Usually, when we are children we feel the love or our parents through their care, through them telling us bedtime stories, through them making sure we have all we need, through playing with us, and bringing smiles on our faces. The more we grow and discover the world outside of our protected island the more we encounter other situations and people who are not so loving to us. (Unfortunately, there are many children who already experience a rougher entrance into this world from day one on.) Depending on how we deal with that and how we move on with our experience it can appear that over the years we see this world as a cold and forbidding place.
As we know, this is not our only life. This is a life within our life. What we experience here is an excursion into a theatre where we slip into a role and everyone else does the same. There is only a basic script with the important pillars. The rest is impromptu. Together we create that play with every sentence, action, and reaction. But we are not left to our own recourses. There is always the director at hands to give advice. The challenge is that we become so good at playing that role that we forget that it is not who we really are and who the others really are.
Not everyone can join that theatre group. But because we are all connected through our origin – our real existence – those who are watching feel with us, cry and laugh with us. Those in spirits honor us for what we do down here. They appreciate our efforts to go through so much in order to gain experience and knowledge for everyone. They still see who we really are even though we might have forgotten. And they love us for who we really are.
But our real existence also shines through in the play. We cannot hide who we really are – whether we want or know it or not. The script each one of us brings along is a message of love itself. For the pain, desperation, chaos, and horror one of us goes through they provoke others to hang in with their roles in getting a chance to pour love over those who need it. It is not that one is better only because they have the role of the love spreader. I think the love inside those who agree to play the role of the sufferer might be even much much greater. It brings tears to my eyes to think how much love is active on this whole planet. And yes, even those who play the role of the tormentor activate others to prove that love is stronger and the only justice that exists.
You are loved throughout your life. Even though you may think that the whole world is against you. There is always someone who loves you. Always! You are much more than the role you play. Your task down here is so important and we thank you for what you do. You are one of the reasons this world develops. You are one of the reasons why love will never end to be shared. No matter what role you have, you are loved. Your surrounding may not be aware of it. But it suffices that you are.
But even in our roles, our spiritual light connects us. That’s when friendships are made, when compassion is felt or when love between two people happens. It is part of the script in order to not forget that we are not lone warriors. When we experience our darkest hours we need to remember that the most. It may be that someone disappointed, hurt, or bothered you or that someone really tries to make life bad for you. When you ponder why they are doing this to you take that as an opportunity to remember who they are. Perhaps it is their purpose to make you appreciate and recognize the love around you even more. There is always someone to remind you that you are loved. Always!
If only you could see yourself as those in spirit see you,
you would know how very loved you truly are.
– Denise Linn –
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In Love and Light