Saturday, October 25, 2008

Someone Like Yourself

People learn and grow by getting scolded by their parent(s) or teachers. When you are scolded, you may not understand the reason and you might hold a grudge against them. The trauma may last for a long time, even in adulthood some people still cannot let go of their painful memory of their childhood. In some cases, those grudges start to dissipate once he or she starts to mature. Many times, he or she really starts to understand when they become the parent. Even though it still doesn’t make sense for what your parent said or did to you, you now may be able to understand from a parent’s stand point. Hopefully you will realize that while your parent is still alive. Usually, it happens after he or she is dead. I too sometimes think about my deceased father and think that I could have done more for him while he was alive. But I think it’s just as good to be in the thoughts. When you think of him or her, think in a cheerful way. Those thoughts will reach to their soul. If you have sad or regretting thoughts, they would worry about you.

During one's life, there will always be people who would criticize you or slander you. Let it be. When he or she is immature, they would not understand you even if you tried to explain. The case might be vice versa. People will eventually grow up.

Outside of the World of Reality, in the other dimensions, souls with similar vibrational energy gather. In other words, they don’t have a chance to meet other kin. Although the spirits in a higher realm are able to go to the lower realm, yet still not able to stay for too long.

From now on, the spirits from the other dimensions are coming into our World of Reality. They are now looking for their kin souls. There is nothing to worry, if you are living proudly to your innate god. A kin spirit coming to you is a wonderful thing. I am very much looking forward to it. How about you?

Ikashite-itadaite Arigato-gozaimasu

Thank you for letting us live

from Oct.4,2008

1 comment:

Pedro Teixeira da Mota. said...

Nice! Let us welcome the spiritual brotherhood of all beings...