Daily Inspiration: November 15. Our Children and the Thoughts We Think – Condensed Version
We make it a point to remind our children to be aware of what kind of friends they choose. We know how important it is that our children choose positive and loving peers to surround themselves with. Yet, we do not put even half that effort into supporting our own lives, by consciously choosing positive and loving thoughts, to think and surround ourselves with. The thoughts we think, hold unto, and support, will either pollute or invigorate our lives. Our thoughts can become our greatest supporters or drown our days in fear and sorrow. Our children will learn by the example we set. If they see us focusing on and allowing into our life, negative, judgmental and hurtful thoughts, then that will give them an unconscious permission to do the same and choose negative, judgmental and hurtful friends.
Today, our thoughts, just like our children, will grow in relation to what we offer them. If our thoughts are of forgiveness, compassion and love, they will help feed and nourish this world. If our thoughts are of judgment, anger and fear, they will poison and destroy this world. It is our thoughts that either nourish or poison us, and thus what we have within to offer to this world. Today, let us ask ourselves what kind of world would we like our children to inherit? Remember, that world always begins as thoughts within our own minds. If you do not like the world you are seeing, then begin the work to change the world, not externally, but internally. Align your thoughts with your loving nature, and begin to redesign the world, into one that will support your children’s growth, healing and awakening.
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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