Looking Back (Part 1)

“Who would set a limit to the mind of man? Who would dare assert that we know all there is to be known?” Galileo

Welcome to our first mid-year review of my journey, LFT’s journey:
* Define and clarify LFT’s Mission and Purpose
* Recap and illuminate LFT’s message

When I was 9, I vowed to myself that the only way I was going to save myself was to save others. By that, I meant endeavor to inform, encourage, inspire and guide each of us in realizing we, you, me, everyone and everything are connected in ways we don’t know, can’t see or understand.

That each of us is more important and more loved than life’s events have led us to believe.

Even more than we can possibly imagine!

This is LFT’s recurring theme, stated in different ways, with different examples and supported with timeless quotes from history’s greatest minds and others of notable achievement. Until we acknowledge, accept, and assimilate this insight; we, ourselves, delay accepting our gifts we’ve already been given. The awesome power already within us, patiently waiting for us to acknowledge, accept and step into as we embrace our purpose and intention.

Life is counter-intuitive! When we understand that which seems to be obstruct and defy us is actually life endeavoring to enlighten, guide and assist us in learning to examine ourselves through new eyes.

Our established patterns served our journey but now it’s our time to advance to our next level. To realize we’ve been shadowboxing.

In the song Sonlight, Carmen Moshier tells the story that regardless of how life seems, – regardless the shadows that scare us, rain on our parade, life’s sorrows and pains – there in the midst of it all, our true nature waits for us to step forth, imagine our intention and let God respond.

Carmen Moshier ~ Sonlight

Through God’s responding – Consciousness emerges!

How do we get there?

In spite of all the obstacles, humanity’s evolutionary journey is amazingly resilient – it’s remarkable! If it doesn’t seem that way, it’s because our vantage point delays our awareness. In many ways, it’s similar to how a parent doesn’t notice the day-to-day growth of their child until an event suddenly occurs, bringing it home undeniably.

When we look through new eyes, we connect dots we previously overlooked, disregarded or dismissed. We grasp life’s purpose, our journey, and what can be!

Therefore, LFT’s first step has been to share and drive home a new vantage point built upon reimagining how we, you and I, everyone and everything visualize grace.

Think of grace like oxygen! Do you ever go without oxygen? No, because you can’t.

Similarly, visualize grace as a concoction of a mother’s “Ouchy kisses” combined with Our Creator, Your Creator smiling, rubbing your shoulders while whispering, “(Your name), You’re my child, I’m so proud of you! I love you (Your name again). We are One, I have your back! As long as there’s Me, there’ll be you with Me.”

Be comforted in Carmen’s message that as long as there’s God, you and me, everyone will always be.

Carmen Moshier ~ There’ll Always Be Me

Until Next Time …

“Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it.“ Goethe

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