Sunday, September 25, 2011

The Spoken Words of Spirit--September 26, 2011

Do you have a passion for living? Are you excited to awaken each day? Do you look forward to the challenges that you face each day? Everything put on your path is meant to teach you. If you have a thirst for learning, then you should have a thirst for enjoying life; even when you may be put on a path you did not expect or want. There is much to ponder with this brief introduction. Perhaps we can make this more concise for you by stating that the good things in life are no more or less important than the bad. Your attitude is what designs it to be a useful experience.

From the side of Light, we watch too many people see setbacks as something that will destroy themselves. This is far from the truth. Even those who become physically compromised, are able to generate new concepts to feel useful in some way. Some of the greatest composers, writers and musicians have been bodily challenged. There have been great athletes who have become stars based more on their approach and fastidious work ethic. In all cases, it begins in their minds.

The premise of this lesson is not to have you focus on what could go wrong, but to see that if something does go wrong, you may be able to develop a superlative adjustment. It is alright if the world notices you. It is alright if you become a leader and change the cause of your problems. Without a loss of limb, no one would have ever bothered to research how to find something to replace it. People who are imprisoned unjustly, may be inadvertent icons for others to rally around and construct humanitarian projects. Think about this! Instead of succumbing to depression, you have the opportunity to build a plan that shows the world you are phenomenal. Believe in yourself! There is nothing that can keep you from creating a life that makes a positive difference unless you predetermine that you cannot do it before even taking the first step. Today is a great day to be a new Sheppard. Usher in the Light of love that is aplenty for you. These are The Spoken Words of Spirit.
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4 comments:

Liz said...

"Instead of succumbing to depression, you have the opportunity to build a plan that shows the world you are phenomenal. Believe in yourself! There is nothing that can keep you from creating a life that makes a positive difference unless you predetermine that you cannot do it before even taking the first step. Today is a great day to be a new Sheppard." For some reason this part of the blog resonated with me so thank you to both Jim and Spirit for putting it out there for me to absorb and reflect on! : ) OXOX

Mary said...

Believe in yourself! There is nothing that can keep you from creating a life that makes a positive difference unless you predetermine that you cannot do it before even taking the first step. Today is a great day to be a new Sheppard.

A wonderful uplifting message.....

Thank you,
Jim Our Angel :-)**
God Bless

Diane said...

"Everything put on your path is meant to teach you. If you have a thirst for learning, then you should have a thirst for enjoying life; even when you may be put on a path you did not expect or want." Well, I did not expect this path and I did not want it but yes, I am definitely learning a LOT!

"People who are imprisoned unjustly, may be inadvertent icons for others to rally around and construct humanitarian projects." Very interesting!!

Thanks Jim, as always...xoxo

Jim Fargiano said...

Liz, I felt that same part resonate too. Look at how much you have accomplished in so many areas of your life and just be proud of it.

Mary, someone said he is going to Sheppard you to me soon. lol

Diane, you are one of the strongest people I know and am impressed by your will to fight off the evil actions of others. Most people would have resigned themselves to giving in to all of the immoral and il-"legal" things that you have been dealing with.