Thursday, May 29, 2008

Release your judgments and your worries

As you move forward throughout your days, release your worries to God! So many of you carry so many burdens within your hearts that are not really yours to carry. So many of you worry about the actions, choices, and situations that others find themselves within and yet each soul, dear ones, must learn the lessons they have set out to learn. You can help your dear friends, neighbors, and fellow human beings first and foremost by simply loving them, being kind to them, offering a helping hand when it is authentically passionate and in your hearts to do so, and also by being honest with them when it is not.

You do not truly assist another by doing something that is not truly in your hearts, for God guides each and every one of you to help one another in specific ways, and if every soul were to listen to the dictates of their hearts, no one on earth would go without help. Some souls would be called to assist by donating time, money, or food. Some are called to assist through loving intervention. Others are called to assist through prayer. Still others are called to assist by living their lives in peace and joy, thus contributing to the new vibration of heaven on earth that many of you are trying to anchor here upon your planet. Trust that if God wants you to assist another soul, everything in you will be filled with the desire and resources to do so. To worry, however, is really to judge a situation as bad for another, when in reality that situation is exactly what the soul has chosen at this time to experience in order to further their growth and education here upon your earth.

If you witness a loved one in a situation that you believe to be less than healthy, express your care and concern kindly and with love... Dear friend, I am concerned about you. You seem so lost, or sad, or lonely. Is there anything I can do. Listen, and respond with honesty. Share with them what you can honestly offer. In this fashion, the ones around you can learn their lessons with an angel called YOU to assist them on their journey... if they are willing to receive the assistance. And if they are not, surrender your judgments, pray for them, and allow them their growth. You are never called to do the spiritual homework for another soul, but you are always called to be kind, loving, and always compassionately honest.

So many of you feel guilty when your lives are going well and you cannot save the others around you. Earth is a one room school house and it is never appropriate to judge another's lessons. Some of you feel envious when you are not doing well and others around you seem to have life go more easily. Again we say earth is a one room schoolhouse and it is never appropriate to judge another's lessons. To say for example, that those who endure disaster are suffering punishment is a terrible and sweeping judgement, and while it may be true for a few, many of the heroic souls who undergo disaster have a covenant with God to inspire compassion and change here upon your planet earth. Indeed that was the case with so many of the children who perished in China's recent earthquake, for they are dear angels, calling upon the world to look upon their families with compassion and to realize that all of humanity has but one loving heart.

Dear ones, allow yourselves your own joys, your own sorrows, your own triumphs and seek out help during your trials. But please never ever judge the situation of another. The soul undergoing the most unthinkable tragedy may be your teacher, or a soul about to enter the realms of enlightenment. The soul with the most apparently blessed life may be learning valuable lessons as well - to be self loving and to be a steward for God's resources. The outer circumstances never can truly give you an accurate picture of the inner workings of God within a human soul.

Strive to release all judgments dear ones, against yourselves and against others. Earth is a school and you would not judge a child in school for his or her mistakes. You would simply and gently offer a better way to do things.

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