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I’m thankful with Thanksgiving because I still live in “God’s country” a beautiful natural world that was exquisitely designed for our enjoyment!

I’m grateful to be alive at this exact time in history, in an unpolluted northern countryside, in the ease of 21st-century modern conveniences and privilege. BUT IF we don’t stop the greed from the use of fossil fuels, if global warming goes beyond the 1.5C temperature increase, humanity will destroy the last areas of beauty on our planet in this generation.

Enjoy it now.  And protect it from corporate greed…

UN Claims Immediate Changes needed to Limit Impact of Global Warming

-----------------My Heart-Thoughts to You-----------------

"In my beautiful homeland of Canada, I have been most privileged to see a river run so thick with salmon I could have walked across the blue-green and red, underwater carpet of churning movement. I have heard wolf packs serenading each other in scales of wild harmony, echoing from one end of a meadow to the other. I have trampled wildflowers glistening in the morning dew. When each of us has a chance to connect with nature and let its loveliness, colors, patterns, life force, rhythms, and reason enlighten our minds, we witness the work of a very passionate designer. The question is, how do we fit into this earthly garden of design—and why are we in the garden?
The Celestial Proposal, Chapter 1, A Design for the Human Species, pg.12-13. Review the book on Amazon

 Replenish the earth! Don’t let them rape it…

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And God said, "Let us make man in our image, after our likeness..."

And God blessed them, and God said unto them, "Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth...  I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree... yielding seed."

And God saw everything that he had made and, behold, it was very good.
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If we’re not behind our own steering wheel on the road of life, is it any wonder we don’t enjoy the journey?

I spent many years coaching teenagers in life skills. They were in transition from being children to becoming young adults, and their biggest hurdle was accepting accountability for their actions.

Many of them had very desperate childhoods. Learning to become personally responsible for their lives regardless of the past was often a terrific struggle. Invariably they blamed their teachers, their parents, and anyone in authority for the situations they were in. One student stated the epitome of his life philosophy by exclaiming, “But I didn’t ask to be born!” How sad that he couldn’t conceive of life as a gift and saw no purpose in living it….

Often we lose track of the awesome value of the one-time ticket we have been given to play the Game of Life. If we don’t put a value on the game…then there’s no point in playing. We aren’t going to win anything.  And who can we blame for that? 

STEP ONE: STOP COMPLAINING

Complaining and blaming others is simply a verbal acknowledgment that we are victims. We create our own victim mentality. Actually, when we feel sorry for ourselves, our thoughts and actions activate the law of faith in an unfavourable direction. We say negative, harmful words of doubt, and these heartfelt words, by the very definition of faith, create the wrong things for us. Pessimistic self-talk can result in very destructive patterns… 

Whenever we feel like victims in our lives, we blame whomever and whatever we can. But really, aren’t we the only ones who have the power to make changes in our lives?

It may come as a surprise, but God is not impressed with our suffering as victims. We do not earn any respect for our discomfort. Think about this: If we have accepted Spirit to live inside of us, would this celestial entity enjoy living with the pain, sorrow, and misery to which we so often subject our physical bodies when it isn’t necessary?*

God has promised many times that he will never leave us:

“Never will I leave you; never will I forsake you.” So we say with confidence, “The Lord is my helper; I will not be afraid.
 What can mere mortals do to me?” Hebrews 13:3:5-6 NIV Bible

STEP TWO: DON’T BUY THE LIE

Don’t buy the lie that you are helpless because – you are not alone in this. Don’t ever be a victim; because there is absolutely no power in that belief system. Even if you can’t change your circumstances right away, you CAN change your beliefs. Your thoughts are your own. When you consciously make them positive you’ll see the small steps you CAN take to rise up out of your pit of despair. The momentum will have begun and soon your faith will fuel the car you drive down the road and then, life becomes a grand adventure!

¹The Celestial Proposal, Chapter 14, Developing Spiritual Maturity, pg. 177-178.  Order on Amazon.com

This post is revised from my archives, in case you missed it…

#Motivation #PowertoChange #NotaVictim #becomesupernatural #consciousnessawakening

* Excerpts and links to this material may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Jane Catherine Rozek and TheCelestialProposal.com website.

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