How many teenagers blame their mother, father, and even God for their life and everything that happens to them?
I will be very honest, I was one of those teenagers.
After first watching the movie "The Secret", I realized that blaming my life situations was keeping me from living my true purpose. The choices we make lead us to our path....if we make bad choices we will be faced with tough, rough roads...but if we choose good than we will be in smooth, safe paths.
Since becoming spiritually awaken and truly living life in a state of gratitude, I have learn that every lesson is meant for learning, for growth, to guide you into your path towards your life purpose. NO ONE is responsible for the choices you have made but YOU. Parents - you should not blame yourself for your children decision. When we begin to take responsibility for your choices, a shift will occur.
On Mother's Day, I was able to share my thoughts with my mother. I explained to my mom, I was the one that made decision in my life. She was not to blame. Just as I have let go and let God handle some situations that I have no control of.....she too had to allow God to take control of the rest.
I love my parents with all my heart! I am thankful for a mother that has been faithful and has shown us her strength!
Why do people choose to enter a life that is filled with
pain and torment?
......it can be extremely difficult to understand why horrible things happen to you and even more disconcerting to think you chose for it to happen! This is why I feel it is so important to remember where we came from. When you remember that this life is temporary and that your goal is growth, it can make even the most horrible conditions bearable. Just look at Nelson Mandela. With all that he suffered, to come out of that experience with his spirit intact, and able to make a profound difference in the lives of his people, you can see how even severe adversity may be required in order to make an impact on our planet.
When you choose your parents and your life situation you are giving yourself an opportunity. What you do with that opportunity is entirely up to you. Don’t waste any of the life you’ve chosen. Learn from every experience.
I love this from Erin Pavlina's Blog post
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