Always Blessing, Never Losses
Sunday, October 28, 2007
That sentense knocked me off of me feet today. It was stated by a woman who lost her 4 year old son to a terminal illness. It made me start thinking. How can I live and breathe and be this sentense. Boy, a lot of the things I say to myself, the things I fear, my worries, my "stresses", my attitude--it all changes. every fiber of it changes. i can not live by that sentense and be the same person I was. Which is great by me. I am working on personal transformation and it looks like this will be another step in my journey.
Always Blessings Never Losses. My money problems---yep, I can call them blessings. I can sit back and say that something good has to come out of this. My childs learning disability-yep,I can call that a blessing as well. we will all learn and grow stronger as a result. My illness--yep, always blessings, never losses. For it in our illness that our body is telling us that our mind/body/spirit and not in alignment.
I can't imagine where I will be in the next 6 months. I will be getting by journey practitioner accrediation within a month. I'm excited to be part of that and to bring such profound healing to others as I have had. It is easy to see that as a blessing.
I just realized-I always thought that if I could come up with a good sentense, I would order an ipod online because they engrave for free.
And this all leads me back to gratitude. i've been a little neglectful of gratitude in the last couple months. And now with the drought and recession and wild fires and my money problems I can think of a million reasons why it was easy to neglect gratitude. But this sentense, when embrassed, takes care of all of that. We may not always know the blessing right away. The drought could be a blessing because it would be very beneficial to learn water conservation.
This sentense reminded me on how fear based I had become again and not realized it. Silly me. It is not in line with my true beliefs. This is in line with my true beliefs. And just having that little reminder made a great shift in my perspective this eaving.
I think I am going to hang it on my refridgerator.