Friday, March 11, 2011

The Spoken Words of Spirit--March 12, 2011

How can one survive what appears to be non-stop catastrophes and natural disasters? Some people wonder why terrible things take place, but the answer is much more complex than any human can understand. There is not a vengeful God, nor are people being punished for their behavior. While this does happen in rare and extreme cases, the intent has never been to cause pain and suffering. In most occurrences, an outpouring of love, compassion and good deeds usually follows. People throughout the world are brought closer--almost as though those devastated are family.

In Spirit’s eyes, all human beings are family. There may be differences in locations and appearances, but your soul is all part of one energy; that being the God Light. It is vital for all people to remember this. In times of crisis, both on personal and global levels, it is best to be bringing the principles of faith, hope and charity into the forefront of your thoughts and actions. Your positive prayers and thoughts automatically enlist the aid of angels. This is a necessity if the world is to rebound from horrible events, but even more so because the citizens of the world need to learn to live in harmony.

There will always be a naysayer when difficult situations arise and the bulk of society sets forth to blend their love, money and comfort in whatever way is needed to restore things to normalcy. Fortunately, the bulk of society is on a loving and spiritual path. Whether or not it comes through Christianity, Judaism, Islamic beliefs, or from the values instilled in the Hindu, Buddhist, Shinto or any other religious foundation ultimately means little. In other words, living in a way that is truly mindful of God, the Shambola energies, or whatever name you prefer; the outcome of your efforts will bind together with the core precept of unadulterated love. Your small contribution helps to enhance the larger healing. If you have no resources at all, you are still not without your greatest weapon--the power of prayer.

It is with that thought that we share our concern. There is never a fruitless time to pray and ask for the blessings of the Kingdom of Light. All positive wishes and desires are grouped together in ways that only those with universal knowledge can understand. Meditate on what it is you would like in your life, and in the lives of anyone impacted by the destruction that has taken place in Japan and other parts of the world. May you always have the hand of your loved ones and teachers in heaven on your shoulder to support you. These are The Spoken Words of Spirit.
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3 comments:

Mary said...

Meditate on what it is you would like in your life, and in the lives of anyone impacted by the destruction that has taken place in Japan and other parts of the world. May you always have the hand of your loved ones and teachers in heaven on your shoulder to support you.

It is so very sad to see so much destruction from nature. We become stunned for those who are suffering .

In Spirit’s eyes, all human beings are family.

Thank you as always, Jim My Angel :-)**
God Bless

Jim said...

This message is a reminder to me that we are all one family and there are many paths to "salvation" if one desires to call it that. May the people involved in this tragedy find the determination and the strength to survive.

Jim Fargiano said...

Thanks Mary. Jim, you are spot on!