All I’m saying is simply this, that all life is interrelated, that somehow we’re caught in an inescapable network of mutuality tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly. For some strange reason, I can never be what I ought to be until you are what you ought to be. You can never be what you ought to be until I am what I ought to be. This is the interrelated structure of reality.— Dr. Martin Luther King
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Our Hearts are full. We love. We are kind. We are compassionate. We realize that our thoughts and actions are reciprocal, and maybe because of this, we realize that we are obligated by our shared interest in our individually perfect lives, that we inadvertently created our perfect world. We have become better than we thought we could be.
Just a thought I hope to have in the near future… in honor of Dr. MLK
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My mother told me that my father had wanted to be a sports writer, which I believe he would have been really good at. He was enrolled at a University and told this to his journalism professor. The professor thinking it or he was unworthy discourage him, and my father took what he said to heart, and promptly withdrew not only from the class but from school. He believed that if he could not do what he wanted to do, why continue.
So how do we know if people are giving us true criticism or advise (like some people need on American Idol) versus a naysayer, someone who just wants to kill our dreams for whatever reason. Is it because they could not do it, or because they don’t think it can be done…and do we listen to them for the same reasons? Regardless of why, I believe that it only matters what we believe. We have to take our own inventory. If we can’t carry a tune, then no, we are not going to be professional singers. We also need to take note that people with an extraordinary talent to sing, do not make it to the professional level, and sometimes people with less talent or someone who does not fit the perfect mold of being a star, succeed. Have you ever noticed that the people that do make it seem a little different. It is as if the song, the music, the voice, or talent is coming from a different place. It’s as if it’s coming from their soul and who they are. They radiate an authentic self and you feel it, and that is what makes them special.
Think of Susan Boyle…,I do not believe that she was thinking of fame or fortune when she stepped onto the stage. She had a dream and just did what she had to do. What she had been practicing to do for years. Her song came from deep within and seem to pour out of her heart, soul, and every pour in her body. It affected billions, and shocked all that had predetermined that she had no talent. That is the difference! That is what you need to know! What is it that you feel like you have to do? What is in your heart and soul? Then start taking the steps to get there-have faith!
Just a thought!
Having a perfect life in a perfect world…