Little messages along the way

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

“I don't think that anything happens by coincidence... No one is here by accident... Everyone who crosses our path has a message for us. Otherwise they would have taken another path, or left earlier or later. The fact that these people are here means that they are here for some reason"...” 

A quote by the author of The Celestine Prophecy, James Redfield... I read the book a few years ago and to this day I always look for a message when something or someone crosses my path that wouldn't normally be there ......

Well I started watching all the past seasons of Grey's Anatomy this past week and if there were ever a TV show loaded with undertones of eureka effects this series would be it .......

I have been made think more by that show.... It may have slipped pass me earlier in my life but my right here right now self, the person seeking the deeper meaning to her life me, grabs little one liners and analyses the crap out of them......

I know that is either very profound or the most pathetic thing I could have wrote but hey its me so let me share this with you and then decide .....

I can't remember what the one liner was and I know that sucks I can't even remember who said what but I do remember someone said something about being unable to live in the world without the other person in it and that set me to thinking .....

I am sure we all know what it's like for someone we care about to move away or we move away from them and the pain of separation sometimes is so hard to bear but what is expected of us when someone we have in our life leaves and no longer exist .....

My Mom uploaded a photo of her garden with 2 tall trees my Father had planted many years ago and as I was looking at the photo that set me thinking all over again, about the fact that my Dad had passed away a few years ago and how hard it was to look at that garden and those tall trees and grasp the fact my Dad didn't exist anymore ...Sure I had things belonging to him and memories but what was all that if the main character of it all was gone forever and not just gone but ceased to exist

We can miss them terribly and we can even seek comfort in such things as afterlife, heaven and the hope if we are worthy and good we will reunite someday but is that all we do ......

We tell our self that we will never let go of that person's memory and we will make sure we let them live on through us but as time passes we sometimes have trouble even remembering what that person looked like ....We only get brief and I mean very brief seconds when we can keep a picture of their face in our mind ......

So how do we go on living and acting like everything is fine when someone that we have lived our whole life with is taken away and never exist anymore .....

I don't know the answer to that but I do know now that the message I get from that is to cherish and love each moment we have now with the people who are in our life and more importantly be the kind of person that your love ones can love and cherish ......So when someday we no longer exist they  will wonder how they will live in a world where we are no longer a part of ........

Deep I know but when you are searching for that true meaning for your life things should be deep sometimes





2 comments:

Golden To Silver Val said...

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Kat said...

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