Recently I was reading a poem, written by John Ruskin, and it got me thinking about life purpose. Our purpose my vary from person to person, but rest assured we all have one. On a planet that follows a Law of Polarity, we have those who create good and those who wreak havoc…both are on purpose. Whatever our purpose, it is also said that whatever we put into this world is what receive. Thereby if we project negativity into the world, that is all we shall ever know.
I wish you some new Love of Lovely things,
and some new forgetfulness of the teasing things,
and higher pride in the praising things,
and some sweeter peace from the hurrying things,
and some closer fence from the worrying things.
As a greater whole, we see only the divine creation. Whilst looking closely we see all the imperfections. Whether they be at a global level or individual levels…guaranteed there are imperfections. How we handle these imperfections is how we see ourselves. If we only see flaws, then we ourselves shall be flawed. If we see the divine beauty, then so shall our true identity be exposed.
Regarding purpose…what we shall sow, so shall we reap. The Law of cause and effect states that whatever we put into this world, we shall receive. We can continue the ways of darkness, only to attract more black clouds into our lives. Or we can choose to Light the way, attracting more sunshine into our lives. How does one know whether their purpose is good or evil? Well, chances are those reading this are on a brightened path searching for more goodness in their lives.
A good man brings out good things from good treasures,
and a bad man brings out bad things from bad treasures.
We have ability to master our thoughts and behaviors, but we cannot control the will of another. There may always be someone who will try to bring us down to negative levels. We must remain strong while giving them a silent blessing. One day maybe they will have a change in heart, but sadly…maybe they won’t. It is not up to us to change them, but only worry about the self. We can, at times of transgression, give silent blessing as Christ taught us. The Lord’s prayer not only asks for forgiveness but protection from future encounters from evil…
Our Father, who art in Heaven, hallowed be thy name.
Thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in Heaven.
Give us this day, our daily bread.
And forgive us our trespasses,
As we forgive those who trespass against us.
Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.
For thin is the Kingdom, the power and the glory are yours,
Now and forever. Amen. Matthew 6:9-13
If we judge or blame another for their anger or their evil ways, we shall only add fuel to their fire. By sending a silent blessing, it not only self-distinguishes the fire mounting within, but may even extinguish their anger.
If an individual comes to the realization of no longer wanting to feel negativity in their daily life, they have an option to change how they feel. Asking for guidance is a good start, but knowing it to be true is the destination. Again, those daring to read this posting, are probably on a brightened path…rejoice!
Stepping into the Canvas giving silent blessings. Not only on those who bring good into the world, but those who bring the opposition. It is positivity that makes us feel good, but negativity that brings us down. Rising above this negativity and blessing it…we shall change our own path. Through negativity it shall present its polarity. Again those reading this…chances are the negativity has made you strong. Rejoice!
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