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What is life anyhow?  

Did you ever start to think that your life is just a combination of happenstance and circumstance?

In actual fact, both do play a really important part in your life. Guess what! There is more. You did not just happen and you are not governed by your circumstances, even though it may feel that way at times.  

There is a whole ‘other’ aspect to your life, that you may or may not have taken into consideration. Think about this for a while and you will know that it is true.

Love plays a central role in every aspect of your life! It always has and it always will.

Envision your entire life from a ‘love’ perspective, in conjunction with happenstance and circumstance. You will find, that it appears to be entirely different and a whole lot better!  

No, I did not suggest that life is perfect.  

But on the other hand, maybe it really is Perfect, when viewed from the perspective of a higher understanding of perfection, that allows room for both the perfection and imperfection, as it is perceived from a human plane of existence.

Guess what! You don’t have to be perfect! Neither do I. Aren’t you glad? I certainly am.



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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Sep 21, 2008
    • A couple of years ago I had the privilege to share lunch with Gerald Jampolsky. He’s is a wonderful man who writes about love and started the attitudinal healing centers around the world.

      In his work he talks about the two principal emotions that rule our lives, love and fear. Love is definitely the better option.

      Thank you for your post!
      Cynthia



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      W. Diane Van Zwol wrote Sep 22, 2008
    • Hi Cynthia,

      Thank you for your response, as well as the information about the attitudinal healing centers. Love works wonders.

      Take care and have a great day,

      Diane



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      Ladybug wrote Sep 22, 2008
    • I would like to know more about this. I know dimino that you write about love a lot. But this post is different bacause it’s not just romance. I understand two principal emotions, and we can choose to love or accept fear. Not that either is easy. But Dimino, you are scratching the surface. I can benefit from this perspective and would like to know more. I’ll start with Gerald Jampolsky, please point the way.



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      W. Diane Van Zwol wrote Sep 23, 2008
    • Hi there ladybug,  

      Thank you for our response. I will try to help you if I can do so, as I know that you are right.    

      Start with reading my brief article entitled ‘Joy, The Epitome Of Love‘. I will continue to write other articles, so follow them too.

      Regarding Gerald Jampolsky, you might contact choclatier, as she would know more about his work.  

      Do you know the ladybug poem?

      Diane



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      Ladybug wrote Sep 23, 2008
    • LOL...NO, I didn’t know there was a ladybug poem. ladybug is a name given to me by a very sweet woman when I was a child. Thanks...I’ve got a lot on my reading list. I think I’ll start a file.



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      W. Diane Van Zwol wrote Sep 24, 2008
    • Hi ladybug,

      This is a nursery rhyme and it is a bit of a sad one, but I am writing it out for you. Don’t let it scare you as that is not my intention. I grew up in a really large family and so I love children’s nursery rhymes and ladybugs!  

      Ladybug, ladybug,
      Fly away home!
      Your house is on fire
      And your children are gone,
      All except one,
      Her name is Anne.
      She hid herself under the frying pan. (Author unknown)

      Take care and have a wonderful day,

      Diane



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