You have done well. Namaste for the light you shared just coaxed forth my own inner flame. Blessings, Grace. As I read these words I know they are true and real. I know I will and we all will and I have gotten lost many times. It is easy to do. I appreciate being found today at this moment. I see where I need to go, glad to have others going with me. Thanks for this. Over the years I have battled low self esteem and feelings of inadequacy. I have been blessed with an awesome life. I have three super kids who love me and their Dad. I have a shelter, food and friends.
I have more than enough- and I am so thankful. Lynne thanks so much for sharing your story with us. BUT that fear does not have to define us. We can choose to meet it with love and understanding and compassion …and simply come back to the wholeness and aliveness in us that is deeper and more essential than the mind. Above all just love love love — yourself, the world, eachother.
We can worry so much about getting love and forget that we already are it and our time here is well spent pouring it forth into this hungry world. Wishing you so well :. Marcia, Vicki — I concur!
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Thanks Melli for the beautiful way you share your stardust with us. Only after a fierce battle with my health did I allow myself to be me. Really see the me I missed and wanted to get to know again. I have never been happier. With grace and gratitude. I needed to read this today…and tomorrow and everyday that I live with the fear that I am coming up less than. Thank you Melli. It is so true. The true nature is that beneath all the habits that at one time could have been necessary, but not anymore. We can thank them give them space and allow the to be and see their passing. May we recognize our true selfs May we be kind, Joy and compassionate in the midst of the unfolding.
This was a very powerful message.
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Yes give no matter what because what you give will truly come back to you. We all have two choices. Either we. An be kind or cruel. Yes Cathy, and the beauty of it is that when we give the best of who we are we are the ones who bathe in the beauty of bathing in what is feels like — to be kind, to be courageous, to be generous and passionate. We are the ones who are filled beyond measure and overflow out. I love how the universe has these sweet paradoxes to keep things interesting. The more selfless we are the more love we feel. The more kind we are the more surrounded by the love and compassion of others we tend to become….
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Thank you. Hi Clare, I just wanted to say thank you for taking the time to send these words of kindness and encouragement. Wishing you so well honey. This is what I also am seeking to secure thankyou for explaining it clearly Wendy. Bath uk. Love your perspective Melli and your reminders about who we truly are.
He writes a lot about the true self vs. Thank you for the quote from Emily McDowell — it beautifully elucidates the true self! Thanks Beverly. I love it. Sounds like very rich work your doing. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. What happened?
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Enjoy healthy food and learn valuable skills that will last a life time. And then be attentive to the fact that… You are right here, whole, and complete, connected to it all. Life is right here, blazing before you, dazzlingly alive, radiant, mysterious. As many times as you forget, just keep returning. Simple, simple. And may I propose a change of focus from here? Instead of trying to get to yourself, give yourself. Give to the world the best of who you are in that moment, in each day, every day. Keep returning to who you are when you get lost. Keep sharing who you are. And you will feel deeply found… and so alive.
Peter Mulraney on April 29, at pm. Thanks for the reminder, Melli. Love the way you expressed this. So spot on and well, just made me feel so darn good! Heleen on January 18, at pm. Thank you for writing so beautifull, so true and so Clear! Mikey on January 16, at pm. Linda on January 16, at am. Martha on January 16, at am. Again, amen! Love it! Thank you very much. Grace on January 16, at am.
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