Friday, October 17, 2008

The Spoken Words of Spirit--October 18, 2008

Do you know who you are? Life can be very complicated for all people. It is not advisable for you to turn yourself into a self-debasing pinata. It has never served anyone well when they've done that. If you understand that sometimes it is your soul that is learning a lesson and not your physical self, then the degree of separation from your problems might be a slight bit easier. In other words, living in the physical is the greatest testament to your strength and character. Our approach today is to get you to spend a few minutes to think about all the good things you represent. Have you ever done that? When you have gone through periods of struggle, whether it was caused from a broken trust from a loved one, an illness for you or someone else, or even just the daily grind of life, you must trust and believe that the hand of Spirit is with you. No, not all problems can be taken away from you. How else would you gain wisdom, strength and courage--the courage to reach out to others for help? No one is forsaken. No one is forgotten about, ignored or thought poorly of. We say this even though there will be many times that you will have done something that goes directly against the grain of proper spiritual behavior. While we are not telling you to go out and create bedlam, we are trying to get you to realize that even in your darkest hours a light is shining on you. This is a simple way to tell you that you are loved by many, and if you cannot see it, you need do nothing more than talk to God and Spirit. Reach out to anyone who makes themselves available, even if you feel like you might be over stepping the bounds of the relationship, no matter how serious or peripheral it may be. Walk with your heads held high. Be proud of who you are and above all else today, find a way to show gratitude to yourself and anyone who may lift you up. These are the spoken words of Spirit.
I need a favor from all of you. I have no true way to judge how many people are benefiting from this blog. Could you take just a minute of your time to e-mail me at to let me know if you have looked at it. No need to write anything long. It's just a way for me--personally--to know if I have to make any changes in the approach. Since this blog was originally created to market my book, but instead quickly turned into Spirit's inspirational postings, I could use a little feedback. Thank you, Jim.

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