Monday, December 28, 2020

Change for Good

See The Week After Christmas below!! 


I forgive any and all mistakes and misunderstandings.

I choose to stop making assumptions, explanations and justifications.

I take full responsibility for all past, present and future choices I make.

I honor myself for speaking and living my truth.

I am open and willing to choose and change for the Good of All.

Where Are We Now?

Are We Ready for a Change?

To know where to go next, we must know where we are.

To know how to be guided to our destination, we need to have our bearings.

To understand what coarse corrections may be needed, we must see how we got here.

When we are blaming others, we must be responsible for change.

When we are feeling victimized, we must take the reins of our destiny.

When we are distrusting our own abilities, we must forgive our mistakes.

When we are uncertain of the future, we must consistently listen within.

Have we learned from the past?

Do we know we are repeating old unconscious patterns?

Do we see how our shared stories, fairy tales and history create more of the same?

When will we claim responsibility to clear the old and write a new script for humanity?

I am ready to do my part and make new choices.

I am willing to step forward and claim I am responsible.

I know I am able to respond with my conscience and consciousness.

I know right from wrong, good from bad, and can choose a new voice for freedom of choice.

No one makes us do what we do.

We are together in this time and space to choose for ourselves.

We can pretend but we must make amends and forgive ourselves.

We are able to respond with love and release fear, respond with truth and stop pretending.

When we have forgiven, the fog will clear and illusions will be gone.

When we stand together, the woods will not block the sunlight.

When we remember what we have created, we easily can choose again.

When we hold the truth above pretense, we reveal all we need to heal.

Let us step up into a new dawn, a new year, a new reality.

Let us awaken and choose again for what we truly desire.

Let us stop wishing and create what is, with full responsibility.

Let us recognize the karma of our own unconsciousness and release ourselves to be here now.

All Is Forgiven.

Love Is Real.

We Are At Choice.

Life Is Our Revelation.

Trusting and Freeing YOU!

Betty Lue 


T’was the week after Christmas and all through the land

Things were all settled, it was all pretty bland.

The gifts put away, the sales all complete

Settled down by the tube in my favorite seat.

I had my awareness written down in my book

Had my insights, ideas and whatever it took.

The spiritual lessons had been easy to share

They were all filed away (I’m not really sure where).

When deep down inside me there arose such a clatter

It was really unfair. Now what was the matter?

Away from my chair I flew like a flash

I looked in the mirror and then came the crash.

My life was unsettled with nothing the same

And the worst of it all—there was no one to blame.

When what to my wondering eye should appear

But a glowing white light, from behind my left ear.

With a little old angel so lively and quick

I’d seen him before. I was going to be sick.

More rapid than eagles his pronouncements they came

And he whistled and shouted and called me some names.

“More action and faith and tolerance and trust

Now listen within and be responsible, you must.

To topple complacency and breach the fear wall

Now dash away, smash away, drop away all.”

As leaves caught up in a hurricane fly

All of my thoughts were thrown up to the sky.

And as they were jumbled and tumbled and swirled

I knew when they landed, it would be a new world.

And then in a twinkling, I felt it all start

The seeds of awareness awakening my heart.

As I came to my senses (picked myself off the floor)

I saw in my mind’s eye, a picture of more.

A world bathed in light, from the south to the north

With every one on it aware of his worth.

No one was waiting for others to do, 

Or to fix or to heal or to make it all new.

Their eyes how they twinkled, their dimples how merry

When they each played their part, the world was easy to carry.

The smile on each mouth was drawn up like a bow

Shining laughter and love wherever they’d go.

The aura of kindness bespoke inner peace

Letting each individual experience release.

Oh the bright shiny faces, wherever you’d look

It seemed—to be willing was all that it took.

To start with ourselves, from deep down inside

To give our true gifts, not to withhold or hide.

With no blame, shame or guilt for our seeming mistakes,

A little forgiveness is all that it takes.

To clean up our world from inside to out

It was simple and happy and I wanted to shout.

Once I see the Christ presence in each person’s face

We all become one, with no distance or space.

I recalled in that moment just what my gift was

To love all of my brothers, with no “why” or “because”.

And I’m here to exclaim as I set myself free

I remember the truth—It all starts with me.

Adapted by Robert Waldon