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In a Moment of Clarity

Updated on December 4, 2011

In a moment of clarity, the heart pounds faster, the soul is shocked into awareness, and the spirit dances with joy, knowing that true evolvement has awakened the splintered soul into a dose of self-realization. The brain has been so engulfed with the fictional prison walls constructed eons ago that it has portrayed its ego as the be-all and end-all of this journey through life. How do we allow this to become so “true”?

What is it that we are so blind to - that we choose to believe the lowest part of who we are? Why do we believe that we have no empowerment, no strength, and no innate right to be treated with respect, to achieve our full potential, and to have our life’s purpose fulfilled to its utmost expression?

We are born into this world with the purest heart, the most innocent soul, the most trusting spirit. How dare the world engulf us in such pain and sadness and delusion that we all-too-soon believe that what we see is what is truly real. The “real” part of who we are gets stifled, buried, stuffed into an abyss of oblivion, to be forever forgotten, or those around us believe. What is true, what is “real” is that there is nothing, absolutely NOTHING, that can destroy us if we would just believe in our deepest soul that Who We Are is bigger and stronger and more empowered than anything this world can dish out to us. Multitudes of events, traumas, drama, and happenings occur within the existence of all those who choose to experience this “awakening” as human beings on this planet.

In a moment of clarity, we become aware that this existence is but a path of awareness to get us back to where we came from originally. We are here to remember Who We Are. We are beings of love. We are beings of compassion, of forgiveness, of acceptance, of empowerment. We are beings of beauty and peace and joy. All of those qualities need no longer be buried, forgotten, or denied because doing that benefits no one. We are children of God, we seek only goodness and truth and all of the good in life - and in people – and in the world, in general. We have the choice from within to pick what we choose to see about ourselves, about others, and about the world. That choice is what determines the result of our experience. Nobody in the world can make that choice but us. Nobody in the world can change any of it except us.

What do you choose? Ask yourself, “How does it serve me to be/feel/think/act this way? What does this say to me about me?” Life is your choice; you get out from it what you put into it. All of life is nothing but a reflection of you – how you feel and think about yourself. Think about that for a moment – it’s okay to disagree with me. It’s just food for thought.


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      Lene Lynn 6 years ago

      Thanks Stargazer, I appreciate that...

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      stargazer4305 6 years ago from California

      Eloquent, to the max!!!!

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      Lene Lynn 6 years ago

      Hey "SON" - hehehe- thank you for the comment. I was actually going to email it to you but you beat me to it. I am glad you liked it! I love you, too! :)

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      Son 6 years ago

      Hey Mom, well written once again! I like the final paragraph, it reminds me of a lyric from a Mudvayne (metal band) song:

      "Get busy living, or get busy dying!"

      Always liked that, the concept of "life is what you want it to be" so to speak.

      I love you!