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Flight of the Soul

God bless each moment. God bless my streets. God bless my family. God bless everyone.

Seriously.

God bless everyone.

“How was your year?” I asked expecting the sigh and heaviness so many people have expressed about 2011. The answer that came back held all the love that one person could express for the past.

“I am so grateful for everything that happened this year.”

She continued noticing my surprise.

“It is the only way to be. No matter what we must always hold the space for grace for what has happened and embrace it. It is the only way. I always am so thankful for everything.”

I looked at her and felt a shift. I knew that she was right and as always the universe had delivered it’s message for my final steps of 2011.

Be grateful for all of it. No matter what. Be grateful!

Where on Christmas Eve I was ready to complain about what a nut bag, crazy, oddly unsatisfying year it had been, with so much turmoil and tribulation and seeming giant leaps backward thanks to this beautiful person I was now seeing things with fresh eyes. I was in full appreciation for EVERYTHING that went on this year and how it changed me and helped me grow and tested my patience and made me understand how much power and strength lie on the other side of my beliefs. My faith was established and held and no matter what came up I found a way to the other side with Love.

How this is true for each of us becomes the happiness of our days. You don’t need to be a wise man to get the saying it matters not what happens to us it is always our perception that needs tending. Make any shift in your thinking. Make your story resonate with Joy. No matter what. Be loving.

Thank you past! Thank you for all you have taught me and all that you have brought to light and everything that you have represented. Thanks 2011~!

Happy New Year. Happy New Day. Happy everything that comes.

May the best of the past be the worst of your tomorrows!

lots of Love,

Melanie

 

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