Transforming

Tis easy enough to be pleasant, When life flows along like a song; But the man worth while is the one who will smile when everything goes dead wrong. ~Ella Wheeler Wilcox

Climbing out of my angry shroud. So much of my hard work lost this year. Painful experiences. Hard drives crashing in the middle of pre-Nanowrimo stuff. Like tumors in need of cutting out. It’s not my fault but like horseshit in my driveway I am stuck with it anyway. How it got there I don’t know. Trying to get rid of dung is pointless when all you can do is transform it into something else. Like garden fertilizer. Who allowed the toddlers to be in control of my story?

Coincidences- I and so many of my friends are hurting right now. Things that should never have happened-happened anyway. lost love, lost parents, lost jobs.

Suffering. Instead of focusing on myself I ask them “How may I serve you with unconditional love?”

Some of these are losing a child, someone finally being able to speak out about their rape, another finding her voice and speaking of the man that killed her father and he only served seven years. Injustices.

All of our voices and our tears are coming together in unison, compassion, and love. These people have incredible strength. They are so brave. It helps to not focus so deeply on self. Empathy for someone else. “I know what you’re going through, I’ve been there too.” Compassionate loving hearts join together for healing.

The Brahma Viharas are: Mudita (Sympathetic joy), Karuna (Compassion), Upekkha (Equanimity) and Metta (Loving Kindness). Applying these four “divine principles” to others is a wonderful way to remember that we are all one in the same.

But out of this something wonderful has happened. It brought out the best in all other hurting human beings.
All over the world people are coming together. The helpers. The nurturers. the healers.. Doing what needs done to help.

In the last four months so many women have came forward from abusive situations, abuse organizations, tortured situations, victims that have gone on to new lives to become heroes.

I see a new blessing developing here. A wonderful thing happened through seeing my life story. It was an experience. And I am developing new experiences.

The story of us brought him back into my life. Although I would never want to be the one to admit it. I’ve thought about him so much over the years. How is he?…Is he well? Is his life easy and happy or difficult? How can I help? Of all the people I have met I feel like thanking him. Letting him know I am at a distance but still close. “Thank you so much for coming in to my life. You are amazing.” I’m so different since coming here. I have grown too, so much since meeting him. I don’t know why God brought me back in his life but there must be a reason. I don’t know how to come up with a reason as to why but all I can do is sit and wait to find out why.

Solution two. Finding a way to help the victims of abuse. Thinking-thinking-thinking-thinking. Breakthrough. Terrible trauma breaks open the psyche and developing new things. There is no problem without a solution.
So some solutions are coming. These women are my new heroes. It has opened my eyes to so many more things.

Abraham Hicks Group on Allowing. Allowing does not mean tolerating. Allowing does not mean taking crap under the guise of going with the flow, or even being kind. Allowing means you decide what you want in your life and you allow it in. Allowing means you align with your inner being to allow your creations that are already in the vortex to manifest in the physical world. Allowing does not mean you cannot have standards.

the Universe always has a better plan for you and for me.

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