Abundance, Peace, Inspiration, Spiritual and The Connection With Self.

"We are all in this giant wheel of life, this grand circle and we are all connected. If you enjoy these writings and quotes shared, then part of my life mission is complete. Notice that the writings are all of everything, no particular dogma or religion. There are many paths to Spirit. Some of these may apply, while some may not. Take what is beneficial and leave behind that which is not. In part, it is what it is and it is my gift to bring enlightenment to all life here and beyond."

Thursday, July 10, 2008

Your Rose Garden


Good morning,

As we approach this day knowing that the many people we meet and come in contact with, including strangers, our friends and relatives are one of the most precious gifts given to us in life. I encourage for you to treat each one as a delicate rose, beautiful and unique in itself. Be very careful not to grasp it too tightly however, or smother it. This rose as a symbol of those in your life may wither and even die if you are not careful. Let that rose have an opportunity to be of inspiration to everyone else it comes into contact with. Share its fragrance, its essence and its beauty. Let that rose in your life know you cherish its absolute expression of Spirit. Let this rose, the symbol of those in your life know that they are truly valued and not just taken for granted.

How do you tend to your rose gardens? Are they nourished with the right amount of love and respect? Have you expressed to them love and told them thank you for just being the beautiful creation of God/Spirit that they are? If not, then why not? With this in mind dear one, I send those words to you from me in this writing right now. Thank you. I love you. Have a Super Day!

In loving white light, my faith, love and magik...

Blessed be always,




"Today, within my own being, I take on the title of Mahatma. I step into being that 'Great Soul' by committing to being the very thing in my life that I desire. The time is now. I am the change I wish to see! And for this, I give such great thanks. God/Spirit is so very good. And so it is."

"Each friend represents a world in us, a world possibly not born until they arrive, and it is only by this meeting that a new world is born."
- Anais Nin

When we happen upon a person who will be a friend, we recognize that person immediately, not only because of the instant and easy rapport, but also because of something unnameable, something intangible, like the birth of a star that says this is a kindred spirit, a brother in the wilderness, a lamp in the house of Usher.

With a friend all things are possible. We can argue, laugh, cry, and even act the fool with no one quite so often and so well as we can with a friend. Our friends are our selves in a different guise, integral pieces of the maddening puzzle.

A day without friends is no day at all, but a lonely, anguished night.

Hold fast to your friends, for without friendship the world would perish.

As a young adult, if you have successfully made the psychic separation from your parents into your own sense of self, then you may have articulated an opinion about the most important questions in life: "Who am I? What is the meaning of life? Is there even a God?" But it really isn't until midlife that our spiritual understandings really begin to ripen, following the experience of what theologian, James Fowler calls the "sacrament of defeat." Our youthful idealism crumbles, and we then are faced with the fact that there are not really true answers to life's greatest paradoxes and no way to escape impermanence and suffering. We find that sometimes bad things routinely happen to good people. At this point the scaffolding of outer religious belief often topples, and if we successfully negotiate the ensuing dark night of the soul, a deeper spiritual understanding may and can emerge.

If possible today, take a mindful walk. When you return, contemplate the religious or spiritual beliefs of your own young adulthood. Did you undergo a "sacrament of defeat" at some point when you may have found your suffering was so intense that all your previous ideas about the universe crumbled? If so, did any new spiritual or religious beliefs begin to emerge? Make a few notes for later in the week. And then come back to it and reevaluate it again.

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A Poem That Inspires Me

The following poem has actually set the goal of my life and the reason for this blog. Basically it says to me that love is the only difference between life and a living death. I feel the more love a person has, the higher his evolution and development is. In turn, the higher his development is, the nearer is he to the knowledge of God/Spirit, and of course the most asked question, the meaning of life.
The noblest work on earth, within my ken. Is ministering to the souls of men. And if our vision's true and God is near, his voice will speak to you and you will hear, "Go ye out to all the world and preach for me The Gospel of Immortality." For God's in every man and man's divine. For He hath said, "Let thy light so shine." That unto all others a beacon it shall be, helping and guiding on toward Immortality. Thou canst not help or guide the least one on if thou are not sure thyself the way is true; that is the reason I have come to you. To make it simpler, clearer, unto thee, to find the way to Immortality. If thou hast helped just one poor, lonely soul. To heal a wound and make it whole, then hast thou seen God, and God shall dwell with thee, making thee sure of Immortality.
Contemplate these words. If you have learned to love and appreciate the abundance of God/Spirit around and in us, the natural forces and powers with which we are truly blessed. I encourage you to go out and preach the Gospel of Immortality in your own very unique way.

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