Sunday, October 28, 2012

Use What You Have

When we are neglecting what we have in our lives, we are wasting our good.
When we are ignoring what is given to us, we are devaluing what is ours.
When we are judging what we have, we are disrespecting ourselves.
In this world of judgment, comparison and wanting more, we are confused.

When we learned what we have is not good enough, we do not feel good enough.
When we learned to have more expected than we give, we feel unappreciated.
When we learned to be afraid of being stolen from, we feel fearful of sharing.
When we learned to hide and play small, we feel afraid and hold back.

There is enough when we share.
We are enough when we care.
There is good for everyone, when we appreciate.
We have what we need when we dare to fully play.

On the teams in life, all positions need to be filled.
Yes, there are the stars, the ones everyone sees.
And just as essential are the office people and ticket takers.
Equally important are the bat boys, the uniform makers and the fans.

Without any part of the greater whole, the team is incomplete.
Remember that your part, seen or unseen, is just as important.
In families, everyone is called to play their part.
In businesses, all have equal worth.

There will come a time when we all remember to use what we have.
There will come a place where we are invited to contribute what we have.
There will be a relationship where we know we are valued.
There will be a moment when we realize we are here to give our best.

Use what you have and create what you want.
Recognize that true prosperity comes from using everything for Good.
Understand that our wholeness and holiness depend on using what we have.
When we live appreciating and utilizing all that is given, we all have enough.

No more hidden talents.
No more stored excess.
No more withheld love.
Fully caring and sharing our best.

When we live contributing to life with the best in us, no one will go without.
When we give abundantly to those people and projects around us, we will succeed.
When we fully our depth of gratitude and respect to all who are giving, we will feel happy.
When we admire and appreciate ourselves and others equally, we will be blessed.

Take time to use what you have and trust it is always good enough,
The Blessings abound,  
Betty Lue 

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Loving you for making a better world for all.  
Betty Lue
“Our Greatest Fear” 

Our greatest fear
is not that we are inadequate.
Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.
It is our light,
not our darkness,
that most frightens us.
We ask ourselves,
“Who am I to be brilliant,
gorgeous, talented and fabulous?”
Actually, who are you not to be?
You are a child of God.
Your playing small doesn’t serve the world.
There is nothing enlightened about shrinking
so that others won’t feel insecure around you.
We were born to make manifest the glory of God within us.
It is not just in some of us,
it is in everyone,
and as we let our own light shine
we unconsciously give other people permission
to do the same.
As we are liberated from our own fear
our presence automatically liberates others.
Marianne Williamson, 1992