When you feel unloved, call upon me and I shall show you your true worth,
When you feel overwhelmed, call upon me and I shall lift your burdens away,
And there are moments when you can’t feel much, call upon me and I shall warm your very heart!
The best antidote that can cure all types of pains and aches is compassion. It is in this state that we can simply accept what is and allow it to be. It is in this state that we can love with all might and not afraid of being let down or hurt by another. It is also in this state that we come to embrace the imperfect nature of our human essence and yet bringing ourselves closer to that divine state of Oneness.
I cannot take away your pains nor sufferings. I can only help you see those repeating “patterns” in your relationships which you are not conscious of. It is still your choice as you have free will. There is no right or wrong timing. You have the choice of learning to love again or shut down for good. All I want to say is that, the person who hurts you the most, is after all, an imperfect human undergoing its life lessons, and having you played the role of its designated partner. Would you attempt to at least forgive those whom have let you down in the past, where you have once loved and given so much?
The heart knows no barrier or limitations, the mind always do.
May peace be with us always,
To my human brothers and sisters
Whether you are conscious about it or not, each one of us is inter-connected through our thoughts, feelings and energies we emit from moment to moment.
So let us come together to create a more fun-filling, loving and supportive environment through out this planet!
With much love and light,
My dearest one
You are the Seed, the Petals and the Flower.
With each thought you think, it expands outwards into the vastness of the universe. And the more momentum you build by repeating more of the similar thoughts, the forces within the seeds of creation begin to summon itself to manifest into reality. Light attracts more light. Shadow attracts more shadow.
Be mindful of what you are creating at this very moment, it is your choice ultimately.
With much love to you,
Tonight’s sharing was simply inspired by this beautiful old cotton tree that’s been standing in the garden for the last 79 years since 1933. As I took the usual route upon entering the garden grounds, I discovered that the surrounding plants and shrubs were covered by patches of fluffy stuff. For a moment, I thought this looks like silk cotton and as I continued on my journey, I realised that the entire ground where the old cotton tree stood, was covered in patches of its beautiful soft looms. I picked one up, held it in my hand and instantly felt its warmth! In the centre of its fluffy petals lies the seed and when you try to reach for the seed, the entire flower disintegrates into strands of cotton silk where it allows the winds to carry it off gently.
I met 2 group of girls who were happily collecting the cottons on the ground and having fun playing catching. I joined in too as how often can one chance upon the flowering season of our magnificent heritage cotton tree? It was fun as we take turns to come up with ideas on how we can use cotton besides serving as a main ingredient in our attire making. Shortly after, 2 pairs of brides and grooms start to pose underneath the big cotton tree. The guy is asked to make cute poses while the lady is asked to turn its face towards him.. I can’t help but to think about this theme – Cottony Love.
Our love stories these days are likened to be as light and soft as cotton, and at the same time, a tad too fragile to withstand strong winds and climate changes. Well, the good news is that the cotton strands can be banded together to form a stronger weave. And isn’t how each human couple is being tested in this aspect? How can both parties in a relationship make a commitment to desire, love and develop a true understanding for each other despite all circumstances and surroundings? To love is to bare one’s heart to the soul whom we have pledged ourselves to in any given relationship. If this is the case, can we afford to carry on a care-less attitude about how we speak with each other, how we acted out in the presence of our loved ones, and how we at times, withhold our affection because we feel vulnerable and afraid even though deep down, we really care?
Well, be like the cotton bloom. Each seed carries in itself the potential to be anchored onto a fertile ground and to eventually grow into a tree. Never underestimate softness as a sign of weakness. Some of you may have experienced that in order to cultivate stamina and increase faith within a relationship, one has to learn to be vulnerable at times. Then again, when it comes to love, does it really matter who is stronger or who gives more? If you are still wondering and attempting to balance the books, then perhaps what you’re experiencing is simply another illusion of how love may feel like when certain conditions are met. There goes again a wonderful opportunity to experience love at a human level 🙂
May you find the seed of everlasting love and gather enough strength to see it through its growth!
With much love and happiness to you,