It’s been a tough time. And as much as that sucks, that’s okay. That is what is.
What I’ve learned – what I know – is that I have to find the way to get up and get going, and the best way for me to do that is to find a thought that feels a little better. Whether I’m focused on my own day-to-day living, or the world as a whole, I can find a thought that feels a little better and brings a little bit more ease.
It’s not my intention to ignore what’s going on. It is my intention to find the joy and radiate the joy, to fight for and not against. I’ve learned that pushing against only somehow strengthens what I’m pushing against, and that easing my mind and my anger – even my seemingly righteous anger – gives me strength to help more and heal more. To be part of the change and the solution.
I see what’s wrong. I acknowledge what’s wrong. And then I look for what’s right so that I can hold both truths and share more strength and love.
I intend to hold even more love in my heart, more compassion in my soul, and more ease in my mind. I intend to soothe my soul so that I have so much more to give to others. I intend to look for the ultimate source of peace and fellowship, and do all I can to heal and hope and love.
To find a thought that feels a little better.
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