Stepping Into Virtue

Stepping into the Canvas with Virtue. Be that it may, be that it might…whatever it is…may it be virtuous. It is never about good or evil, right or wrong…for these are human perceptions. Stand in whatever ground you wish, with understanding that both have consequences. Whether you choose the black wolf or white to feed, do so with great moral judgment. Step with Love and Compassion and it shall be so…

 

Why You Gotta Be So Mean?

Have you ever met a person who is just down right mean to every person they meet? Chances are you have. We can choose to follow in these footsteps and/or remain in the shadows of those meanies (word adopted from one of my god children as he spoke of meanies on his favorite Riverdance show). We can also rise up from this unpleasant place, entering into a world of pure happiness. We are not meant to be miserable in life. If those others choose to remain there…in misery…that is their choice, not yours. Their reality does not have to paint yours.

How people treat you is their karma; how you react is yours.

~Wayne W. Dyer

Being open to a new thought process, a process of Love and Peace, allowing us to find something far greater than we ever imagined. In these thoughts of Love and Peace we are creating a life of endless possibilities. Remain in the field of negativity and that is where you will remain. Step into the fields of Positivity and the world will know your name.

Ani Po experiences the negative sort quite often, but is well guarded in this art of misery. During a given encounter, Ani Po gave notice to a recent employer. It was not easy to do as it was, but when she sent words of apology towards an individual, as she felt a bit of guilt in letting her and the team down, she was met with some shocking words. Instead of words of encouragement, Ani Po was met with words of bitterness and hate. She was kicked in the shins with the other person’s words.

Ani Po is not always sure if the other person intentionally knew she was being cruel or if that is all they know. One persons reality can be so tainted in hate, that their reality is just that…filled with hate. Instead of giving that person a lesson in virtue, Ani Po quietly spoke under her breath, “Forgive them Father…for they Know not what they do.”

How often have you met a person like this? Do you dare speak up or what is true? or do you quietly bless them, knowing that the Laws of Karma will take its due course? Whatever the case, it is our best interest to stand tall, no matter what, remaining true to ourselves and protecting ourselves from harms way. How do we protect ourselves?

There are many ways and are accessible at any time: We can call on Angels to protect us…Archangel Michael, Raphael, etc.; We can call on our ancestors before us…Fathers, Grandfathers before us; We can also call on the Great I Am. We are never alone and there is always help available…sometimes the best medicine is merely talking to a close friend (Angels of the flesh)… getting it off our chest. Whatever way works for you apply this, but do not allow the other person’s negativity to affect your day. Their negativity is not your cup of tea anyway. You would rather have a cup of Agape Tea…why not pour a cup now?

My creed is this:  The place to be happy is here. 

The time to be happy is now.  The way to be happy is to make others so.

~Robert Ingersoll

Stepping into the Canvas with Agape in our Heart. This unconditional Love that carries us throughout our day will continue to pour onto those we encounter. The Tea served, will no longer be of Hate, Lust or Fear. No. The only Tea served is that of Love, Peace and Hope. Would you care to join me in a nice warm cup of Agape Tea?

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Staying on Course

Ever feel like nobody sees your point of view? People just don’t understand you? This Is very common in our diverse society, but doesn’t mean we have to give up on what we feel is right. Stay the course.

An acquaintance once felt it necessary to revamp daily policy and procedures, which would require other people in his department to change the way they do things. Not seeing his vision for change, they barked and labeled him as a threat to their department.

He stayed on course and implemented many changes.  The outcome, administration viewed as a win-win for everyone. Patient satisfaction climbed to the highest it had ever been, revenue nearly tripled and our friend found himself working closely with administration  implementing other organizational changes to duplicate the same result in other departments. The sad outcome, was our friend lost his job. How I this possible? Administration looked so good promotion was inevitable, just not for our friend. While new administration had new agendas and the department that our friend was in still held animosity towards him, his peers immediately began looking for ways to let him go. During a recent downsizing, the department found their way. Our friend, being the highest paid in his area, quickly found himself on the chopping block.

Should he have  started the original task or remain status quo? With our pilgrim/warrior analogy, the pilgrim would have just remained status quo while the warrior always advances with  intent of  greater good. Our Warrior friend found himself amidst a difficult lesson, but remained true to himself even though it cost his job.

While many would find this disheartening, our Warrior friend found peace among all this as he knew he was right on course with his highest self. Staying true to himself among adversities, allowed true freedom to prevail. While jobs are slim for many, the jobs remain endless for the Warrior.

Stepping into the Canvas with a Warrior attitude, remaining virtuous in every step. Choose not to pay attention to bleak outcomes, but remain centered  in endless possibilities. When we align ourselves with this Warrior attitude, the universe returns the favor with endless possibilities.

Laws of Virtue

It is never about good or evil, for these are human perceptions.

Instead Good or evil are based on the Laws of Virtue.

Stand in whatever ground you wish

with the understanding that both have consequences.

~Joseph Lieungh