This is a transition time. 11/9-11/15

After the storm, you wanna feel some peace.

You will, but before the peace, there might be another storm coming. But, this does not have a power to destroy anything that you will have.

So, don’t be afraid. Just stand for your ground and walk.

What we experience is quite huge. This is a transition time from old to new. Darkness to light. cold to warm. Hate to love. Violence to peace. What you will experience is you cannot see now. But, feel it. Everting you will experience is from within.

Be the light

Be the light you want to see in the darkness

Be the light for your family

Be the light for your society

And be the light for the world

This is the time to shine your light

Decide what you want to show to the world, your light or your darkness

We are the light

We are the love

What do you choose?

The Transitioning Time

I just encountered “A Rider Named Death” by Salvador Dali when I checked my social media account.

Death in this world is thought as the end of life, the end of everything, scary things…it is describe with not positive words, I think.

But, in The Traditional Rider Tarot Deck, the death card represents more like “good-bye to Old and hello to New” and not really real physical death. So, it is transitioning time with hope, when you see the death card in your tarot reading. Every day we have night to end our day, then, morning to start new day.

So, when I see the painting of Dali, I immediately thought this is what we have been experiencing now. Many people say we have “New Normal”. Yes, I agree. We need to change some lifestyle to adjust, but unfortunately, some parts of human being still continue what we did in the past like throwing garbages on the streets, on the beach, not care about others and our natures, discriminate people etc. Do we want to continue this to our future? Do we want to pass theses on to our children?

In the painting, we can see a rainbow. Rainbow represents God’s promise as many of you already know.

Let’s think again what we want to bring to our future and our children, because this is the transitioning and transformational time that God gives us to all.

Have a great day!

A rider named Death by Salvador Dali

A Rider Named Death by Salvador Dali

 

Weekly Message 4/27-5/3

It has been for quite long time since the pandemic happened. Some parts of the world, it might be almost 4-5 months, and since many counties started lockdowns or limited activities, it has been at least 4-6 weeks. Yes, this is quite hard time for everyone. But, some countries have planned to reopen etc. That is a good news, and we see a light to the end of the tunnel for some areas. But, it still depends on where you are, so stay put for little more time.

One thing, we all have common is that we had to start some new life styles. I believe this does not matter where you are or what you do for living. We all had to find some ways to have new styles.

This is not only for our physical health but mentally and spiritually.

What did you change? What have you acquired to have new lifestyle? Is it comfortable or not? What have you learned so far? What do you want to continue after this pandemic?

We all have learned something from current situations and experiences. Some of them are just for this time period, but, I believe some are completely new and you wanna continue even after our life is back in normal.

Find these things you wanna continue for more than just for this temporary situation.

It might be small thing like making coffee every morning for you and your loved ones. Maybe, jogging or walking everyday. Maybe continue to eat healthier foods. Or local small restaurants. Maybe, having time with your kids or family.

So, please find something you started during this situation but wanna continue. This is challenging time for everyone, but, this is also good time to find some treasures in your life that you could not find before.

Find these treasures this week, and be positive. This is not permanent situation, but just temporary. Please don’t forget and be patient.

Have a lovely week!