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Horses come and go – slow and fast. Just like life we can live in the slow lane if we choose or we can gallop very fast. The choice is down to us. No one has the right to impose feelings of speed upon us because we have our own clock. We have our own choice, our own ability to do what we feel is right for us. Time is different for everybody. No two people have exactly the same amount of time on the earth plane. And it is partly for that reason that some people decide to live more in the fast line, to cram as much as they can in, because inwardly they realise that they do not have as long on this planet. Whereas some other people who live life at a far more slow pace inwardly know they can do so as they have longer. And whether that is a conscious choice or not it is their choice. There is no wrong and there is no right. We all have the ability to make the decision that is right for us and we need to listen to our bodies because our bodies tell us what we need to know.
Each and every day we make decisions and we look inwardly and decide if those decisions are right for us. Sometimes we know that they are not right for us but we do it anyway. Whether that is for financial gain, or to keep other people happy or for any other reason and it really does not matter. But what I am asking you to think about and consider is what is right for you because you are responsible for your life. Nobody else has responsibility for your life so it is down to you what you do, the decisions that you make, the choices that you make are all your responsibility and all too often it is easy for people to hand over their responsibility for their decisions to other people and to apportion blame even. But that really isn’t what is needed in this world.
We all have to take responsibility for our choices, for our actions and only by taking responsibility for our actions will we be able to make better choices collectively. Because collectively we know the world needs everybody to pull together, to look at the causes of the issues and to look at what is needed for our world to become a better place. And for our world to become a better place each and every person has to take their sense of responsibility seriously and by doing that, collectively, each village, each town, each city is able to make differences and when cities make differences countries make differences and when countries make differences the whole world can become a much different and better place to live. Just like grains of sand one grain of sand on its own cannot make a beach but collectively they can make a beach.
So I’m asking you now to consider your life, your actions, your consequences and most importantly your responsibilities to yourself. Do you accept responsibilities for the decisions you’ve made, the actions you have carried out or do you try to pass the blame to someone else, abstaining from your responsibility at any given cost? And as you contemplate your actions, your feelings, your behaviours with regard to responsibility maybe you can think about the entire world and what you would like to do – what responsibilities you would like to contribute towards to help our world become a better and much brighter place.
Love and Light
(Channelled on 4th July 2020)