I believe we all have one lesson in common. We are here mastering the art of love.
We learn how to give love, receive love and even how to love ourselves. We also learn forgiveness. When tragedy occurs, like the Orlando incident, it can be a platform for love and forgiveness. We remember true compassion. We gladly open our hearts to those suffering. The courageous acts of love that follow tragedy, show us the depth of our passion. We are all remembering our lessons learned and standing in love not fear. We collectively gain strength and passion from tragic events. We love courageously. All of us are on the path to living a courageous loving life with no prompt
.....except life itself.
The last few days have been amazing..... marathons, half marathons, 2:00 am fire alarms,
orange groves, good friends, chance encounters and so much more. It is a great reminder to take time out of your routine for adventure. I have used this time to really connect with personal goals and family goals. This experience is like a crease in my life with both the past, present and future
I have had so many confirmations on this trip that everything is unfolding perfectly. My life is full of some very concrete goals.....success for my children, a home in California and continuation of my spiritual awareness. Much of my personal goals are based on faith. I’m open to how and when they show up. The fact that I am constantly getting confirmation of being where I should be, makes it easy to stay open to the universe. Occasionally I get confirmation that I need to rethink something. That’s ok..... It’s a process.