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Action, A Remedy for Despair?

C Lee Fitzg, April 16 at 2:42pm

“I have no idea what I’m doing with my life . . .”

https://www.facebook.com/roger.peterson.73?fref=ufi, April 19:

Being true to ourselves is to be the selves we love to be, doing what we love to do. Does this idea make sense to you? Can you feel how it puts us in the driver’s seat of our own lives? It is a simple formula – a simple strategy for living that, practiced over time, will help us find love, truth, joy and clarity within ourselves and All That Is. Give it some thought. It may help you find your way.

Asking your Inner Self or the Universe what will work best and make you happiest in life is another way to help you find the answers you’re looking for. Trust yourself to know the difference between what you like and don’t like, what works for you and what doesn’t, what makes you happy and what doesn’t. And trust the universe. It’s ALL good because there’s something to learn from everything.

What We Believe

Also, ponder this:

1. All That Is thinks, feels, acts and reacts; therefore, we ARE.

2. As we think, feel, act and react, we create.

3. To change what we create, we change what we think and feel, how we act and react.

Isn’t this pretty much how Being and Creation works? Outside of the ever-changing material Present, in what form do we exist, except as energy that knows itself? To change what we create, we must change what we think and feel, how we act and react. As Gandhi says: “Be the change you want to see in the world.” When change is necessary, we must rise to the challenge. If we don’t change, who will? If we don’t change now, when will we change? Painting ourselves out of the corners we’ve painted ourselves into is the name of the game. It’s how we live, love, learn and evolve. So, let’s get on with it!

Roger A. “pete” Peterson at realtalkworld.com

“We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having (creating) a human experience.” – Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

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