https://youreverydayaphorism.files.wordpress.com/2018/07/life-is-a-path.m4a Podcast – The path of life Written by B. Subscribe on iTunes here Share this:FacebookTwitterPinterestMoreLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... 14 thoughts on “Podcast – The path of life” Thank you… LikeLiked by 1 person Reply Thank you, Ivor! 😀 LikeLike Reply Oddly, since the crash happened, I found my way out of a labyrinth. My labyrinth, one riddled with drug addiction, collapsed in the crash. Afterward, even after the amputation of my arm, I knew that God saved me by that and got me out of that labyrinth. Now, I suppose it is strictly my decision whether I stay out or not. But thanks for this, and all your pod casts. They’re a nice surprise when they pop up in my email. 🙂 LikeLiked by 2 people Reply Actually, I think that traumas and particularly hard experiences are what make us grow more and faster (sometimes it happens just in a “snap”). it’s kind of those things switch a button inside us that makes us see things in a completely (I was about to say “different”, but it’s not the best word to descrie that) “unseen” way. And that’s when we open our eyes, the eyes of our soul, to a reality that changes because we changed inside. Thank you so much for sharing your insight, and enriching this dialogue! 😀 LikeLiked by 1 person Reply 🙂 No problem. Yeah, I think you’re right. I’ve since come to the realization that it wasn’t God’s or my path that led me down that road. But the dark forces of the universe. They’d deceived me into many brands of just flat-out lies about what I was doing and who I was. I really never believed in hell or dark forces or any of it. Until now. LikeLiked by 1 person Reply Agreed! As far as we indulge in darkness we feed and attract dark energy and make these forces stronger. The stronger they get the bigger the hold they have on us. It’s good to hear that you have started your journey “up”, and yes, it’s a daily basis battle not to fall into that darkness anymore… LikeLiked by 1 person Reply I agree completely! I honestly believe if God hadn’t taken my arm, I’d be right back out doing the same stuff. I know me! lol…. Sadly, that’s what it took, but I couldn’t be more content with my path now. I believe it says in one “good” book, “If your hand makes you sin, cut it off.” Hard lessons but for a greater purpose. God let me live for some purpose, I’m positive! 😉 LikeLiked by 1 person I am wondering… did you read “why me why this why now” by Robin Norwood? It has a lot to do about the reason why certain things happen to us at some specific points of our life… And, yes, stay positive! 🤗 LikeLiked by 1 person I have not. But I definitely will now. Thanks for the recommendation. Yeah, really, my only fight to stay positive is the fighting of boredom lol. I have no car, no license, but if I did have either, there’d be that looming temptation to get back into the lifestyle I was living. This crash and its effects really opened my eyes, for sure, to my own potential. I’m thinking now about going back to school to finish my associate’s degree in drafting and, of course, continuing to write. I’m even putting out two works in self-publication on Amazon this weekend. One short stories book and my first in a series of detective novellas. So, things are looking up most definitely! If not for this crash, I’d have never gotten around to self-publication. LikeLiked by 1 person This opens a very interesting topic: boredom. I think that boredome is a total internal state. One can live in the most lively and lovely place, have absolutely everything at hand, and eeltotally disconnected and bored. And, viceversa, if your mind is at peace, you find beauty and serenity even all alone in a small room… just listening music or watching an old movie… Yes, this experience has certainly opened a new “channel” inside yourself and tuned you more into your inner Self and enhanced your expression capacities… keep going like this! LikeLiked by 1 person I agree with you! And thank you! A vote of confidence for sure. 🙂 It’s not a necessarily difficult fight lol…but sometimes there’s just nothing to do. I sometimes, because of the crash, have bouts of just straight-up tiredness. I find myself wanting to keep going and doing, but have to just rest. But I am still somewhat healing so…it’s not a total loss to nap lol. LikeLiked by 2 people 😄 Tiredness is also a way for the body to tell your mind to take a pause and “nap”… LikeLiked by 1 person Agreed! Pause my life and take inventory! Figure out what the heck is really going on lol,.. 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