Once again I woke up really late, but decided to put out a quickie, not so much about the readings but something that really caught my heart last night and stays with me even as I woke up this morning. I was watching a show (recorded) last evening from the BIO channel called “I Survived… Beyond and Back.” Its about people who died, crossed the veil and came back, otherwise known as NDE’s. One man on this show last evening was talking about going to his life review area and his guide Gabe asked him one question before the movie started:
“What have you done for your fellow-man.”
So many people ask me what their bigger purpose is in life, and I feel so deeply, this question is it. It doesn’t matter what we have available to us, spiritually speaking, it is what we choose to do with our lives, with our love and abilities within us to assist those around us. To genuinely be in service to others.
It brought me back to my own life, my own life review and I took to bed with me… what more can I do, how else can I serve. As I fell asleep, I asked my team to help me know what more I can do. Maybe, at this moment, just allowing all of us to ask ourselves that deeper question is a start, because its all I can feel all over me this morning.
Couple this inner question with the outer warrior of light I have come to know and love as Arnold Abbott, the bravest 90 year old I have ever heard about!! A man, who decades ago, vowed to served the poor, to feed the hungry and continues to do that today inspite of current laws forbidding anyone to publicly feed the hungry in Florida and he is currently being fined with each arrest and facing jail time for doing exactly what he came here to earth to do… Serve his fellow-man.
I also have got to reflect at the elections that we currently had here in the USA, most of the elected officials think the same way as the Florida politicians do… but also, how spirit said it has been done this way to push us into action. True change. love of our fellow man, WILL start with us, with actions just like Arnold Abbott, when we can say screw the consequences and I am going to do it anywayz. That is overriding the fear control, hell control itself.
If I can share a quote from Mr Abbott that I really feel we all should employ in our hearts and actions: “Citations won’t stop me,” he said. “I believe I am my brother’s keeper. I’m Jewish, and in Judaism they say that if you save one person, you save the world.”
When I seen the red results of our elections, a song started playing in my heart that took me way back to the time I was (unknowingly) becoming prepared to be active outside of my bath tub… “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother…” A song that started playing every time the Blessed Mother or Sananda showed up in this particular phase of my inner schooling… and now, played again 12 years later. Indeed, the road has been long, with many a windy turn… but with all my heart and soul, I feel we reached our destination and its all about our actions, what we do for our fellow man!!
Maybe, we can all go to sleep asking that very question and employee the inspiration we awaken with each day.
Just something to ponder deep within… I love you all so much!!
(((((HUGZ)))))) filled with love and inner reflection to ALL!!