Am I Wrong?
March 4, 2018
Of course! That’s how some others feel. Dancing between truth and lies, or good habits and bad habits makes you right and wrong. Life is not a baseball game where you get one out of 3 or 4 right for a hit. It’s not too late to correct your slovenliness before someone up there turns out the lights. The lower always controls the higher! Being wrong is an opportunity to learn a better way.
Going to work on Wall St. with my $100 shirt and $50 dollar tie, passing people of all types including those that were worth millions, it was hard not to see who seemed to controll Manhattan in New Your City, until the garbagemen went on strike and garbage lined the streets coloring the smells of the perfume or cologne worn by the passersby. Was I wrong about who controls the city?
I love you, I love you! One day it’s the disappearance of contact with the ‘I love you’ partner, or maybe you’re stuck with verbal ‘I love you’s’ comparable to ‘have a nice day’. It’s ok to be ‘wrong’ but maybe what you were wrong about was in reality a misperception, or you made your choice wrong by wrong decisions. Forget what hurt you but never forget what you learned from it. Life is like riding a bicycle, in order to keep your balance you must keep moving.
What about love? Love that’s beyond, ‘have a nice day’ is the real truth to live in. Can’t seem to beg, borrow, or steal the feeling of love? By simply walking your talk and positive thoughts, you are leading others. By simply being loving and caring from your heart, you are helping others open their own hearts. Sharing is caring. The difference lies in the energy behind the words, not in the words themselves.
Practice listening to yourself. Be mindful of your own thoughts and feelings. They indicate how you perceive your life. They also tell you some valuable information about your belief system in general. Let them guide you and be your friends. Emotions, thoughts and feelings are a natural part of you. Acknowledge them as your friends. Let them speak and listen. Wrong is being out of balance and/or insensitive to what is the best alternative.
You can ignore reality, but you can’t ignore the consequences of reality. What’s hidden in plain sight can be missed by not living in awareness entailing survival instincts moment to moment. Never stop trying to know the unknowable. Experts say we lie an average of 10 times a day.Stop being wrong about who you really are, and being that genuine person walking through life. This isn’t a fictional movie, it’s your time to make it a movie of truth. Truth is in the genuineness of love. It’s not a wrong path to find elusive love by using deep meditation.