Today’s Message: “We are united, set your intentions for the day and see it happen”
StoryTime: About 4 weeks ago I made a choice. I quit my job, took what I could and headed to Los Angeles, CA. I had a mission in Texas that was done. I came back home to new life, a beautiful new nephew. My awesome family and a great city. I had never been in LA as an adult but I was eager to see how it changed. I had hoped in the car, drove to Texas right after graduation and had been there ever since. 10 years to the day, exactly… Now I am back, in a fresh new city with a brand new start. I feel like I had gained worldly wisdom and never left. Like the prodigal’s son who went out into the world and had arrived home, renewed and full of knowledge. I felt as if I went on a shamanistic journey through the wilderness and came back to tell the village all that I had learned and experienced. Coming home made me realize how important home, family, grounding, closeness and inter-connectivity was. It all starts at home, with your family. Once you are one with your family, everyone else seems easy. We are all brought to this earth with a people who are here to guide and direct you before you go out into the world. They are called your “Soul Tribe”. Once you have healed your past life, you can move on to another. I realized that I was not healed until I found peace within my family. They are me, I am them, we are one and we all have something to love about ourselves that our family gave us. No one is perfect. We all go through things to teach the next. As my mom says “Each one, Teach one”. I have found so much love for myself and my journey from this process of coming home. I see that this is just the first steps, there is so much more to learn. I’m eager to figure it out. After all that I’ve been through, I can handle anything.
The world is an amazing place, filled with many sites and things. It’s a place that can be wonderfully beautiful cruel place, It all depends on how you react to it. One day you wake up to a million dollars and the next day you can be dirt poor with no place to go. There is a lesson in every experience, person or thing; you just have to open your eyes to see it.