October 14, 2017
To be true to our self it takes courage. It requires us to be introspective, sincere, open minded and fair. It does not mean that we are inconsiderate or disrespectful of others. It means that we will not let others define us or make decisions for us that we should make for our self. Be true to the very best that is in us and live our life consistent with our highest values and aspirations. Those who are most successful in life have dared to creatively express themselves and in turn, broaden the experience and perspectives of everyone else.
“But the Lord said to Samuel, “Do not look on his appearance or on the height of his stature, because I have rejected him. For the Lord sees not as man sees: man looks on the outward appearance, but the Lord looks on the heart.” (1 Samuel 16:7)
This is not a judgment moment we should be concerned about and avoid, yet some of us act as if we ignore the soul’s needs and wants and disappointments it will eventually go away and leave us to fulfill the ego’s selfish desires. The problem with that approach is the soul is the life force we are using to exist, if it goes away, we start to lose the light we are using to exist in the physical realm.
That usually causes all kinds of problems too lengthy to discuss here. The dilemma here is that the soul has an agenda and will go to great lengths to ensure the purpose of incarnation is fulfilled. Those extremes can be quite complicated for the personality to experience especially if it has done a great job at ignoring soul needs and duties.
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