Quote of the Day – October 20 2012

“If I can see pain in your eyes then share with me your tears. If I can see joy in your eyes then share with me your smile.”
― Santosh Kalwar

 

I have so much to be grateful to the universe for. One of the biggest is that if I sense someone truly in pain around me, I will stop and listen and help if I can. I have worked hard to take as my creed the idea that “shared pain is lessened, shared joy increased”. At times, when friends on FB contact me or call me with problems, I find myself impatient but then quite often I feel the sheer need to connect that is there and I force myself.  I don’t feel this is an ego thing as much as a way I’ve been given to serve and I am thankful for it.  Of course I love the other half of the equation as well. I love to laugh, joke and share humour and it is expanded. It makes me hope that no matter what I share, pain, joy or both that I am authentic when I do so.
Blessings, G

 

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6 thoughts on “Quote of the Day – October 20 2012”

  1. Namaste G,

    Sharing ourselves with others in all aspects of our journey brings wisdom within our own soul purpose. We lend a listening ear and listening is just about listening – that is all. When other souls need an ‘outlet’ to vent, or just to let out their despair or troubles, the process of allowing them the outlet to ‘release’ just by listening is an act of kindness, gentility and compassion.

    Serving as an ‘outlet’ for others doesn’t mean that we’ve to ‘react’ or try to help them ‘solve’ their issues … we can/could if only we are being asked or consulted. Otherwise, just by being who you are.. being there as an ‘outlet’ is already a gift of compassion.

    You’re a gentle soul, G.

    Never ever doubt nor underestimate your capacity and ability to co-create a better world.

    Much love and blessings,
    Agnes

    1. Thank you…and the pain and the joy are all lessons, all weather and there are ways to enjoy not only whatever comes but the process as well

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