Monday, December 19, 2011

The Spoken Words of Spirit--December 20, 2011

Sometimes, life seems to rumble and grumble at people, especially during calendar times that should denote happiness. Joyful celebrations may be the last thing on their mind, as they could be struggling with the loss of employment, or coping with the recent loss of a loved one. Perhaps something even more personal has hit them, such as the diagnosis of a serious illness for themselves or the break up of what they thought was a loving union. The only thing that prods society to get through these events is by having the innate ability to feel hope deep into your core.

When it comes to goal-setting, our ideals are to tell you not to have hope, but to have expectations of success. In the sense of everyday, emotional issues, it is different. Hope can bring about the only encouragement possible to enable your mind to push past the darkness that may settle into your heart, mind and soul. It allows you to see that life can still hold some marvelous opportunities once you overcome them. Hope can be the most inspiring gift given to all people as it is completely open to individualistic interpretation and creation. There is no right or wrong way to have hope, thereby making it something that will never pressure you, but it will always let you know that your future does not have to be bleak.

From a spiritual perspective, each human being is an inspiration of magnificent proportion. They can collectively rally others to feel the vibrancy of great, new and loving beginnings. Individually, they can be seen as icons of phenomenal accomplishments; where other people will see that the struggles they may be going through are not foreign. Unifying under a banner of hope will create the most practical and gifted changes for the global society to be proud of. Freedom has always been born out of someone’s thoughts that there has to be a more hopeful situation than what they may feel trapped in. That holds true personally, as well as amongst countries who have had to endure dictatorial leadership. History will always prove that inspired people had visions of hope and visions of compassion for all. Do you have that? These are The Spoken Words of Spirit.
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2 comments:

Mary said...

When it comes to goal-setting, our ideals are to tell you not to have hope, but to have expectations of success.

From a spiritual perspective, each human being is an inspiration of magnificent proportion. They can collectively rally others to feel the vibrancy of great, new and loving beginnings.


Great message..

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

Jim Fargiano said...

Thanks, Mary