April 2013 We are all pieces of an incredible puzzle. Reviewed by TamarGeorge on .   April 2013¬†¬† We are all pieces of¬†an¬†incredible¬†puzzle.¬†¬†United we fit together perfectly in Unity.¬†   There were 15 miles¬†per hour (mph)¬†winds in F   April 2013¬†¬† We are all pieces of¬†an¬†incredible¬†puzzle.¬†¬†United we fit together perfectly in Unity.¬†   There were 15 miles¬†per hour (mph)¬†winds in F Rating: 0
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April 2013 We are all pieces of an incredible puzzle.

 

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April 2013   We are all pieces of an incredible puzzle.  United we fit together perfectly in Unity. 

 

There were 15 miles per hour (mph) winds in Florida and it was Spring break.  I was escaping the last of the snow blanketing my driveway up North.  So instead of riding my bike against the wind, sildenafil I was talking on the phone to a friend while wandering through a store filled with a smorgasbord of items.  I was saying, viagra approved

‚ÄúI don‚Äôt understand why I‚Äôm judged by so and so for the group I‚Äôve chosen to work with.¬† How can someone else judge¬†me when they really haven’t experienced what I have — especially the miracles, gifts, and insights?

Why, I have friends who were one religion and their adult kids threw them for a loop by becoming totally the opposite in their choice of religion.  Do those parents love them less?  Did those parents disown them?  Do those parents criticize them to others?  No, no and no; they accepted that a different path was working for their kids.  We say as a group that we live love, but do we?

It‚Äôs obvious that most paths lead back to Source and we each are unique pieces of¬†a great¬†puzzle.¬† I can imagine each of us just floating on¬†our puzzle piece,¬†all of which¬†will eventually float slowly back together in Unity.¬† But sometimes I think we need a 15¬†mph wind, like what‚Äôs outside right now, to speed that along.¬† So that we can live love, so that we can honor what is not our choice and see¬†its benefit for the other.‚ÄĚ

I could hear my friend laughing on the other end of the phone.¬† But¬†I continued on my soap box, ‚ÄúWhy, that‚Äôs the intent for the Peaceburgh blog —¬†each person sharing their pathway and why it works for them. We have a rapid shift happening, and others are newly awakening and searching.¬† Those of us that are older now have gone through the discernment¬†between what works and is pure love,¬†vs. what is fear and full of shadows.‚ÄĚ

My friend, finally getting a word in, said, ‚ÄúThat really resonated with me. ¬†I can feel swirling pink and green energy around my heart.‚Ä̬† I picked up a starfish from the shelf and smiled, saying, ‚ÄúWhy don‚Äôt you write about your path, why it feeds you, what you get out of it, and why your passion still exists after all these years with that modality?‚ÄĚ

She said, ‚ÄúI’ll do just that,¬†what a great idea.‚ÄĚ

 

I hope, dear reader, that you’ll think so too!¬† Please click on this link to learn how to submit a post for peaceburgh.com.

Tamar George

 

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