“But how can there be a joyful planet without its being inhabited by joyful people? Our embrace of joy doesn’t rob others of the possibility. Quite the opposite is true – it liberates them, if they choose to be liberated.” – Marianne Williamson – A Woman’s Worth
Today, I want to re-mind friends and readers that compassion, understanding, acceptance and love is so pivotal in our existence here on Earth. Life is fragile. Live each day in joy and choose happiness as your mantra.
Spend some time today reaching out to family and friends and let them know how much to mean to them… And step away from the TV, Computer, Smart Phone and spend some quiet time reflection, either outside or in place of peace in your home.
“It is a woman’s function to mother the world by holding the idea of its possible perfection within her heart. We give birth to children, to men, to businesses, to each other. It is not the uterus but the heart that is our real womb. What emerges from the heart is a co-creation with God.” – Marianne Williamson – A Woman’s Worth
Step into your choices and stop telling yourself that you can’t, when what you really mean is that you don’t want other people to feel the way you think that are going to feel when they see you making the choices you really want to make. Got it? ~~ Neale Donald Walsch
“The path of the pilgrim is the path to a heart that expands and does not constrict. That doesn’t mean we won’t have sorrowful days, but if there is some sorrow, we want sorrow that matters. Both sorrow and joy can stretch us and hone us. The issue is not whether we our day is easy, but whether we spend it with an open heart.” - Marianne Williamson -Illuminata
“The greatest gift we can give to a person in pain is to hold in our own minds the thought that there is a light beyond this darkness. What goes on externally is only the tip of the iceberg in any situation. The lessons, the real changes, the opportunities to grow-these are things the body’s eyes can’t see. They remain beneath the spiritual water line, but they are there. And they represent a much more vast picture of the soul’s journey than what we can see from the perspective of our physical senses. Growth is not always about getting what we think we want. Always, it’s about becoming the men and women we have the potential to be. Loving, pure, honest, clear.” – Marianne Williamson – A Return To Love
Musing and Rambling
Sometimes I muse and I ramble because I can... I muse about life and things that matter to me...