posted on Dec, 28 2011 @ 08:58 AM
A few months ago I thought back over my life and I tried to remember the most horrible things I went through and how they affected me permanently.
When all those things are said and done, dealt with and moved past, I am still alive, thankfully. I am still breathing, thinking, and I am still able
to experience the best parts of life (namely love and hope) and I get to share them with my family.
My mantra now, which sounds cheesy but if anyone who's on ATS is dead and can refute them then please do, is a simple and always true sentence. I
just say aloud or think it powerfully and with faith. It goes:
It's all going to be okay.
Has anyone on here NOT ended up surviving, healing from and moving past the most difficult times they've had in their lives? Anyone?
I know SOMEONE will answer they're never going to heal(recent breakup with first gf maybe?). I know this cause I have read all possible types of
replies on this site. But that person's reply will be a lie and nothing more. They ARE ok because the mantra is always true. People are going to
knock it as new age or religious(I really hope not), and that is their free agency in action. Those that are sponsored by that all-too-popular
Hatorade knowingly and consciously make a purposeful decision to try and make me feel bad because I say those words to myself. I know they are always
true, without fail. It hasn't proven false yet, so a perfect track record isn't a bad thing to go on.
I am still alive beyond odds I can't even calculate(8 verified by CT-SCANs embolic events ending in my pulmonary artery and I am without any
permanent damage...YOU do that math on just THOSE, nothing else I've lived through in 31 years) so I have complete and total faith in those words.
They have as much power as you give them and since you are still here to read this, why not give them as much power as you can?
I probably won't reply to many posts on here, though I read more than is probably healthy. #, reading anything in the conspiracies section alone, or
the secret societies page too is unhealthy at a minimum and potentially psychosis-inducing at the other end of the spectrum. I think the differences
in opinions and how they are worded towards each other are beyond interesting.
Those words work. I replied to the post of the intro where the OP stated "I love you." I returned their sentiment happily because after surviving
what I have and almost croaking a few months ago, I learned that love is the most powerful force in the universe. I choose to live to love, because I
tried living in most other ways, and this has brought the most sincere, pure and most rewarding happiness I have ever felt in my entire existence.
That is the light of the truth. EVERY good thing comes from love. If you wouldn't put love in the same room with an idea/notion/action/deed, then it
isn't born of love, and it is not intended to help, but to hurt, or to deceive. Love is the brightest of light and that shines true again and again.
Nothing but those born of love illumniate, and if it doesn't illuminate, it does nothing of worth whatsoever for anyone anywhere. It results in
unhappiness for everyone involved. If you think about it, aside from physical ailments and disabilities, operating your life in the dark by choosing
to not act in love over and over again will ONLY hurt you more than help you. Love is truth and if you don't strive for the truth, then what are you
really working towards?
It's all going to be okay.