Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Do You Realize?


I realize how amazing life is.

I recognize how awesome my part.

I remember the Truth about me and everyone of us.

I restore my Faith and live in Grace.

Play Your Part

These loving reminders I have written daily and email to thousands of you for over 21 years.

Most of the writings are archived at the website and placed on the Loving Reminders Facebook page.

There are now five Reminders books available at Amazon and two more waiting for my editing.

When I realize all of this has been created, I feel grateful and blessed.

I realize it has happened to me and through me for all of us to share.

It is because I care to share and am willing to do what is mine to do.

I didn’t need to plan it, create it, set a goal or make it happen.

Each one of us has an opportunity to do what is ours to do.

We each can love the One we are with.

We can look in the mirror each day and love ourselves.

We can share a smile, a hug, a “thank you” with each one we encounter.

What is yours to do today?

It is right in front of you.

It is in every thought you think.

You find it in every dream you have or job you do.

Take time today to do what is yours.

If you see what  needs to be done, it is yours to do.

If you feel it is yours to heal, you can heal it now.

If you think is it something helpful to say, say it.

Why hold back on living your life the best you know?

Why wait for someone to discover you or pay you?

Why not just step out and give your love away?

Being helpful costs nothing and gains everything.

What if all humanity showed up?

What if everyone paid attention?

What if we all told the highest and most inspiring Truth?

What if we all let go of our attachments and let things be?

Let us stand up for our Truth.

Let us play our part.

Let us be grateful to be tight where we are.

Let us choose to share our Goodness right here and right now.

Life is for giving.

Our life is for living. 

Life is our Gift.

We, everyone of us, is here to Give.

Let us join in remembering and being Grateful.

Always Loving you, 

Betty Lue