In reading all of David Wilcock's latest articles I have found myself been very selfish lately.
Making excuses of wanting to see people that I would normally live without seen often just
to secretly get something from them, the magical ride home or a ride to a store, to avoid
having to walk home for 25 minutes or pay for a cab to go places, which would be
extremely beneficial to the health of my body, which is out of shape.
I know that I do not have a car and that I have limitations, but I need to be truthful to
others and myself. It is important that when I call my friends to "hang out" it is specially to
do so, to spend time with my friends and help them, if in the other hand I do need the ride
of someone, either try to do it on my own and on the lowest circumstance then ask for
help, and reward the helper (gas is too expensive these days). Give help and ask for it
when you need it most, be happy with either of the responses that you'll get.
I find it really interesting that I have to use the word Self-service so many times a day for a
living. I am a QA Analyst at a very popular wireless carrier and when I have to provide
feedback for a representative we have to always remind them to promote the "Self-service"
options available to them thru their wireless device. Now the most interesting thing about
this is that there is a hidden selfish desire of this company, the more the customer uses
the self service options, the least amount of calls they'll receive, which means that they'll
need less representatives, which will contribute to the high unemployment rate that
unfortunately exists today.
In a way I know why I'm writing this, I feel as if my Higher self is pointing out something
very important in my life, that might be making me get stuck spiritually, the good thing is
that now I know what it is and will find the most effective way to approach it.
Today, after various fights of my positive (service to others) and negative (self-service)
thoughts, finally the positive won, I "got it", I walked home, and it was a great experience,
I felt great physically, emotionally guiltless and in connection with nature and all that was
around me. I felt unity.
Thanks David for all your work, which is truly needed in the times we're living in.