Monday, January 4, 2010

The Spoken Words of Spirit--January 5, 2010

Life can be looked at like a fine wine. It begins with a concept, but then it takes years to come to fruition. As you mature, the lessons of what you may or may not have done right will continue to surface. There will be some days when you wish to be sweeter and others when life may be better dry. Either way, you are responsible for the outcome. If you allow yourself to be “fertilized” by the power that God and Spirit can bring to you, then you cannot help but flourish in many great ways. The grapes needed to create wine are also fertilized. In a sense, it is what is put into the foundation--the ground--that makes you what and who you are.

While there is never a bad time to seek the benefits of improvements, there will be times when you think your life is dormant. Just like grapevines need to rest, sometimes the human body needs to take time to adjust too. When things are moving slower, consider this the time for you to reflect and rejuvenate your views of how strong you would like to be. Do you want the sweetness of life to rise to the surface, or will you rush things and ultimately become sour? The choice is yours. Take a little time to reflect on what is truly important to you. You might be surprised that what was important last year might not hold the same relevance or esteem this year. Life is an evolutionary process, both on the cosmic and personal levels. The good thing is that your decisions make it possible to improve your life all the time.

In this new year, let the angels sing their loving vibrations to you. If you are honest with yourself, then the things you desire will be of the type that help you to grow as a person; to persevere as though you enjoyed life. Even in the wake of disappointments, there is no rule that prohibits you from enjoying the gentleness of your soul. Each one of us was created to be a gift to others. Certainly, in the eyes of God and Spirit, you are each a treasure chest full of golden riches. Will you seek yours this year? May the improvements in life find their way to you and stick with you like glue. These are The Spoken Words of Spirit.
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If you want to view other short quotes from Spirit, you can send a “friend request” to me on FaceBook. There is a fan page for the book too. I’ll be leaving different quotes on each page.

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5 comments:

Mary said...

Each one of us was created to be a gift to others.
I do like this.
Certainly, in the eyes of God and Spirit, you are each a treasure chest full of golden riches.
That is so wonderful to read. What more can we ask for?
In this new year, let the angels sing their loving vibrations to you. I shall!
Such a Beautiful way to start the New year.
As always thank you, Jim.
God Bless :-)**

Diane said...

"In this new year, let the angels sing their loving vibrations to you." Such a beautiful, peaceful feeling these words give.

"May the improvements in life find their way to you and stick with you like glue." That is a wonderful blessing from Spirit. I love the playfulness of their words.

Thank you Jim.

JoAnn said...

I love this analogy of comparing life to a fine bottle of wine! That is certainly something that I can understand and appreciate! :)
Thank you Jim!

Liz said...

Wow, some very thought provoking questions spirit has posed to us. It's has me thinking...

Jim Fargiano said...

I'm reading the comments and one of those ever-present voices went off in my head that said, "A bottle of fine wine is good, but it is not good to whine." Seems like they are giving us something else to think about.

Thanks for sharing your thoughts with me--and anyone else who reads your comments.