Goedendag, Buen dia, Bonjour everyone! Can you feel the energy and the positive feelings of this new day! So much to be thankful for. LOL I haven’t been up that long, so the happy thoughts and the positive energy is at its peak, raring to get going with the day. It is good to be able to express one’s thought with honesty, So what happens when we wake up with only part of the happy showing maybe the glow is somewhat dim. It does happen. Let us not delude ourselves that every day is a merry one.
This picture shows storms clouds passing over Cromwell, notice the different density and appearance of each one, some are rather menacing, daily challenges can (if seen) can appear to us this way. Clouds do come bringing whatever atmospheric debris they have collected, some will simply sail on by, other’s may linger, but the reality is once they’ve expressed what they needed to, they evaporate and go away.
We need only to batten down and weather the storm. During rain, thunder,lightening and the like, we calmly do just that, we adjust, change our plans, and reschedule events etc., So why is it that we don’t tackle the emotional side of life the same way. PL Precept #1 – Life is Art. When we live in the moment, accepting that it is now that counts, the time flows easily, for living our true feelings and expressing ourselves honestly brings a deep sense of self awareness. Because we focus on the moment and live it when it happens,
Meditation and prayer works for me, we all have a means or method that works for us. The trick is to practice our “personal philosophy” not just give it a place on a shelf, we have to put into practice what know works for us. Not just now and then, or when an emergency moment happens, we need to practice, and hone our spiritual connection daily till there is no doubt in our minds that it is there. Then we always know that we are never alone,the Universe is part of us, therefore a storm cloud is merely a moment in time, it will pass. Be Happy! Smile, feel the joy and double it. Pass it on!
Namaste – Oyashikiri
* Clouds out of Cromwell by 68 Bones on Flickr
** yellow boat by Jamie Walhouse on Flickr
*** blue sky rainbow by icecubephoto – Flickr
**** found on scoop.it