Posted in Being Yourself, Control Over Your Life, Emotional Wellbeing, Letting Go, Life is a Game, Negativity, Overcoming Obstacles, Transforming Pain, Wisdom, tagged donnalynn civello, donnalynn civello blog, ethereal wellness, ethereal wellness blog, it all comes out in the wash, rebalancing the scales, things happen for a reason on March 5, 2013 |
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… looking better than it ever did!
Life doesn’t always seem fair. It doesn’t always seem just. But I will tell you this…. it is always divine.
There is always a plan in place that you might not realize.
We never really understand why things happen the way they happen. Never judge an event as being “unfair” to you because you never know exactly why it is happening. We rarely see the bigger picture in place. It may feel as if you continually lose battles, but you may indeed be on the path to winning the war.
Never judge a book by its cover, they say. The secret is to always to do YOUR best and not try to compete with others whose practices might seem dubious at best. Everyone’s efforts will yield the results they sow however long it takes to get there. People can only hide who they are and what they have been doing for so long, the universe ultimately catches up with each and every one of us and makes us accountable for all our actions.
So instead of getting upset the next time “your promotion and raise” goes to someone whom you feel is not as worthy, remind yourself that there is always something there that you do not realize about the situation. Life has an uncanny way of rebalancing the scales and they always get rebalanced when the time is right.
Everything always comes out in the wash. It has to. When you come clean, there is nowhere to hide. Trust your path. Trust that the efforts you put out will always be rewarded. Even if it seems in the short term that you are being “punished.” Trust that your path is divine and that your rewards are just around the corner. No good deed ever goes unrewarded. That is just the way life works.
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Posted in Being Yourself, Communication, Consciousness, Control Over Your Life, Emotional Wellbeing, Negativity, Self-expressionism, Self-Love, Taking Chances, tagged bitterness, donnalynn civello, donnalynn civello blog, envy, ethereal wellness, ethereal wellness blog, frustration, jadeness, Negativity, never sensor yourself, repression, resentment, sarcasm, say what you need to say, self-expressionism, truth on June 19, 2012 |
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… it is always there.
Don’t kid yourself, there is ALWAYS an element of truth behind every sarcastic remark. Every biting comment has a reason for being.
No doubt, people who are sarcastic are very entertaining. They have a way of saying things that others cannot say. But are they truly representing themselves or are they hiding behind their words?
In life, self-expressionism is key – the ability to speak your mind freely and willingly is what keeps you alive and thriving. But many people are too frightened to say what they need to say for fear of being judged, persecuted or fear of being vulnerable. Never censor yourself. If people do not like you for who you are and what you have to say, then they are not worth it. Never try to be something you are not.
Sarcastic individuals hide behind their humor and delivery. There is a sense of acceptance when they give a sarcastic remark that might not otherwise be tolerated. It is sort of a back-handed way of getting your point across. The problem with sarcasm is not just that it is a deep-seated example of passive aggressiveness and repression but it is also contains an extremely heavy and negative energy which breeds more of the same. Sarcasm carries many elements of jadedness, bitterness, anger, frustration, resentment, etc… It is not a freeing style of communication. This negativity is binding to the person who harbors it and also becomes toxic to those who engage it.
The truth behind sarcasm is that there is ALWAYS truth in every sarcastic comment. When we learn to allow ourselves to truly be who we are, we no longer need to hide behind a shroud of biting humor. That type of humor no longer becomes necessary to get our point across. When we let go of our fear of being judged and open up to being more vulnerable, our communication softens and our humor becomes less acidic/edgy and more engaging and inspiring. What’s your truth?
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