I remember, years ago, my old self making such comment: "What does Taylor Swift has that she is so famous?"Looking back, maybe her confidence or something I was mirroring triggered me, I am not sure...
Two days ago, while doing cardio on the elliptical, I turned the TV to a documentary about Taylor Swift's career and life. I must confess that I was touched to learn about her journey in dealing with her public and being famous, and her journey of discovering her mission and stepping into her power, especially the "Kayne West situations - his comment and the song he made involving her name". Since becoming aware of my own spiritual journey, I have started to respect many people out there, including her, in a different level, however, watching this documentary also has showed me a side of someone I never followed on the news, listening to her songs or has been someone who I knew anything about her music, other than know her name and face, which I am can be pretty bad at...I realized that, like me, SHE is also HUMAN...
but I also learned that:
1 - We all deserve respect!
2 - Not everyone will like you for your gifts, and that's ok, this won't make you more or less. Even Jesus, who was perfect! had people who didn't agree with who he was or his mission!
3 - We ALL have our struggles and lessons we have to go through
4 - A lot of money does not end people's problems, they have different lessons
5 - She is talented, I was the one who never learned about who she was
6 - Never judge someone by just seeing them once or twice, without knowing their story or path - even if you do know, don't judge!
7 - Always give compassion!!
there are many other lessons to be learned here...what do you think, have you ever had someone you didn't like then you realized that it was you, not the other person? Let's face, Taylor Swift doesn't even know I exist lol
I just got back from Walmart and if you are an empath, going to Walmart is like going to war, unless otherwise you ground and protect yourself, or you WILL feel drained leaving there, most likely you may need a nap after.
As soon i got into the cart area an older man seemed upset because I accidentally got in front of him, as i was going into the store and he crossed the path i was going, to get himself a cart, he looked very upset!!! I calmly waited for him to cross and wished him a nice day, imagining i was sending him green light from my heart. My shopping experience went well, i had tons of people smiling to me and "letting me cross over their paths <3" as they gently nodded their heads...
i had no lines and no issues with the self-checkout #winwin
I could have chosen to get mad at the old man, who maybe was having a not so good day, or going through an issue I am not aware of, however, I was aware of the fact that, the reason why he reacted the way he did, had nothing to do with me, NOTHING... big chances are he has done this to someone else there...
Also, we always give ONLY what we have to give, you can't give from an empty bag. If you have love, respect, compassion, a bag of smiles inside yourself, make sure to distribute it, you certainly will affect somewhere out there differently. Also choose make your experience your own, the way YOU want, and not based in situations and cirscunstances.
I choose to give this man some love... maybe that was all he needed today...
What are YOU giving today?
Also, who here feels drained when goes to Walmart?
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