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January 6, 2011

Cycle Of Life

Taking a drive through life is likened to a drivers test; no matter how hard you study, there will always be some unexpected bumps on the actual road test.

We cannot predict what exactly what will show up on the final exam, so we need to make sure to brace our emotions to deal with whatever card life decides to deal us. It’s not about turning the curve as fast as we can, more so it’s about how we were able to become flexible enough to endure the turn of the actual curve.

Life does not flow in a straight line, rather it moves through a series of circles that cycle in their respective phases. We all must grow through these seasons, yet majority of us resist there very essence, and we wonder why we fall off track. The very essence of life is one of change, growth and understanding.

When we resist the first two elements and pretend we understand, we are fooling ourselves.

We make fabricated predications, pretending that they may actually manifest in accordance to our rigid belief systems. Yet when it actually begins to hail crackers when we prepared our actions for fudge, we find a very different reality. We find that our knowledge has worked against us. Our intellect has robbed our true understanding of truth. When we only utilize our minds without consulting our hearts and tell the world around us that this is how it should be, we become hypocrites to the very example we are afraid of.

Modern society runs from the truth that we are fools. We are fools masquerading as intelligent humans who know it all. But we know nothing about who we truly are, because we only identify ourselves with our external instruments; ignoring our internal components.

It is through our very ignorance that chaos has thwarted the true foundation upon which liberation resides. We have become robots in a mechanical society only concerned with materialistic assumptions we think is success. How silly we are, to actually believe that our eminence is measured by how much we can afford. When in all reality it’s those very hedonistic values we choose that rob us from true success.

Fame and fortune only stay in synch with your true hearts desire. The rest of the glitter fades when you realize you are alone in the end. Would you rather die rich with a poor heart, or die poor with a rich heart? And who says wealth is measured by material accumulation?

If we want something to define ourselves by, we need not to go any farther than our back doors. We hold the answers we are truly searching for.

When we decide to let go of our conditioned lens, releasing all our expectations of what we want rather than what truly is, we come to a humble awakening within our consciousness. We reach a clarity we’ve never embraced before. We gain a glimpse into the subtle workings of invisible realms, through which the dynamics of energy work in accordance with our hearts desire.

And although we begin out as the fallen fool, we age with wisdom and become the valuable sage.

Written: November 29 2007 Posted January 23 2008

Jennifer Kunlire aka Truth Whisphers

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4 Comment(s)

  1. Amanda | Jan 24, 2008 | Reply

    I thought it was very well done. You are right. We all do go through series of circles. However, I think I have to disagree with fooling ourselves comment. I dont think most of us are doing that intentionally rather we do it because we don’t want to face it. For myself I know, after the end of the day when I come from work, all I want is to enjoy a relaxing bath and watch a tv show, is it fooling myself if I dont want to open the bills that I have to pay on the counter? Or is it fooling myself that I dont want to hear whats on the answering machine from mortgage broker? Well thats just my opinion 🙂 Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

  2. Derrick | Jan 24, 2008 | Reply

    I think we are intelligent. Sometimes human beings in general do lots of things that don’t make any sense to us, but that’s how we became where we are today. If those cavemen didn’t lit a fire with those two rocks I don’t think we would be here. But I wonder what the others were thinking at the time. Were they thinking, fools, what are they expecting to get by rubbing two rocks? I bet the cave man who put the deer he hunted on fire, everyone else were rolling their eyes thinking fool! He is ruining his dinner. But see where we are now. Were we masquerading at the time? Maybe we did but I don’t believe so. Thanks for the debate. I like it.

  3. Peter | Jan 24, 2008 | Reply

    Good read. I like it.

  4. TruthWhisphers | Jan 24, 2008 | Reply

    Thanx for the comment, i like the input, being able to see from many sides, i believe we see what we want to see most of the time!!!

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