important to look at the world with reference to who you truly are to yourself and find the true you, the one without guile or error, your inner self.  You might need to feel all of the colors of emotions that you can possibly feel to learn what you need to know, and like many other things in this imperfect world, certain combinations can hurt a lot when embraced.  You will learn to quickly let go of what does not serve you well.

Once you have made up your mind and have determined who you are, you will have found the inner self.  Then you can go forth in pride without fear or uncertainty. If you have looked at yourself as mentioned above there will be no room for uncertainty in your spiritual walk.

Always come from the purest part of the heart of your true self. Walking the spiritual path is not the easiest to walk, but it has many wonderful benefits, not the least among which are a good self-image, self esteem, the knowledge of being an equal (in a few cases, above) with the rest of the world and truly shine the light for those on the lower rungs of the ladder, and be happy with whom you sleep and awake even when you are alone.

Such is what you would call the road to enlightenment. One must know the darkness in order to appreciate the light.

Same would go for those who walk the opposite path on their personal journey seeking for the same results of being who they truly are within.

May the Infinite bless you all on your journey in this world of uncertainties.

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TWO FRIENDS WERE WALKING THROUGH THE
 DESERT. DURING SOME POINT OF THE JOURNEY,
 THEY HAD ARGUMENT & AND ONE
 FRIEND SLAPPED THE OTHER ONE IN THE FACE.
 THE ONE WHO GOT SLAPPED WAS HURT,
 BUT WITHOUT SAYING ANYTHING, WROTE IN THE
 SAND: TODAY MY BEST FRIEND SLAPPED ME
 IN THE FACE.<br /><br />THEY KEPT ON
 WALKING, UNTIL THEY FOUND AN OASIS, WHERE
 THEY DECIDED TO TAKE A BATH THE ONE
 WHO HAD BEEN SLAPPED GOT STUCK IN
 THE MIRE AND STARTED DROWNING, BUT THE
 FRIEND SAVED HIM. AFTER HE RECOVERED
 FROM THE NEAR DROWNING, HE WROTE ON A
 STONE: "TODAY MY BEST FRIEND SAVED MY
 LIFE ". THE FRIEND WHO HAD SLAPPED
 AND SAVED HIS BEST FRIEND ASKED
 HIM, "AFTER I HURT YOU, YOU WROTE IN THE
 SAND AND NOW, YOU WRITE ON A STONE,
 WHY?" THE FRIEND REPLIED "WHEN SOMEONE
 HURTS US WE SHOULD WRITE IT DOWN IN
 SAND, WHERE WINDS OF FORGIVENESS CAN ERASE
 IT AWAY. BUT, WHEN SOMEONE DOES SOMETHING GOOD
 FOR US. WE MUST ENGRAVE IT IN
 STONE WHERE NO WIND CAN EVER ERASE
 IT." LEARN TO WRITE YOUR HURTS IN
 THE SAND AND TO CARVE YOUR BLESSINGS
 IN STONE. THEY SAY IT TAKES
 MINUTE TO FIND A SPECIAL PERSON, AN
 HOUR TO APPRECIATE THEM, A DAY TO LOVE
 THEM, BUT THEN AN ENTIRE LIFE TO FORGET
 THEM.

Cindy
« Last Edit: September 07, 2007, 10:16:06 pm by cindybc »

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