10665028_Freedom is the oxygen of the soul. Moshe Dayan

You have freedom.  Freedom in thought, feeling and deed.  This is YOUR LIFE!  Sometimes I think we are our own prison guards as I mentioned in yesterday’s post Free-Your-Mind.  You hold the key, but many times, we don’t realize that we are the prisoner and the warden of our own minds.

But now that you read that statement, you can never go back to not knowing how much power you have in your life.  After all, dearest one, This Is Your Life to create what you want with it.

I awoke this morning and looked out of my back window into the yard ~ my morning ritual.  I check our small koi pond to make sure that the waterfall is moving the water and that all is well.  And it hit me this morning how beautiful the world truly is.

So this week as you go about your duties and life, please note the feeling of gratitude for all the small and big gifts in your life, be they people, places or feelings.  Shine your magnificent soul onto everyone you meet.  Relish the connections you make with all that encompasses your life.  You are free to choose, free to dance, free to love and free to think!  Use your freedom for its loving purpose ~ to make a positive loving impact on the world around you!

You hold the power.  You have the freedom.  You are loving and you are loved.

Shine On!


22 thoughts on “Freedom

  1. “please note the feeling of gratitude for all the small and big gifts in your life, be they people, places or feelings”. GRATITUDE, one one the most important word we must think about, and meditate, this past few days I can measure its depth… day after day, little by little you build a “bible” of positives vibes, I really think you should write a book, or an ebook – oh! it”s something you could do with Lorrie…
    thank you! take care!

  2. I’m so happy to comment here after two of my favorite people!!!! You are SHINING!!! I live this post…so full of light , love, possibility!!!! Thank you for touching my heart ❤

  3. Lovely reflections. This post reminds me of Ilie Cioara. Are you familiar with his story? He didn’t gain his wisdom through monastic life or a study of holy books. He was forced to hide away in an attic for a very long time to avoid persecution, and there found not imprisonment, but enlightenment. Silence of the Mind.

  4. What you say is oh so true. I once was told that depression and gratitude cannot co-exist. I believe that living in gratitude is the road to happiness.

  5. What a joy to came across your blog tonight…
    I loved your post over here… Really inspiring and… such a meaningful message on it.
    Thanks for sharing. Best wishes, Aquileana 😀

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