“Your strengths are consciousness, kindness,
understanding, appreciation, and love.
When you walk with these, the outcome is beautiful.”
WALK WITH STRENGTH
One day, we all have to go. You know that. Some days, it’s in the back of your mind. Other days, you don’t bother to think about it. For most people, the subject is unpleasant.
But the issue is your existence—you being alive. What does that mean to you?
People everywhere know they want to be happy, to be content, to feel good. This is our nature. We seek equilibrium.
Yet the storms in our lives can be difficult.
When a storm outside comes, we seek shelter. We don’t say, “This is the perfect time; I’m going to go out for a walk in the storm now.” We know we need the equilibrium.
There are certain things that work for you, and certain things that don’t. Feeling good works. Feeling bad doesn’t.
When you are feeling bad, you want to get out of that situation. But you never get bored with feeling good. This is your nature. Are you in synch with your nature?
Do you try to nurture a good feeling and perpetuate it as much as possible? Or do you carry around a pocketful of band-aids?
A pocketful of band-aids means: “I’m not going to be conscious or perpetuate happiness in my life. Instead, I will do things unconsciously and when I get hurt, I will simply pull out a band-aid and get through it.”
When you don’t listen to your own fundamental needs, something will happen and it won’t be pleasant.
What is pleasant is when the priority of your life is acknowledged and your heart begins to fill with gratitude. You are alive!
Gather your strengths, not your weaknesses.
What are your strengths? Your strengths are consciousness, kindness, understanding, appreciation, and love.
When you walk with these, the outcome is beautiful. Every second you spend with the beauty inside of you liberates you. You feel free.
There is no promise life will last forever. But you have the potential to experience true and unconditional love. And that resides in your heart. When you experience that, you begin to live.
“Life is your opportunity to spend time with the best friend
you have ever had—the friend within.”