Living in OnenessKnow Only Love
My husband and I live a simple life, and we love it. A simple life is not a poor life. It is a life that is not complicated by having too many things or too much to do. Years ago I learned to live simply and joyfully by letting go of things I did not need or enjoy. That level of detachment made it easy to live the life we do now–a life of simplicity, joy, and ease.
Well…are you as bold as a chipmunk? Anyone who lives around pine trees, goes camping, or hikes has encountered these cute little guys and their tenacity. They will crawl through your groceries, jump on your boots, and beg for scraps. They remain cautious but rarely give up.
Summer is winding down but that does not mean playtime should be, too. No matter how old or how busy we are, we all need our playtime. Most of you know that my husband and I travel full-time in our 24’ camping trailer. We explore new places and meet new people. We work and we play.
Devotion is a sacred state of being. It is loyalty and dedication to what is important to you: family, friends, work, religion, beliefs, and yourself. Devotion to others and to your ideals is important. The time and energy you dedicate to others is how you demonstrate love, compassion, and caring.
Because you are, this is all you need to know to love yourself because you are a glorious child of Source. The 3rd-dimensional world teaches us that love requires reasons. It asks, what have you done to deserve love? After all, what you do is what you are, right? No, no, no!
A small frog lived in a well. It had lived there for a long time. The frog was born and brought up there. It was all he knew. One day, another frog that lived in the sea came upon the well. The frog in the well asked the newcomer, “Where do come from?” The traveler replied, “I am from the sea.”
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