The other day I received an email letting Abraham readers know that Jerry was doing better.
Maybe because today’s my birthday, or because I am working on a new book (which tends to make me reflective), it got me to thinking.
If you are familiar with the Abraham work, or have seen some of the workshop clips on YouTube, it seems that most attendees ask questions about:
Almost every other issue that is discussed falls into those 3 categories. Maybe these Life Lessons are what ‘earth school’ is all about — ultimately.
In a conversation today with my oldest daughter the “what’s the point of it all” topic was raised.
I replied that I believed “the point” depended upon the person and the path that he or she has chosen. Some feel that each lifetime has a theme. Others feel that each life is a little more free-style and that you make it up as you go.
Of course, if you subscribe to a more traditional religious view the idea is to amass good works (do unto others) for a greater reward later in heaven.
Yet, there are the rare selfless souls who come through and make their total focus helping others (Ghandi, Mother Theresa, etc.).
When you look at how self-occupied we all tend to be it’s no wonder that these amazing souls are seen as such beacons of light.
Others (Buddha, Yogananda) spoke of the importance of balance, a middle path, etc.
But the harsher reality is that unless one has taken care of basic needs (i.e. Maslow’s hierarchy) that talk of spirituality and higher purposes is meaningless.
The numbers are clear.
More and more people are coming online to find ways to earn a living. Some want more income without another job (since many are already working at least two).
When we created MoonLightWealth our goal was to help meet the need that many have to generate income. But through a service that helps others.
If you have found a way to these words maybe you should take a look at what we have put together. You may find this simple approach is easy enough to fit into your current lifestyle.
As for the “point of it all” I think you have to determine the “meaning of it” for you as an individual.
Frankly, I am a big advocate of “live and let live”.
It’s simple, to the point, and would save a whole bunch of money on bullets.
Enjoy your day.