Time, Decision and Choice; Thoughts on goodbyes.

envisage By envisage, 3rd Jun 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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When your alive, there is time. When your awake there is time. When everything is energy what choices will you make when goodbye is still an option.

Where is your mind when goodbye is close behind.

Home is where the heart is. While its true that many of us today have decided that its not as important to share so much time with family as we once had, we still usually find the time to come together in crisis. When it is discovered that happiness is a state of mind, we begin to follow our bliss and so our associations change with the discovery of that choice.
Understanding has nothing to do with what we say and everything to do with how we feel. Like running into a true friend that you haven't seen in years. You can pick up as if time did not exist. Does the families joined energy affect the warn beloved elder at his bedside in his battered and withered state? You betcha. Swinging the pendulum of energy with intention, like a desperate Captain making a last ditch effort to motivate his crew when the instruments are failing and there is no land in sight, I moved with conviction and definiteness, to lift the spirits of everyone in the room. Feeling sorry might keep things even but more than likely it will turn the tides to down. What is hope? What is faith, if not believing in possibility?. To say "there is nothing we can do". To say "it is in Gods hands" is to give up the fight. To support the resignation of the will to live.
To accept the situation is a far better position than feeling sorry for the downtrodden. We get together because of what we love about each other. This is to include the differences that we love. We accept the other or we poke and dig. This awareness should take the higher stake when time is measured by "will he wake". Everything is energy. Love as often as you can. Enthusiasm is Faith Manifested.
With respect and authenticity I shook his hand, leaned in for a hug and with conviction I declared; I'll see you tomorrow.
His eyes are healthy. His grip is strong.

Be well Grandpop, we've things to do.


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