The energy of January has settled in. Feeling moved to act upon those commitments made and feeling more energy to actually follow up on those actions. A daily routine is so important in making progress toward the direction of any positive outcome. I have felt a strong need to make order in my life to have more time to focus on things that need nurturing and things that actually need to be followed through to completion.
Life often meets us with a lot of chaos especially when we might not be as balanced as we should be or as stable as we should be. But who says how we should be?
Be your own authority figure in your own life. Make your own choices and be free! I chose a new life. A new way of being, one of being fully present and alive with what is important to me.
One of the things which are important to me is to support and be a voice for global issues. Since I can remember elephants have always been close to my heart. These giant, majestic creatures are in real danger and have been for a very long time. This is deeply troubling and worrisome to my soul. Please help me to share this message of hope to everyone. My commitment to writing blogs are not just to share education, spiritual inspiration and stories but to actually try to connect and make a difference for global issues, especially regarding animals.
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust has been making a difference for animals, especially elephants, since 1977.
I encourage you to read about what they are doing and to make note that in as short as 8 steps you can make a difference for the elephants. Just click HERE to sign the petition to SAY NO TO IVORY TRADE to begin the first step. Thank you, you have just helped to protect the future of the elephants.
January often holds a sense of re commitment to become more whole in who we are and to make a positive difference in our lives physically. What about the other aspects of our lives? What about our emotional health, our spiritual selves, our mental health and our pursuit of happiness through finding out what it is that is our life’s truest calling?
Well, the title of this month’s blog is called iworry & iremember because I feel that through reflection, life practice, study, research and by following my heart’s truest calling I know without a doubt in my whole being that I am here to serve. To serve in a way that is healing. To be a voice for beings on the planet who are instrumental in the survival of the whole universe. To be of service to those who can be healed by the life experiences I have lived and understand so as to understand humanity.
I hope you find a call in your soul to help me spread the word for the majestic elephants who I so love and have since I was a young child. I hope you find comfort in the scriptures of the spirits who left us too soon. Remembering those we love and remembering to love each moment of life are indeed authentic gifts of life.
I have always believed in a higher power and have believed that this guiding force has a divine plan for us all and I believe in this wholeheartedly. When loved ones leave us too soon it makes the road traveled by us still here on Earth wondering how we can manage without those dear to us by our side. Holding passages, scriptures, pictures, memories, stories and songs so dear to our hearts helps us heal. As humans it is our desire to be connected, nurtured and healed by the embrace of love. There is perfect timing and signs all around. Each new moment gives us the opportunity to choose a new way of responding to how we remember and connect with all around us. All we have to do is open to receive. I am very thankful for this life, for all the souls I have connected with, for the divine opportunity to serve and for the experience of light and love revealing itself fully within. May you be happy, may you be free and may you be at peace.
I will leave you with two very special scriptures from the bible:
“A good name is better than fine perfume.
And the day of death better than the day of birth.
It is better to go to a house of mourning
Than to go to a house of feasting.
For death is the destiny of every man.
The living should take this to heart.”
The grass withers, the flower fades,
but the word of our God will stand forever.
With light and love,