Sassy Spirit

Sassy Spirit


This gig.

posted by jperry

This gig as a human has a lot of misconceptions. One is that things are fair. Sometimes they’re not, in our opinion, of course. Like when someone dies too young. It really sucks. Not for them because we know that they are back to the source of all love, call it God, or a higher power. That is the beautiful part for the soul who passes, no matter what we think as the human that gets left behind. People say they are sad for the person who passed because that aren’t going to do certain things we assume we’ll get to do. We know though in our heart of hearts, their soul is okay with that.

Many souls that pass earlier than most, often have a HUGE impact on people’s lives. People start foundations, charities, and movements in their name. The effect ripples out to affect hundreds, thousands, and even millions. We never know what a soul was here to do or what they were here to learn. Some think it’s about lessons, while others think we came for the experience or the purpose is joy. For me, the answer to all is love. I want to make a difference and enjoy life in the mode of love. And when people pass before I think they should, I go to love.

I am reminded to love more. To love the little things like my cinnamon tea with local honey. To love people in my life even if they are annoying me. To love myself fully and not take my body or health for granted. To take love to the next level and supercharge it. To quiet the need to make it conditional and just love for the sake of love.

It raises questions and answers within myself, if I knew life was really as short as it is. . .what would I be doing?  I ponder and feel this.  I know my soul is guided in the right way, in the right time, to the right path.  I set intentions, detaching from the outcome, and knowing it is done.  This thing I want or something even better is dreamt up in the mind of God for me.  Who am I is the focus I use daily in defining and clarifying where I shall go.  I don’t want to have to wait to be sick or someone I love to be sick to wake up.  I’m not going through the motions.  It’s not a walk through.  It’s not a dress rehearsal.  It’s the real deal.  You must live like there’s no tomorrow and yet dream of your bright future happily.  I’m going to cherish each day even more.  I’m no longer just seizing the day, but seizing the life.

Wishing all of you who have lost a loved one peace in your heart and that you still feel their love surround you.  May you be blessed with signs to let you know, without a doubt, that there soul never dies.  We are never disconnected from them, the love connects us for eternity.



  • majedul haq

    Thanks to you, for your good thinking, i am fully agree with you.

  • http://www.jennygperry.com Jenny G. Perry

    I appreciate that your thinking is perfect for you. Everyone should honor their truth. I speak my truth and can agree to disagree without any drama or ill will. Many blessings to you.

  • Jenny G. Perry

    I love you, babe! I so appreciate you. Seriously, I feel blessed to be your friend. Much love.

  • Juliana

    I think your comments are said from a very innocent & romantic point of view…tho in something as serious as dying…where do you come up with this sort of perspective? Death has been around since time began…and death was also a sentence handed down to the first human couple, due to rebellion against God. People were never created with the intention that they would eventually die. How loving would our Creator be, to create something so grand, and then say..oh, by the way…eventually you will die. :-( So, just for the record, death was a consequence of Adam and Eve’s desire to be “like God” and they disobeyed his request to “not eat of the tree of knowledge. They also listened to a spirit creature known as Satan, who also rebelled and deceived Adam and Eve. Most folks know the story in Genesis…and thus sin spread through all of mankind.
    I find no comfort in dying, have lost a number of family and friends. The thing I do know – it’s also mentioned in the Bible…is that there will be a Hope of a Resurrection to life on Earth, a Paradise will be restored again on Earth, and a worldwide change was prophecied to rid the planet of ALL evil. As much as this seems a distant promise, and unbelieveable…it was written in many scriptures through out the whole book. In fact, the whole theme of the Bible is basically about the Restoration of God’s Kingdom over the earth. Revelation 21:4,5. “you will be done on Earth, as it is in Heaven” Matthew 6:10
    While this seems less romantic in thinking…it’s based on knowledge and truth. And is a condition that all people could benefit from. Our Creator has not forgotten his promise…nor will he forget about his original plan for mankind. There’s a big picture to this & every person should take note, and listen…which is why the Scriptures were provided for mankind in the first place.

  • Kathleen Weidner

    Oh Jenny, you brought tears to my eyes, the second time today. Such wisdom for someone as young as you are. I am just realizing this outlook myself and I have 20 years on you. Never too late to learn however. What great wisdom to share. Don’t wait until someone is sick or there is a tragedy to being living & loving each day! <3

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