“The Life We Take For Granted, Let’s meditate On It!”

After my wife and I got home last night from hanging out with our best friends and getting a bite to eat, I sat down on the couch to watch a little television and relax before going to bed. Flipping through the channels I stumbled on a news station showing a video of all the Syrian refugees crossing over the boarders of several different countries, some being beaten down by military police, local police or both. Looking at the thousands and thousands of people seeking asylum and a better, more peaceful life was staggering and it seriously made me question those things in my life that I take for granted. Women carrying babies, fathers helping children to move quickly trying to prevent them from falling and getting trampled upon, elderly men and women moving as fast as they can for a taste of freedom and peace were only a small fraction of refugees shown before the video ended.

As I watched the video, I thought about the kind of day I had and how different it was from the day these poor people were having. I woke up in a comfortable bed, had coffee and breakfast, took a shower, got dressed, hopped into my car, went to the grocery store and did many other things all without having to worry about getting beaten, bombed or tortured. The refugees didn’t have the same kind of day, did they? Look, I know that we don’t live in a perfect country and it’s filled with corruption, greed, satanism, pedophilia and many other assorted, disturbing, attributes, but for the most part “The People” are decent, hardworking, caring and loving, who just want to live their lives in peace and equality. And whether or not you want to admit or believe it, it’s also no secret that we (the U. S.) along with other countries had a big hand in helping to cause the refugee crisis over in Syria and now the whole situation is so far out of control that it makes me wonder if the forces of good and evil are setting the stage for an event sure to change the world forever? I’m also not ignorant to the fact that mixed in with those refugees are some pretty psychotic, arrogant, dangerous, terrorist’s, but there really is no way of knowing who they might be and that scares the tar out of me. We all know what they’re capable of, don’t we? What’s the solution, how do you separate the good from the bad?

Something huge is going on in the world, I don’t think we’re all blind to it, but I do think a large portion of the population is either to scared to admit it or can’t accept the truth that’s staring them in the face.That’s O K, trust me, I sincerely know how difficult change is especially when the possibility exists that the change will be painful and unpleasant. However, just take a moment and think about your own live’s. What kind of day did you have yesterday?Did something minor happen or maybe even something great? Did you go hungry or not have a place to sleep or call home? Did you freely drive around in your car going from place to place, maybe you went out to lunch? Now compare the day, week or month that you’ve had to that of the “Syrian refugees.”  No longer will I take anything in my life for granted and I sincerely am grateful and thankful for all that I have, how about you?

Today at 1 pm EST, a worldwide meditation is taking place in an attempt to ease the tension between pretty much every country in the world and we need your help. We need so much healing energy sent over to Europe and even more volunteers to join in and meditate with us. For more information about the meditation, please go here;



I hope that you can take ten minutes out of your day today and help us heal the world. Blessings to all of you. May you always be surrounded with peace, light and love.

Please check out my other website at; www.iamperfectlychangedandawesome.com



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