Wednesday, March 21, 2012

The Spoken Words of Spirit--March 22, 2012

Being tired is not an excuse for being short-tempered or grumpy with people who had nothing to do with your issues. Your attitude is what leaves a lasting impression on people. While some of you may have stunningly beautiful features, no one will remember them as positive if you carry yourself with an ugly disposition. However, when you remain in a tone of voice that is gentle, regardless of your circumstances, the people you have touched will always have that energy absorbed.

It is far better to leave mankind with an etched remembrance of you as someone who is tolerant, patient, loving and kind. Of course, people who have souls that are vibrating at lower levels are likely to think that it is alright to do the opposite. Fortunately, most people coming across these words are looking to always better themselves. This is why we give you a blanket reminder to rekindle your positive values when you are feeling more overwhelmed than normal. During these times of strife, it often takes a redoubling of efforts and reminders to insure that loving people stay in an attitude that matches who they are.

When you are feeling challenged by a preponderance of physical world aspects, it is easy to understand how one would slip and sway from a better way of behaving. Understand this: no matter how difficult your task at hand may be, there is a guiding Source that is with you. It places people of good intentions on your path to help you combat the negative ones. It offers you opportunities that might even force you our of your “comfort zone.” Sometimes those situations are more harmful because people stay stuck in a quagmire of unfulfilling familiarity, rather than to move themselves toward brighter circumstances.

Do not let the unknowns of life hold you back. Be courageous in your daily steps. Make sure you are not snapping at the very people who are looking to love and encourage you. It is the same as being angry at God that your life exists. You are important! Feel that way by taking a deep breath before you lash out the wrong way and leave improper impressions. You are a steward of all things good! These are The Spoken Words of Spirit.
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3 comments:

Mary said...

When you are feeling challenged by a preponderance of physical world aspects, it is easy to understand how one would slip and sway from a better way of behaving. Understand this: no matter how difficult your task at hand may be, there is a guiding Source that is with you. It places people of good intentions on your path to help you combat the negative ones. It offers you opportunities that might even force you our of your “comfort zone.”

I love this message

God bless you, Jim. :-)**

I am keeping fine and loving this spring weather.
Shall soon be planting flowers in my window boxes.

Diane said...

"Being tired is not an excuse for being short-tempered or grumpy with people who had nothing to do with your issues. Your attitude is what leaves a lasting impression on people." Excellent!

"Understand this: no matter how difficult your task at hand may be, there is a guiding Source that is with you. It places people of good intentions on your path to help you combat the negative ones." I love this...it is so true. And you have been my biggest help!

Thank you Jim, as always. xoxo

Jim Fargiano said...

I hope the both of you, Diane and Mary, realize how much I appreciate you.