Ponderings over Easter
As I often do, special times make me ponder, this morning around 3 a.m. was no different.
What makes us different, why are we here & why do we have to die?
A ChristmasTree is beautiful just the way it is, but we decorate it to our tasteto make it more beautiful.
Without itsroots it will die in about 2 weeks, so we toss it out, burnt it ordrag it to the dump.
I rather thinkwe humans are a lot like the Christmas Trees, without our roots wealso die and return to our original roots, family, monad, spiritualenergy.
So dying israther like returning home after a holiday, whilst it was fun, itsalways nice to come home.
What we experience whilst away is like we chose a destination to try out. We decorated our lives just as we wanted, free will. However, there are rules to this lifetime. Honor yourself, your parents, and hurt no one.
That does notmean you allow others to run all over you and spoil your EasterParade,
to stand up foryourself as a special light from the Universal Energy. Kick some arseas they say.
Some who havegone before us have made great progress and have made it to the topof the tree. Who knows, we may have been great motivators ourselvesin the past.
To be born intowealth has its own difficulty, one needs to have a strong conscienceas money can make one feel better than everyone else and have moreprivileges, so to be careful not to use the money in nefarious ways.
Born intopoverty has its own lessons. Family can sometimes be strengthened as all try to make a go of it together. There are some families thatsell their children in an effort to “get by” how aweful is that!
Poverty getsmore poverty, how can the children move upward in society withouteducation, good food, wise thoughts from parents.
Myself I havebeen up and down the ladder of success. It is important that thepartners
we choose areof like mind, otherwise they can be the undoing of the other partner.Regrets all around. Lessons learned.
We all have ourchallenges, they are our tests to see if we can get up that darntree.
To remindourselves of who we really are is to quieten ourselves, feel ourenergy within and give thanks for our everlasting eternal lives.
I can nowreflect on my life as I get older, the tree that I am is looking abit “dried up”
but my innerresource are alive and well.
Cheers to allthat read this and find some peace with these words, I feel that theyare not all mine.
Cheers Jae ♥
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