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Living as Intended

Our intended life is meant to be lived in the present, but sometimes our unintended desires disrupt this. To be anchored in love is to be present for our intended life…

Sometimes it is difficult to know what is the most beneficial thing to do. I’m not talking about clearly recognizable things, sometimes it isn’t so clear as to what should be done. It’s especially difficult when it involves other people. I think for myself I need to learn to let go more and be more anchored in love. To me this is all part of the learning and letting go curve. It matters little what’s in the heart if what comes out of the mouth isn’t of love.

Our learning curve is not to be held onto in strict adherence, it’s more so used to stay open in the expanding of your view of love and not getting caught up in a self serving view. Love and tolerance have to be at the forefront when others are involved. It’s not always easy to understand where others are coming from so it’s better not to judge and deal with situations from a place of neutrality. This is so much easier said than done, but by practicing quietness it gets easier to decipher what the beneficial action is.

Although our journey may seem mundane at times, it’s only a self-serving mind that makes it this way. Life can never be mundane, only we make it so. Each moment of each day is new unto itself, and when it’s lived in the present it will be realized what a gift we have and the present is our life. It will be understood that what our learning curve affords us is not the mundane life of living in the past or future, but the ability to live in the present more and more and respond to life from a place of love instead of reacting to it from a self-serving mind. The more this is done, the less mundane life will be and the more it will be lived in harmony with all beings as intended…