How Clouds Changed My Perspective
It’s great to be with you again My Friend,
Have you ever been cast into darkness when you didn’t expect it? Yeah, Me too.
These last few days I have had the privilege of waking up between 3:15 am and 4:00 am. I say privilege because I didn’t realize how much it would impact my days and my perspective.
You see that early in the morning you get to experience things you don’t at other times. Most people are still sleeping. It’s quiet, peaceful, and a great time for introspection and growth.
Yesterday we also had a full moon. As I set on my back porch gazing at it the past few days, I have gained a knowledge I want to share with you. (If you want to hear more about it, you can go to my podcast on iTunes and check it out. Or my website.)
With the light from the full moon shining down and a lamp, I was able to write in my journal. It was so calming and relaxing I was able to dive deep into my feelings and gain new insight. All of a sudden, I was plunged into darkness. The little flicker of light from my oil lamp was not enough for me to see.
I looked up and saw that clouds had floated between me and the moon blocking the light. Then it struck me. People are just like that.
Some people bring the light when they enter the room and others darkness. Which one are you?
I’m thinking you’re the kind of person that brings the light. Why because you seek out good things. You’re reading this positive and uplifting blog which means you search for powerful inspiration to guide and direct you. That means you bring the light.
I am willing to bet that people say, “I like being around you. I like me best when I’m with you.” You bring the light to others.
Thank you. Keep doing it. We need more light bearers. There are many dark places to put them in.
I invite you to let your light shine even brighter today and every day. I invite you to bring sunshine and happiness to your workplace, community, and home.
Just for today let’s light the world with love. We can do anything for a day. If you like how it makes you feel, I invite you to do it again tomorrow and maybe even the next day.
Remember who you are makes a difference. It could be positive or negative. You decide.
Now, go have an off the chart’s day my friend.