“As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.” -Marianne Williamson
I am sitting here wondering where you are at this moment in time. Are you hard at work, meeting with countless amounts of people? Or are you sitting back, relaxing on vacation, dreading having to return to work in the near future? Well, wherever you are, I would like to remind you that there are quite a few people in need of your presence. I feel like me and you tend to meet up quite frequently, but wonder why you don’t arrange visits with other people deserving of your company. I hope you know that your presence is requested, and although you may not want to, I would recommend that you come back to work as soon as possible.
Someone pissed off at the system
Pardon the bitter post, but it had to happen sometime. With that being said, in life there are going to be plenty of times in which people will get away with terrible actions and misdoings, and we are the ones left feeling as though the system is unjust and that the world is cruel. No matter how unfair things may seem, we need to realize that in most situations, there is nothing that we can do. Sometimes it is best for us to step back and let nature take its course. I am a firm believer in karma and like to think that people who commit bad acts will have negative karma, whereas those who do good for others will have good karma. In lieu of recent events, I will be the first one to tell you that I wish I had the power to make people pay for their crimes, but since I can’t, I guess I’ll just be taking it easy and worrying about myself, hoping karma will strike down soon.