Day 22: What attribute of a source/higher power/god/energy/force, are you grateful for? Hmm. Love. Unity. Gratitude challenge day 22: Write down three things that you appreciate about your boss. This is even tougher! Her care for every student. Her logical brain that works things out. Her willingness to go above to help the students. Love,…
I'm thinking, in theory, maybe, perhaps - the theoretically, potentially, possibly, perhaps, kinda maybe - to ask my friend to throw away the cocodamol I have in my draw when I'm away. It's just a thought. It would probably be good for me not to have 1k++ in my draw. If only I'd have that…
Day 8: What new connection are you grateful for? I'm grateful for a whole lot of people. I'm grateful to know that some people I work with are interested in me. I'm grateful for building - slowly- a friendship with someone, the kind that won't be deep or intense and just fun. I'm grateful for…
I was rereading this. And, and I like it. I like what I wrote and am reminding myself by reblogging it.
I haven’t written here in a while. Haven’t wanted to. Or been able to look passed what happened.
People were killed now in Hurricane Dorian. A kid. It somehow seems so tragic when it’s a child.
Life. A mixture of light and darkness.
- Source of the world, why?
Because of a magnitude of reasons too great to fathom
- S, are you light or dark?
Both. Neither and both. Everything. It’s all the same.
- So which are you?
Neither and both. It isn’t good or bad. What you see as bad may not be bad, what you see as good may not be good.
- So what are you?
Everything. You are everything too.
- What is darkness?
Darkness is different. Darkness isn’t the good or the bad. Darkness is the lack of light.
- So S, how do you dispel the darkness?
By shining a light E. By turning on the light.
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My arm is really hurting. I think the blister peeled, it wasn't intentional, I'm not sure how it happened, and it's just hurting. There isn't anything I can do about it, or that I even want to do. It's just a constant awareness of my arm. I've been burning a little less. Sleeping more. I'm…
I was in the airport and got a free drink. Yet again :). I'll share the first story another time. This time it was very providential. I had bought myself a water, and wanted to buy another but the price of the waters in the machines was double what I had paid when I first…
I loved this post. Really my thoughts on this deserves a post on its own, but….
What is this world? What is religion? What is god? I don’t use the term ‘god’ much for it has a lot of religious associations to me, so I don’t see it as the reality it is, but rather think of ‘god’ as a being I can’t stand. Yet, what is this ‘god’? To me, the way I view it, is that the world was created with the big bang. The energy that existed previously – to be the force of this energy and the big bang – exists in the entire world. The entire world is energy, is consciousness. That is what ‘god’ is to me. The source. The energy that exists and runs the world, that is the source of the world, that gives life to the world – is the life of the world, of us, of everything, and is all, just, just is. It all is. This is something Ashok wrote down really clearly.
Therefore, we’re all one. Religions come along and say, this source of the world is something that someone was able to tune into enough to receive prophecy, or connect enough, and knows what this source wants of us. Because we want to connect to the source.
All of that is good. It’s good so long as it’s about love and light and joy and connection. It turns its back on itself when it’s used against people. When it turns to preaching.
Love. Light. Glitter. That’s what this post was about. About tuning into the beauty of a source of a world. Love. Light. And glitter.
Keep sparkling. Keep believing – in yourself, in your beauty, in the beauty of the world around you, in reality, in your reasons to live, to be, because you just are, and because you’re awesome just coz’ you are, and coz’ just by existing you’re an expression of the source of the world, of the energy that is, of the what I’d like to believe is love and light.
Love, light and glitter
I am a Hindu by birth. But if someone asks me what is my religion, I would say:
- It is KINDNESS
- It is COMPASSION
And my God is:LOVE
My God is not sitting in a temple or a church or a mosque or any other place of worship. There is no god sitting on any mount or in any heaven!!
The love in our hearts is God! If we are kind, if we are compassionate; we are godly; we are spiritual!
There is no God outside of you. There is no God outside of me.
There is no God who can ever be explained or defined!
Love doesn’t need any language. Love is a feeling and it can only be experienced. Love only needs loving! And God Being Love needs only loving. God too can only be experienced.
Hindu scriptures describe God as: Satchitananda — Sat Chit Ananda
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I was journaling and came on here to write this post. I'm grateful for this, because when I journal I just write whatever comes to mind, and see what it says. When I write on here it's more focused. Just the way I am. Judaism. What I think. I don't know what I believe about…