As I stood outside today I found myself becoming aware of the relationships we are having in the Royal Society and the amazing gifts that Bryant and Jenni have been giving to us all. I don't think hard as some may think I do, I've been called a deep thinker but this doesn't resonate with me even though I get the intention behind it. Perhaps a deep ponderer works better, but it all comes from a state of intent to see reality clearer and so it's more meditative than anything. But back on topic, I stood out there and the idea came to me that no matter how generous people are to us and no matter how regular it is we must never begin to expect it in the sense that if they didn't do something generous we would become upset. No a gift is a gift, even if it is given every day. Life is the same way. Everyday we wake up to the gift of life and we need to remember that we need to be grateful for it for just because it is here every day does not make it any less a gift. We are not the one's waking ourselves up in the morning, that is something deeper, the gift giver is doing that, the same intelligence and glorious power that keeps our heart beating and keeps us breathing when we are not awake. That power is the one giving us life every day. The one that heals a dying body or feeds us the energy to go when we feel like giving up. We need this awareness. Gratitude is not just something we do because it makes life more fun, it would be something we always felt if we knew how much life is a gift. That being said, every time Bryant does something generous I am deeply grateful and never expect a thing from him. It is in his character to give and be generous but would I allow that to cause me to be ungrateful? No. Every gift is a gift and gratitude is the only appropriate response. He owes me nothing, just like life owes all of us nothing. And yet it is the very nature of life to give. Will we be grateful?
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