Running? Or Living?

Have you filled your life with so much that it is difficult to be fully present, both with yourself and with those you love? Your presence allows you to feel connection, empathy, acceptance, and to be a safe person for others to come to with their feelings. The overabundance of busyness has resulted in, and perpetuates, separation.

It is not a race, Dear Ones, to see how much can be done in a day. There is a glorification of busyness that has happened in modern society which has resulted in people losing themselves in all the distractions. It is time to come back Home to yourselves.

Read more: Shelley Young

Habt ihr euer Leben so vielen Dingen vollgestopft, dass es schwierig ist, vollständig präsent zu sein, sowohl mit euch selbst als auch mit denen, die ihr liebt? Eure Präsenz erlaubt es euch, Verbindung, Empathie und Akzeptanz zu spüren und ein sicherer Mensch zu sein, zu dem Andere mit ihren Gefühlen kommen können. Das Übermaß an Geschäftigkeit hat zur Trennung geführt und erhält diese aufrecht.

Dies ist kein Rennen, ihr Lieben, bei dem ihr ausprobiert, wie viel an einem Tag geschafft werden kann. Es hat in der modernen Gesellschaft eine Verherrlichung der Geschäftigkeit stattgefunden, die dazu geführt hat, dass sich die Menschen in all den Ablenkungen selbst verlieren. Es ist an der Zeit, zu euch selbst nach Hause zurückzukehren.

Deutsch: Licht der Welten 


Photo by Sergei Gavrilov on Unsplash

4 thoughts on “Running? Or Living?

  1. This is so true. When I retired it was a major adjustment. I had filled my days so much and then suddenly had time. Of course, I found ways to fill my time now too, but it is different. They a more enjoyable things and there are no deadlines.

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    1. Yeah, no deadlines! That would be great. But for the retiring age it should be another way – not only a jump from hundred to zero; it should be gradual.

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    2. Part of it was figuring out those things I liked doing again. When I was working all the time, I sort of forgot about those things – not a good way to live 🙂

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  2. Yes, I think about that a lot, too. We should get off the hamster wheel a lot sooner, because tomorrow it might be to late doing things we like.

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