Bridging my Life

Another bridge to my life in Madison, Connecticut from my Hell in Farmington, Connecticut:

 

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A bridge gets you from Point A to Point B.

My first grade teacher’s name was Mrs. Newton. As a senior in high school, my English teacher’s name was:
Ms. Newton.  My first grade teacher’s daughter.

 

I can look back now and clearly see the connection. Does anyone else think that SIMPLY is TOO odd an event to think it was NOT part of a clear plan, as in yet another example of predestination working in my life?  I understand that some of you may be thinking:
Yeah, well because you are steeped in this paradigm, because you believe these things happen, you will look for and see these events that occur and believe they are what they are according to your point of view.

 

That may be true.  However, doesn’t that prove my point?  I’ve written here at Wisdom and Life previously, that everything is a choice.  If I choose to see something in a certain way, then that becomes my reality.  Because I choose to see this connection between my life in Farmington and my life in Madison as a direct path, that makes it so in my reality.  If after reading this column some of you also see the connection then I’ve done my job.  There is definitely something or someone somewhere pulling our strings, manipulating our lives, putting us in situations to improve us, to help us grow, to develop our etheric bodies, our souls.  I see this every day.  The fact that I experienced pain, challenges, storms during that brief time I lived in Farmington, Connecticut helped me become the person I am today.

 

I can look back now and understand the reason, the deeper meaning behind that turbulent time in my life because I see the reward:
I see the fact that I have a home that I wouldn’t have had otherwise.
–I see that I wouldn’t have the friends I have now.
–I see the bridge that my first grade teacher built to get me to my 12th grade teacher.

 

That bridge is just a message telling me that I crossed to safety; reminding me that if we look for messages, if we CHOOSE to see the events in our lives as connections, as messages from the Divine then we will always live in joy. Nothing will dampen our enthusiasm for life as long as we look for bridges, as long as we see the connections that make up our lives.

 

PLEASE see everything as a message!
PLEASE see all the connections around you!

 

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.

Chris

 

Once you realize that life is eternal,
That our souls our eternal,
That we return to light and physical over and over;

 

We then lose all our distress
We then lose all our fear of dying.  For there truly is no end.

 

 

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