Those of us who are on a mission of awakening the planet towards healing and compassion realize that time is short. We have so much suffering going on in the world right now. Too many wars, poverty, famine, sexual assault of minors, not to mention natural disasters and human made tragedies such as the plane crash last week. We can’t sit and watch all this happen and not do anything about it. We can raise the consciousness of our fellow light workers and help spread the message of compassion and peace. We all have the power within. Remember people like Gandhi, Mandela, Mother Theresa were all ordinary people who stood up for extra ordinary things. They believed in a just world. They believed in compassion. They believed in humanity. Please think of a way to offer yourself in service that will benefit humanity.
We are not meant to stay wounded. We are supposed to move through our tragedies and challenges and to help each other move through the many painful episodes of our lives. By remaining stuck in the power of our wounds, we block our own transformation. We overlook the greater gifts inherent in our wounds — the strength to overcome them and the lessons that we are meant to receive through them. Wounds are the means through which we enter the hearts of other people. They are meant to teach us to become compassionate and wise.
I keep getting this message repeatedly this week wherever I go! I guess the universe is trying to tell me something. I agree, forgiveness is an essential element of spiritual growth. I think it weighs you down if you hold a grudge or resentment towards others. Regardless of the circumstances, no matter how you were hurt or wronged or by whom, by releasing negative emotions, you feel lighter and at peace.
Some of the most amazing people in the world were not perfect ; they were scared by suffering, hardships, losses and imperfections. But, when they recovered, they were stronger, wiser, and more loving and compassionate. Your life is going to get better in the proper time and you will be stronger and more at peace than ever before.
Bryant Mc Gill
Beautiful reminder for us all!
I’m still feeling sad and lonely tonight but I know this too shall pass. Every day we have to wake up and give thanks for everything that is good in our life and not complain for what’s not right. As my grandma used to say. Look at others who have so little yet they are always smiling. Yes! Gratitude.
Love, Light, & Healing prayers to all precious souls who might be worried about something. Remember after the darkness, there is a new dawn