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Category Archives: Compassion
Earlier on, I posted the following on Facebook:
‘Going to Earth was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do… … and a journey I’ve repeated for so long now. This is the hardest one yet. I really don’t think anyone truly appreciates what’s about to happen… but that also, there is so much hope, so much beauty… and love.
Please, don’t forget love. When things become challenging… and they are going to… never forget the capacity to love, to forgive.
Be compassionate, please.‘
In this article, ‘We Were Made for These Times‘, shared by the ever-amazing Annette of the AscendingStarseed blog, Clarissa Pinkola Estes describes the feelings felt by so many of us around this beautiful Planet of ours, in a way which, whilst realistic, also reminds us to never forget hope, love or compassion – and also to remember why we agreed to this return journey.
As my Sister has mentioned many times… ‘do you realise how lucky you are to be living in these times…?‘
Yes, we must remember this… and never forget that even through the darkest of times, a glimmer of light will always burn with hope.
(Thank you Annette, as always ❤ )
Good afternoon from the beautiful warm county of Surrey. I’d just like to thank the amazing Annette of the 2012 The Awakening (ascendingstarseed) blog for sharing this article with us.
Many of us are coming to terms with life events which are moving with such breathtaking speed, one struggles to catch one’s breath. Change after change.. one big change happens and there is no time to rest before the next change arrives. It is relentless. And it will be this way for a while. Has to be. For what is coming.. for what is already upon us.
Aspects of self coming to light, needing to be recognised – accepted, forgiven and loved in many cases, prior to reconciliation into the one. Healing has been initiated for what could be perceived as ‘errors’ from past lives. Many are meeting old souls whom have been known for many, many lives – with palpable feelings of such relief upon being reunited with those souls.
This is important. Has to happen. Needs to. The threshold of change that will – is already beginning to – wash over us, will affect every single soul upon this planet. And it is a necessity, one that should be welcomed with open arms. Not feared. Just welcomed, as one would welcome a dear old friend 🙂
Thank you to Gillian MacBeth-Louthan for sharing her words of wisdom with us all. Thank you indeed ❤