Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Appreciate Who You Are and Where You Are

How much of your life do you spend looking forward to being somewhere else?
-Matthew Flickstein, "Journey to the Center"

The rest will come naturally through the process of living, loving, learning and valuing what life is.
Life is meant to be a naturally educational process.
We are in the school of unlearning everything that keeps us from knowing the Truth.

For those who do not see their whole life as a perfect journey, there is longing for something more.
For those who are disappointed and critical of where they are now, there is a desire for a change.
For those who measure their success by comparison or evaluation, there is a need to make life better.
For those who have always worked and strive to accomplish and achieve, life is a challenge.
For those who judge the past and blame themselves and others, the future portends hope.

For those who sacrifice family, health and meaning to get somewhere in the future…..
To find where you are going is to value where you are now can be painful.
To realize that that end is nothing more than recognition of Who you are always is confusing.
To remember you always had what you seek is beyond comprehension when you are efforting.

The journey home is like going in circles to greater viewpoints of awareness.
The journey to peace is like erasing the internal places of conflict.
The journey to wholeness is like remembering to love away the fear.
The journey to freedom is simply letting go of self-made limit, lack and littleness.

Perhaps there really is nothing to do except LOVE you and me and all you see.

Loving you,
Betty Lue

I have seen myself waiting for everyone to be happy to be perfectly happy myself.
I see a future where you and all are whole and happy and free. That’s the truth about me.

Here we all are in love feeling safe and at peace with one another.
And Little Sofia is always safe and loved by us all.