1. Sal Cresci
    Nov 1, 2016 @ 7:51 am

    This Blog, reminds me, how we as a culture push away what we judge as unpleasant. We have learned that discomfort is bad and I am doing something wrong. I have felt if I am not living life happily ever after I must be doing something wrong. When I release all my preferences for life to be other than the truth in the moment, I am rewarded with an authentic or truer perception of reality. Life is neutral, I animate it with my judgement and perception. I skew it with my history, beliefs, and above all my judgement. As you mention, it allowed you to see more clearly.


    • Salina Christaria
      Nov 2, 2016 @ 1:55 pm

      You are so right, Sal. Wow, can I relate to what you are saying. I used to always think I was being punished when “bad” things happened. I am so grateful that God healed me of that and showed me that He is always working for my good! ~ Salina


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