“You must be the change you wish to see in the world.”-Mahatma Gandhi
I find it hard to pinpoint an exact miracle that set me free from my bondage of fear. There have been miracles on top of miracles that have helped me . I do believe that faith was the turning point in my life. I have faith that I can live simply so others can simply live. This blog is part of my simplicity. Faith and simplicity also gave me the ability to live with intention. My intentions were to find the courage to live by my principles. There is a particular community that shares, or empathize, my principles and concerns. After joining this said community, my ignorance ended as I recognized my negligence. I was neglecting my mind, body and spirit. I am healing. My body is changing. My spirit is evolving.
Today, I know that change is possible. It’s encouraging to know that there are people whom are truly fulfilled and happy living within the wholehearted boundaries. I’ve spoken to these individuals and they hope that by living this lifestyle they are spreading the communion of the Wholehearted Spirit. We can’t control our community, we can’t control life, but we can plant the seed of knowledge, or rather, invite the idea that fear is poison. One of the easiest ways I can think of spreading this communion is by role modeling.
As for the seed that was planted in my mind, it has cracked open and has flourished blooms only seen in my wildest imagination. These blooms are being nurtured by the Light as well as nourishing others with the nectar produced. The nectar, blooms–which came from the seed planted–and the Light are placing me in a position of joy, gratitude and what appears to be magic. I am now able to wake up in the morning and smile, like I did as a child, because I know that it is time that I learned to love, laugh and live again. I remind myself everyday to not give up and that one day someone will thank me for it.
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I would love to hear how you believe change is possible. Please share below.