We have taken a slight break and not had a web cast last week end. I was out of town for 4 days anyway. So that was a good thing. My focus was to keep up all the assignment’s and my promise to myself. But I had several conflicts to figure out.
When I was in Pittsburgh with a Friend that we’ve not seen for a year and my Wonderful wife Raphaela. Was I supposed to breakaway and complete the reading? That is my promise. I also have the statement in my DMP – “I am with my family with a Loving manner. I slow down and listen to family and Friends.”
The decision to Love my Family and Friends won. I did my best and did complete 2 of the 3 readings. Reflecting on the days and the outcome. Gave me several lessons. The best was a plan and desire should be firm, clear and steadfast, and the priority in life should be Love.
We all went to Lily’s church and were welcomed there. I had no Fear, that day and the Love within me took over. It seemed like we were there all day, yet spent a little over an Hour. What’s new is that I was present for every second except when the Pastor asked us to greet some of our neighbors. I didn’t hear it that way.
Lily sternly said “Robert” as I was mingling around saying Good Morning and shaking everyone’s hand. I looked up and the Pastor was waiting for just me to sit down. I met the most incredible couple that morning and thanked them for coming. As we left I received the most precious and wonderful compliment form Lily. I said Thank You, but stayed quiet.
What is happening to me was what I thought. My focus is on the moment and being present and not thinking of other things. The Joy was a complete overwhelming experience. I’ve still have that. I was able to see, and feel exactly the path and journey that I chose has manifested what I most desired. Yet I was not quite catching up to that fact.
I am growing at a speed that I don’t even recognize me anymore. I don’t have a comfort zone, because every inch of ground I’m on is new and so exciting that it took my Wonderful Raphaela and our Friend Lily to show me that.
I sit and tears of Joy blur my vision, as I write, and I no longer fret that, I’ve learned to embrace my emotions also, completely.