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La multi ani mamica mea !!
Acceptance is receiving without criticism or judgment; to embrace the fullness of a situation or experience; an inner realization that all is well, regardless of the outward expression.
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You do not have to like what is going on in your life, but you must accept that it, whatever it is, is going on. As long as you do not accept reality, you are powerless to define the role you will play.
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Acceptance is knowing that no matter what, everything is and will be just fine.
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Acceptance is simply recognition. When you recognize a thing you see it for what it is. All of our experiences, no mater how awful they appear to be, are temporary. Acceptance of an experience as a temporary situation can make it a lot easier to handle. It does not mean you will not be temporarily angry, frightened or senseless. It means you can usually handle something in a calmer manner when you know it is a temporary situation.
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Accepting a thing does not mean you approve of what is going on. Nor does it mean you are not being impacted by what is going on. Acceptance means you are able to withdraw the emotional attachment just long enough to really see what is happening . . . it is only from the emotionally detached posture of acceptance that you can make a wise choice.
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By accepting what is, you become keenly aware of what isn’t. When you know what isn’t, you can begin to determine what you must do.
Compassion relates to the ability to see yourself in the position of another, to feel what they feel and to offer tender support, empathy, and understanding for what the individual may be experiencing without seeing them as weak.
Compassion does not strip a person of their dignity, nor does it deny them the dignity of their process.
Compassion allows you to stand with a person, holding the vision of their wholeness regardless of the situation or circum-stances they may face.
Compassion is the pre- cursor to forgiveness.
Without compassion there will always be judgments, which obstruct mental and emotional energy and faculties.
Universal energy that is the essence of all that I am, fill me with your Divine Love.
God is the compassion and love I feel for myself and others.
When I am triggered by others show me where I am in need of love so I can show love.
When I am in judgment of another show me where I am in judgment of myself.
Help me to release the judgment and apply love so I may be grateful for those in my life.
When I am angry with someone show me where fear needs releasing.
As I release the fear I experience love, joy, and peace.
Thank you, God, Healer and Comforter for applying love to the places I hurt.
Thank you, Creator, for loving me and making a way for acceptance and gratitude in my life.
Thank you for raising my vibration to love and compassion.
Every area of my life is vibrating at the highest vibration possible for me at this time.
It is a vibration of love, acceptance, gratitude, joy and peace.
I am grateful that the essence of who I am is love. I bring love to all parts of my life.
Amen and Amen!
Minister Anita Holtvogt
Balance is essential to a good life. Good balance results in a healthy body. It eliminates conflict and confusion. Balance allows both the mind and spirit to flow smoothly, powerfully and productively. Giving equally of your time, energy and attention to the variety of tasks, duties and responsibilities can make balance difficult to achieve. Yet, when you are imbalanced, no matter how hard you try, you may often find yourself feeling or being defeated in the very life activity in which you desire to be victorious. Without balance, something goes unattended, unaddressed and will more likely than not become unproductive.
The best way to achieve balance is to make an earnest commitment to give every area of your life some part of your attention every day. Each day has 24 hours and, it is up to you to schedule those hours in a way that honors every part of you in your quest to achieve balance. Your mind, body, spirit, loved ones and interests need your attention if they are to thrive. Work, play, nourishment and rest must all be considered. What things are necessary, unnecessary, productive, unproductive and prudent must be the guidelines used to determine where you put your energy and attention at any given time. Sure, there will be days when some things seem more important than others. Absolutely there will be times when some things and people demand more of you than others. It is wise to make these demands the exception rather than the rule. Balance requires a commitment, constant monitoring and a conscious plan. Balance is possible and, the more you live in balance the easier and more desirable your life becomes.
Dr. Joseph Cardillo
I thank You that, in You, there are no limits to what I can achieve in my life. With You, all things are possible and I am so grateful.
How many times do we find that we set ourselves up for failure due to our obsession with time? When we consider those things that we want to accomplish in life, one of the first things we think of is how much time it will take. We focus how long it will take to accomplish rather than on what we have within us that will move us forward toward our goal. We focus on how much time we think we don’t have rather than Who and what we have within us that will help us to overcome any obstacle, perceived or real. And, we get so accustomed to instant gratification with our smartphones and wifi and other technological advancements that we get impatient when we think something will take too much time to achieve.
As humans, we have created time as a tool to measure our history and progress, to mark milestones and to guide ourselves through life. Yet, we have also allowed it to become an obstacle in our own consciousness – a barrier to forward movement. In those moments, we get to re-member that, in God, there is no time. There is only this right now moment. What can we do in this right now moment that will get us one step closer to our desired outcome?
Message adapted from
bow to life
Dr. Joseph Cardillo