Saturday, December 20, 2008

Celebrate the light that is you

Search your hearts dear ones, in times that are both easy and difficult, and find the light within you - the light that is you - for this is the true meaning of the holidays. Whether you celebrate Hanukkah or Christmas, you celebrate a light given by God that burns bright in humble darkness. You are that light for the world dear friends. That light burns bright within you. You are that miracle. You are the ones who work so hard to bring spiritual truth to a world that has been asleep now for some time.

Your world is waking up dear friends. People are realizing that old ways of existing and surviving don't work. It would seem right now that nothing works except turning to God, believing in that light within yourself, and walking with intent, faith, and trust. So many souls are so frustrated because they did everything 'right' and yet life does not look as they expect it should. This causes so much frustration in your human hearts, especially during your holiday season.

Let go of your expectations, dear friends, for God has better ones. Assume that no matter what your position in life, it is the light within directing your lives. Assume that no matter what you are loved, cared for, and guided. If you can't give the gifts you wish you could give, be the gift. If you can't pay the bills, ask God what it is you have to learn now - faith, trust, opening to receive from others perhaps, surrendering to a different movement than you originally anticipated? Stop calling yourselves failures and beating yourselves up. You are precious souls, beloved by God. If you have lost someone dear friends, ask God to help you see past the illusion of this temporal existence and to connect with the eternal soul of your loved one. Dear friends, these things are truths. The soul is eternal and life is short. Life is a gift, no matter what your circumstances.

So as you enjoy your holiday season, celebrate the true light dear ones - the light of God within you, the light that IS you. Be that light for the world no matter what your circumstances. Live as if you are loved. Life as if you have love to give. It is your smile that is the greatest gift to a stranger, your love that is your greatest gift to your family, your laughter that is your greatest gift to a friend. It is a life lived with an open heart that is your greatest gift to the world, and your gratitude is your greatest gift to your guides and angels. Your presence upon this earth dear ones, and your willingness to love and be loved, is a gift to God.

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