Be Like the Sun: Happy Easter










In this age of personal responsibility, accountability, and liability, good readings help us even more understand our mission here on earth, and the universe. Let the light shine for all those that are with inflated egos: malicious minds: malicious demons inside them ruining their lives, their families, our communities, and our country.

Happy Easter everyone! Let the light shine for all. Navigate these enlightening readings from our Creator with love.

Be Like the Sun:

See how the sunlight plays on the leaves. The sunlight goes under and over and around. The Sun takes delight, and yet its shining is a matter of course. The Sun is ever the same and never the same as it plays along the leaves.

In your life, be like the Sun. Shine every day whether you are seen or not. Play every day in and out of the leaves of your life, and take delight. You are to play. It is not that you pay so much attention to yourself as a player. You pay attention to the playing. Although you are the star of your life, your attention is not on stardom.

The Sun takes so much delight because it gives so much delight. The Sun is not thinking of itself. It thinks of spreading light. And so you, beloveds, be like the Sun, and say: “What warmth will I share today, what light will I spread, what joy will I give and therefore receive delight in?” These are your questions to ask.

Ask not, “What hassles will I have this day?”

Ask not, “What’s in it for me today? What am I going to get out of it?”

Ask not, “Am I getting my full share?”

Today is a day where the spotlight is on what you are contributing. Today is not a day for you to be thinking, “Me, me, me.” Today is a day for you to be thinking, “You, you, you.”

How will you serve the Universe today? Is that too big a bite for you to swallow? The fact is that you serve the Universe every day. You serve it generously, or you stint. You think of yourself uppermost and what you are owed, or you think about something you can do that will brighten a day for someone.

Even when you want to, it is not always easy to know what you can do to make life a little better for someone else. Your help isn’t always welcomed. You do not always feel welcomed.

Bear in mind that you do not always have to plan. Desire an opportunity. Many opportunities may appear to you.

Don’t hesitate. Don’t think it over. Never mind if this is THE opportunity or opportunities earmarked for you. Take them anyway. If you see them, they are yours.

Pull out the chair for your wife to sit in. Give up your seat on the bus. Cook your husband’s favorite foods. Let your child be.

I will tell you something. To think of doing something nice for someone will help your circulation. You will be getting up from where you have been sitting. You will walk across the room. You will walk across the street. You will take a step, and so you will be walking across the Universe, and so you will strew rose petals of consciousness before you, and the rose petals will be noted and picked up.

It is so simple to serve when you have the intention to serve rather than to reap. Yet, of course, you will reap. You will reap more this way than from all the attempts you have made to reap.

Rose petals of consciousness are yours so that you will strew them. You are alive this day so you can make a roseful path for others to walk on.

Strew rose petals before you, and you can only walk on them.

Perhaps you have been trying to take a short cut in life. A short cut may not take you where you want to go.

Where do you want to go, beloveds, and how many will you make the path smoother for?

What would keep you from blazing a trail across the Universe just the way the Sun does every day?

The Sun serves. How it serves. The magnanimous Sun serves, and the Earth turns.









You are the one Responsible

Let’s face it. The word frustration is just another word for anger. Frustration seems to be caused by something from outside you. This or that frustrates you. By little turns and twists within your mind, you convince yourself quite easily that frustration assaults you.

Anger is a little less slippery. You really do have to face your participation in anger.

Whatever causes your anger, you have to admit you are angry.

You hold the anger.

You hold responsibility for it.

Frustration seems less serious to you, and somehow, you feel absolved of responsibility for it. You are innocent, as a matter of fact. Your computer has gone berserk with spam. Of course, you are frustrated.

And so and so on.

I urge you to take responsibility for all upset you experience. You don’t have to have it. You do have to take responsibility.

We come back again to your feeling at odds with the world. This is a very basic level we come down to. You don’t like to think that you are at odds with the world. You haven’t realized that you felt the world was out to get you. You may have even given lip service to the idea of a benevolent world, even as you wrangle with it.

“Here goes the world again,” you seem to vent. “See how it misuses me. How can I not be frustrated? This happened and that happened, and they happened to me. I couldn’t solve a math problem. My shoe lace broke. I got tired. No wonder I’m tired. Look at what happened to me today.”

Beloveds, not for all the gold on Earth, do you want to see yourself as an innocent victim. A victim is also a perpetrator. You have performed a magic trick on yourself. It looks as though frustration has been foisted on you, yet that is really sleight of hand. The rabbit hasn’t come out of a hat. You are the one who planted the rabbit there.

Or, perhaps, you like to think you have been hornswoggled, once again, an innocent victim. Nope, My dear ones, you are the offender who puts the responsibility somewhere else.

No one denies that your car broke down or any one of the occurrences that contributed to your frustration, yet, come now, look yourself straight in the eye and admit your own culpability.

You may also say you are an innocent victim of measles or a mosquito bite or an upset stomach. Be that as it may, you are responsible now. You are responsible for how you react. In fact, beloveds, forswear reacting. Act instead, and act with good feeling.

There is no hiding, beloveds. Your thoughts cast their net. Bread upon the waters and all that.

If you drop the pot of soup, you dropped it. You didn’t mean to, yet no one else dropped it but you. And it’s you who has to clean up the mess on the floor.

Even when your fingernail breaks, it is your fingernail that is broken. You can blame your broken fingernail on anything you like, yet, here you are. It is your broken fingernail. You may say that you don’t get enough calcium, yet I say to you: “Who is it who doesn’t get enough calcium?”

It’s not in your best interest, or anyone’s best interest for you to get mired in innocence.

Let’s say you are perfectly innocent by anyone’s standards, yet, I repeat, even when you are innocent, who has to run the race now?

If you are drowning, and you don’t choose to drown, what are you going to do? Are you just going to say: “I didn’t ask to drown.” Or are you going to swim and save yourself from drowning?

When someone gives you advice you don’t want to hear, you may mutter: “Whose life is this anyway?”

And this is what I am saying to you. “Whose life is this anyway?”


Enjoy the eggs hunt with the children!










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