Thursday, August 21, 2008

Life is like the Ocean

I stood on Folly beach this morning watching the ocean churn with fury as the outer bands of Tropical Storm Fay attacks the coastline. The water is angry, fierce and powerful; yet people are trying to empower themselves by riding the waves of fury.

The analogy of the title reminds us that when the churning waves of emotion enter our lives, we must stand up and empower ourselves by riding out those waves, successfully kicking its a**. When we do this, we become more than the sum of our parts. We are stepping closer to our oneness with our creator.

As the rain falls and the wind blows, I know that all is in perfect divine order. The earth is being cleansed of debris and negativity. This is the way Mother Nature works.

Let's learn an important lesson from her... When life begins to drag us under, we must empower ourselves with her strength and ever-giving love to fiercely remove all the debris and negativity. We can then create our worlds in the divine light and be the best we were sent here to be.

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