When we take a moment to glimpse from a bird’s eye view of our lives, that is, to see it our lives through God’s Grand Plan, we see the bigger picture and we realize that we are here for just a short time. It is with this view that we can begin to see the things that really matter and our unique place in the world.
We take notice of how we connect to everyone and everything and how we are to love and respect all of life, including those we dislike. Including those that turn against us and those that cause us harm. These people are our most important teachers.
There is something incredibly freeing when we see that our purpose is to forgive everyone and everything that we believe that has hurt us. To forgive those who don’t know any better, including those who may or may not be on a spiritual path, those who are clinging to a smaller sense of life and those who are white knuckling their way in fear through their short journey here on planet earth.
“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called children of God.”
“Peace I leave with you; My peace I give to you” (John 14:27)
Honoring it all
There is something so uplifting and empowering about believing you can honor your life with courage instead of going about your days begrudgingly. Instead of complaining and moaning about your trials and tribulations. Like I do. Like we all do. Let’s stop this and view life another way.
I awoke this morning with a revelation. “What if this hardship I think I have, this problem, this pain, is really an honor?” Could it be that God believes I am so strong that I can can manage it all with Grace and Gratitude?
A new perspective when life seems so hard.
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