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COVID19, Selfishness, find hope!

Doing everything in my power to get back and get right with my vibes; it isn’t easy when there are so many issues going on in this world right now. There are so many things to rant about; I am human. I love and I hate somethings; specifically selfishness, deceit, and inconsiderate people.

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What a person sacrifices for whatever reason is different for each person. However, you can always see what really is important to some if you just pay attention.

If you feel your child doesn’t sacrifice for the sake of others; try to teach them how by example; allow them to watch YOU sacrifice for the better cause.

I think there are a lot of us who put up with a lot of lies, toxins in others that we don’t necessarily accept but we do, because we know we are all flawed. Some of us learn at a very young age, just to ignore it because we learned early to that by putting up with family that we don’t necessarily agree with. We often find ourselves sacrificing our own sanity and peace overlooking other peoples selfish ways that specifically the manipulative souls easily disguise. How can “they” be selfish they are so giving, kind, they put up a perfect front how they “did that”, “did this”, or “will do this” or “that” for just about anyone they want to win over.

The truth is everyone is not your friend; I mean in a perfect world we can imagine that to be true; the truth is people are not all good, and birds of a feather will definitely flock together. Which can look very scary at times, because once upon a time I flew a short distance with “her;” I only hope that people realize I bought your game for a short while like many will. Sadly, it doesn’t end here; you will go on doing what you do, and people will believe you for a while and history will repeat itself.

I do not like everybody, everybody doesn’t treat me or my loved ones right; and I won’t pretend I do. If you feel I like you, I do; believe me, you would know the difference; I won’t -pretend that either.

With time, you will see certain people ways unfold right in front of your very eyes; and you may feel sorry for them at first; realizing how sadly delusional they are; but then you get upset when they keep gaming their game instead of learning from it. If anything I think one of the greatest signs of loyalty is, if I have a problem with something my friends do too! (Thank you Dana) If you can’t give me that, I won’t give you that either… because you are not my friend; and do not tell people you are. If there is anything being at home is teaching me; is how much toxic is out there. It is up to us if we let it in.

I worry every day about both Marisa (my daughter) and Rico (life partner)~ they both have essentials jobs in the food/grocery industry and with COVID19 everyone is scared and worried. I am proud of them too; today he told me he feels like a sacrificial lamb LOL, and my daughter has anxiety wondering what she is being exposed to as well. I think what makes it hard is when we spend our day worrying about them; then we have to see other people not taking it seriously as if social distancing is some kind of joke; or something above them; that only they are not required to follow. The truth is a lot of us are not use to being at home. There are probably a bunch of people who don’t even like the people that live in their home. Then there are those who don’t even have a home. I’m grateful for my home; I am blessed the people in my home make my home worthy. I think the best thing we can do is concentrate on what home is supposed to be and feel grateful we have one.

Home should be where the heart is… and if it isn’t then we should all as individuals look at what part we each play in not making this a reality. We aren’t perfect, and we may do things that get on each other’s nerves; I know I am guilty of playing loud music a lot most of the day and night; my son is a gamer and sounds like he has a war going on in his room; Miley stomps about with attitude at times, and Rico is off the chain, but I wouldn’t change it for the world; the things are house is made of is my life. If we can all just learn to be more accepting of others differences, in character, and in understanding I think that would help everyone’s homes.

Numbers 21:4 The Bronze Snake

They traveled from Mount Hor along the route to the Red Sea,[a] to go around Edom. But the people grew impatient on the way; they spoke against God and against Moses, and said, “Why have you brought us up out of Egypt to die in the wilderness? There is no bread! There is no water! And we detest this miserable food!”

Then the Lord sent venomous snakes among them; they bit the people and many Israelites died. The people came to Moses and said, “We sinned when we spoke against the Lord and against you. Pray that the Lord will take the snakes away from us.” So Moses prayed for the people.

The Lord said to Moses, “Make a snake and put it up on a pole; anyone who is bitten can look at it and live.” So Moses made a bronze snake and put it up on a pole. Then when anyone was bitten by a snake and looked at the bronze snake, they lived.

Let me give you my cry oh Lord today; all my hurts, pains, and hate I hold in my heart. I will take this time; to rebuild all the while keeping in my heart your glory. I think what is really easy is while rebuilding we seem to only think about the part we play, and what we are doing; failing to realize there are other players who often are working behind the so-called scene in allowing others to create possibilities that are so often ignored. Life is not always about us sometimes the picture is a lot bigger but we can add to the mix in a perfect way…

If you can’t do what you do
Do what you can
Bon Jovi

Next blog always in work….

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