Re: Trying to Explain the Inexplicable
- Hi Nachi,
This is a wonderful post and very much true too.
All our thoughts and feelings play a great role in overall
environment of the world. If more people feel peaceful and happy,
they can affect the universe.
I read somewhere that our thinking works like a magnet. If you are
positive, more positive from the world will connect with it and make
you more positive and same is true for negative. Our attitude is
what matters most.
Thanks for sharing.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "nachiketan" <nachi@H...>
> Soulsong #144 - Trying to Explain the Inexplicable
> There are people in the world committing shocking, repugnant,
> inexplicable acts against fellow humans.
> Nevertheless, the percentage of the time that most people go about
> their lives untouched by tragedy is exponentially greater than any
> jarring reports from the nightly news. Well-being is far more
> than disaster. The deck is dramatically stacked in humankind'sfavor.
> It is not my job to figure out why some people--old and young--
> perpetrate atrocities. It is not even my job to try to stop judging
> terrorists, war-mongers, and the like. My job is always the same--
> keep my focus on that which uplifts me, makes me happy, makes mepossible,
> feel good. As I keep my thoughts as upbeat and positive as
> I align with my joyful inner self and easily and automaticallypeace,
> manifest my needs and desires.
> My focus is powerful. When I agonize over world events, I actually
> feed them more energy. I help no one. But when I choose inner
> inner joy, I model that for others, and I give a wondrous sweetgift
> to the planet.
> Copyright 2004, Karen Williams