How many times as a child have we walked home after doing something we know our parents told us not to do and feared the consequences behind the front door of the house?? For me, there was a few times for sure, I can still hear my own thoughts, “Why did I do that? Man, I am in trouble now! Mom’s going to ground me and Dad going to kick my butt! Argh!” as I sweated bullets with every step. Sometimes when I got home, the punishment was not as bad as I thought and sometimes I got an butt spanking that I knew I didn’t want to mess up again. I guess we call that, having a conscience? Is that what is wrong with our young people today and with parents? The children have no fear of consequences and adults/parents have given up? And why is that? is it the parents now fearing the consequences of disciplining their own children and the children feel totally in control, yet they can’t handle the responsibility or have the stamina and mindset to set their own boundaries?
“Trust your instincts, even if they are telling you something that your heart really really does not want to consider. It can save your life.” F.C.
Karma: Is something self inflicted. We each produce our own karma with individual actions. Karma is about perfect timing. Meaning not always when we do good or bad is karma immediate. I have seen karma at times, years later. But one great fact about karma, we can have faith it will come back to us. The only instant karma I believe in, occurs immediately as we cross over back into our spiritual world from this physical human world. All the good we did, all the bad we did and all the feelings/emotions that come with those actions is a rhealm of crossing over at a high speed.
Yes many call me crazy and question my thoughts on the subject of living and passing over. Thats okay because I did make a vow to share my knowledge of spirit and life as we know it..as I know it and as I am told by Spirit. Not one person has to believe what I say, yet I have faith that I am not alone in this. Even if I am, that is okay as well. Life is good, spiritual life is better.
Life is not always fair for some. And one of those who get dealt a not so good hand at times is the, single parent.
There may be a reason or an excuse why one parent can not, will not take on their roll as a parent seriously or maybe because of a death. But either or, someone ends up being a single parent.
As a child I recall which parent played the good cop and which played the bad cop. Well what does a single parent do in that case? What an emotional struggle for that one parent who never rests from any title that is given usually to a set of parents, now takes on ALL titles with hopes that they are tough enough or leaniant enough at the right time for the child(ren).
There is no slushing off or getting free time as much as a set of parents can.
I was not a single parent but know of a few and my hats go off to you, and prayers as well as great vibes are sent out to each of you.
You will be rewarded.
The only thing I love about winter is watching the snow fall. It always inspired me, deeply. This morning I have been thinking a lot..lol.. it is my favorite past time… thinking, writing and of course loving. So many loves, grand baby love, my children love, family love, friendship love and 2nd to none, my Man love.. xx.. I like to think we have a mature love And, I don’t think Mature Love has anything to do with age. I think it has to do with, experience. We both have the integrity to be alone, which is being honest and whole together and apart. We both give without strings and grateful for that because we have different giving strengths. It is a love that when apart, our alone times does not destroy togetherness, in fact it enhances it. Yes, the first day or 2, I miss him so much, but on the 3rd day, I smile because I look forward to being together again. We help each other become more free. There is no effort given to dominating each other, we actually hop past that thinking, because it can become a sort of hatred and anger. We were individuals when we met and that is who we each fell in love with, so why not encourage that time alone, that individuality, which leaves so much more room to grow, alone and together. Who knows, there may be a day down the road where we will want to be in each others space so much more, but I think again, we are mature enough, that does not mean to smoother each other… respect, understanding and truly listening.. in one word.. Communication!