Tuesday, February 10, 2009

The Spoken Words of Spirit--February 11, 2009

Life can only be controlled by the circumstances we allow ourselves to be in. While this may sound unfair to some, it is the truth. Only you can control your direction. However, much of your destiny is predetermined so that means you should always attempt to make the best of what time you have in this physical incarnation. The longer it goes, the more you can impress into your soul they type of person you want to be remembered as. We understand that circumstances may hinder your growth, but at the same time, if you are true to your spiritual path, it should be seen as a help to you.

Many people will not understand this message because they have not let go of their anger towards others who have wreaked havoc in their life. They also may not understand it if they have had a dear one pass over at an inopportune time. In fact, there are a host of reasons that people would choose not to understand these words today. Spirit sees the good in all things and in all people. You are included in that. Your struggles never go unnoticed. We are always looking to get you to view the wondrous aspects of who you are now. Forget what is out of your control. Live in the moment of now and live for a brighter, more cheerful future. Direct your thoughts that way and what you will notice is that all the people or causes for delays and disruptions really won’t make any difference. By asserting the self-control and exerting the attitude of promise and hope in your soul, life will begin to feel lighter and more uplifting. May all of you be drenched in glowing accolades and the greatest of blessings. These are The Spoken Words of Spirit.


Jim said...

In trying to move through the untimely death of a child, I have come to believe that we are placed on this earth to "learn" or to "teach" or perhaps both.

The death of my child I believe has taught me much about becoming so much more receptive to the promise and hope of tomorrow as explained in this message. It reached me to the core.

Thanks for posting this wonderful message.

Terry said...

Everything else seems so small, so insignificant when compared with losing a child. My heart goes out to you, Jim. So does a prayer.

Diane said...

I am so truly sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you and your family. I will say a prayer for you.

I too lost a child. She died an hour after she was born. The pain was unbearable then even though she was here for such a short time. I learned so much from the loss and have been able to help others when they suffered similar losses, at least I hope I did.