Posted on 10/11/2015
People get so tied up in power struggles and their personal stories that you forget about the most important things--to honor and love one another.
You must allow others--family members, friends, co-workers, etc.--to make their "mistakes". To learn their life lessons so they can grow rich in their experiences and use these experiences to reach out in loving service to others.
You see, everyone is going through a journey--a journey of self-discovery and self-actualization while living in loving service to your fellow humans. This cannot easily happen if individual progress is impeded by the negative opinions, criticisms, judgments, and controlling actions of others.
You are here to support, love, and honor each other's path, purpose, and need to evolve into the highest expression of your being. You cannot tell another how to live their purpose or destiny and no other person can tell you how to live yours. You each have to do this for yourself. No matter how painful it is to watch those you care about take a "longer or harder" path--as it appears in your eyes and not necessarily in reality because there is always a greater plan. Know there is always a higher perspective. You MUST allow others their full journey and to fulfill the path that leads to their divine purpose.
Only offer unconditional love, support, and guidance to others. You cannot and should not try to control another with words or actions. Otherwise, the shared beauty in each other's evolution process becomes internal and external struggle, stress, and strife for all involved.
Know that ALL of your individual paths lead to your transition back to Spirit--no exceptions. Your physical death is inevitable. So, take the pathways that help YOU experience the most inner joy and peace, gain the maximum amount of wisdom, live with the most deeply satisfying unconditional love around you, and offers your best to the world.
Strive to eliminate power struggles and live in loving support of the common good in all your relationships and with every person or situation you encounter at all times.
Inspired writing by Ellen Edmondson on 10/6/2015