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[1: 1,985 of 10,000] Hard Is Temporary

In Journal on April 3, 2020 at 7:35 AM

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My favourite stories of hardship are the ones that end with beauty:

A diamond stone starts at the extraction from the ground, removal of excess rock, cleaving, sawing, bruiting/cutting, and polishing before it becomes one expensive jewellery.

A butterfly’s evolution started from being an egg, a larva, a pupa until it turns into a beautiful butterfly with magnificent wings.

Both stories looked so different from where they started because anything beautiful takes time. A seed needs time to grow. Patience is necessary to wait for the fruit. Hard is temporary.

I couldn’t stress enough that I have to remind myself that if I really want something glorious then I have to give my best, work for it, let go of my egoistic expectations, and then wait for the magic to unfold.

“Patience is not the ability to wait, but the ability to keep a good attitude while waiting.”
Anonymous.

[1: 1,984 of 10,000] Do You Embody Your Given Name?

In Article on April 3, 2020 at 3:06 AM
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She looks like a Blair or a Paris but yet again she can decide who she ever wanted to be!

The human was tasked by God to give everything a name. I give my cars and stuff toys names that is how much I was taking the task seriously.

I grew up with the notion that it is wise to choose the name of a child because it will play a significant role in his life. When I was young, I simply understood that the name will set the tone for his life; now that I’m a grown-up (evidence: I pay my own rent) my sophisticated take is it catapults a person to use the power of its name to reach his full potential.

I like finding the meaning of names. In the real world, I do have two given names and I was used to using the first one and mostly ignores the second. With the current changes in my life with these big shifts, it occurred to me to look up my other name’s meaning. Apparently, it’s joy (English), strong (French), and love (Welsh and American). These three are very strong pull of what am trying to be and all along all I got to do is be it.

I feel the calling to love unconditionally and truly knowing what ‘unconditional’ means, to stay strong while I let the divine timing plays until I finally rendezvous with my romantic partner, and whenever moments of my life I must remain joyful. I never have the strong desire to get married (as Amy Schumer described marriage, involving the government to a union) and yet here I am ready to let The One into my life.

Do you know the meaning of your name? How is it reflecting in your real life?

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[1: 1,983 of 10,000] Speaking My Truth

In Journal on March 29, 2020 at 8:44 PM

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My soul is burning for love and I have been trying to find my way back into it. The Source that is boundless and eternal and it was a struggle when I fill my mind with streams of noise instead of letting the stillness in.

I have the blindspot for doing it faster like my life depended on it. I have lived so many lives, do I really need to rush or slow down and witness the unfolding of life before my eyes and marvel to its beauty?

Everything that I ever need is within me. I don’t need anyone to complete me. I have to be full to reach my ultimate potential and be the best creator that I can be just like the Source that intricately weaves us all together.

Life is vast and evolving and each of us is contributing to its infinite expansion. With that appreciation of every human life, it’s getting clearer, I love who I am and I am one with everyone. As much as I love everyone, we all have our different path, a burning desire to follow through. My journey doesn’t include bringing all souls with me; but I can try, I most certainly can try but not compulsory and not required because as I travel my own so does others. The enlightenment that we so seek will make the call, and we will not miss it, even if it means taking several lifetimes.

Nothing we do will ever be wrong because it’s a detour to make a shift. I see you and the content of your heart, I could never put the right words but I feel it. I will never be able to define love but I can feel it. When I do feel it, my tears roll not because of sadness but for its pureness of truth that clears the cloud of fears, doubts, and deceit.

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