Daily Inspiration: February 22. Dealing with Tragedy – Condensed Version
Let us not judge ourselves or others for how we react, feel, or for how long we believe we need to grieve. It is the ego who has taught us how to “properly” act or not act to tragedy. It is the ego who has placed parameters around, how much or how little, is appropriate grieving. Being that the ego’s main fuel source is judgment, anytime you are judging yourself or others, for grieving too much or too little, you are buying what the ego is selling. God is Love, and Love, thanks to free will, places no parameters around what you think you need to feel, nor however long you think you need to feel it. Allow yourself to feel whatever it is you think you need to feel, for however long you think you need to feel it, and being that we are all One, offer others this same courtesy, respect, kindness and compassion.
Today, if you are sent to one who is dealing with tragedy, you are in their presence, as a representative of God, of Love, and so offer this Love in whatever ways your heart and soul are calling you to do. Just by being in their physical presence, as a symbol of non-judgment, hope and healing, you will help remind them, that the door to peace, is always open. Listen to them, pray with them, help little by little lead them out of the darkness and back into the light. If you in the presence of one going through hard times, know that it is because God has entrusted you with His child, to guide him or her back to a place of peace. God trust you, thus do not lack trust in yourself. Simply call upon the love of God to join you, to speak for you, and whatever it is that you offer them, will help bring them peace.
All glory to God.
Peace, Health, Happiness, Love, Laughter, and Light.
James Blanchard Cisneros
Author of the book “You Have Chosen to Remember”
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