One’s intuition never steer them wrong. It’s that feeling from deep within. One that carries a voice but yet it is silent. It’s that, when you know, that you know, that you know. Intuition gives an inkling that something is off. It could also draw attention to an opportunity. It causes ones ear to twitch. One may not even have questions but yet… Intuition beacons you to look a little closer. This I say, is phenomenal. It is beyond ordinary. Intuition is perceptible by our innate senses. It is God’s leading. It’s a divine lead. Follow and obey.
Life is so beautiful, It’s no justice when We rush through As if in a whirlwind. Relationships are meant to be savored. To rush into means there’s a Slight chance you might miss An important fact. To savor each moment is As eating a strawberry ice cream Slowly. Moving too fast takes away The richness of what could be. It pays to take time to See, smell, taste, hear, and feel. To do this opens the door For genuine appreciation.
Everyday I look up to the sky, Amazingly I see an outstretched blue canopy. Gliding so beautifully with wings so wide. Lovingly I stretch my arms Embracing the wind as I soar. Such grace and joy I felt.
“Watch any plant or animal and let it teach you acceptance of what is, surrender to the Now. Let it teach you Being. Let it teach you integrity — which means to be one, to be yourself, to be real. Let it teach you how to live….” ― Eckhart Tolle
We ought to love others as we love ourselves. Even when we feel otherwise. We may feel a certain person may not deserve our love because they’ve hurt us at some point.
When we think about what Jesus did on the cross we find strength to move forward in love.
Taking this big step is very liberating. It is used as a launching pad to take us deeper in our walk with God. When we do so it releases our hearts to forgive.
Jesus said, “Father forgive them for they know not what they do”. This was truly a selfless act and we have the ability to do the same. To love enough to forgive others is a gift we give not only to the offender but also to ourselves.