“There are many paths to Greatness, and you might have to go through hell to get there!”
You see, we are taught to fear; fear things that we cannot control. Yet and still, it is ultimately those things-call them hard times, disasters, trials, tribulations and/or hell—that we have the opportunity to “show up” in life however we choose. It is those very times when we are going through hell that we discover our capabilities, our vulnerabilities, and believe it or not, our power. When you go through hell, you are literally going through a spiritual rebirth and an authentic awakening, if and only if you choose to experience it that way.” ~ Rev Freda
The Universe is amazing. We attract what we think. How many times have we heard that and how many times do we say, wow so true?
Too often we get caught up in our day-to-day lives and forget the power of influence we truly possess. At times we just want to blame someone else for what’s happening because it’s easier. Instead of taking accountability, breathe, release, and move on.
Signs and hints are coming all the time to help us grow, manifest those things that are not only needed in our lives but that will take us to another level.
Today, encouragement presented itself through Facebook:
In everyone’s life, at some time, our inner fire goes out. It is then burst into flame by an encounter with another human being. We should all be thankful for those people who rekindle the inner spirit. ~Albert Schweitzer
That is meant to be. Another may say: “people come into our lives for a reason or a season”…something like that. Chose to look at those that are present are here for the greater good, negativity does not exist. It’s a choice.
If authenticity is important to us, we have to reveal ourselves and be vulnerable at times. Yep it’s scary, but once we decide on what our intentions are, and we allow the positive energy to manifest, we are energized through the truth.
Through meditation and reading I was inspired to write this today. I am grateful. I don’t know why, I can only hope through sharing and being authentic…it will help someone..:)
“To everything there is a season…” “The ah-ha moment is in knowing which season of life you are in, and then growing and going with the flow of that season. Would you plant seeds in the winter? Would you expect to harvest crops in the spring?” (sorry, can’t remember where I found this quote)