Sunday, November 21, 2010

Proof of Reincarnation

Recently on Facebook someone posted this YouTube video about a very interesting reincarnation story. It's a truly fascinating bit of video that was shown on FOX news.
Here's the Link:

I hear about so many situations where the child is saying "I was this person. This is what I did. This is where I lived. My wife's name was ___." And since the parents don't believe in the stuff and have no reference for it, they literally don't know what to do. It freaks them out. They try to talk the kid out of saying all the stuff - sometimes using punishment. Which of course confuses the child.
In the wrong hands, certain religions or cults, the head person - whoever that may be - would say the child is possessed, which would lead to all sorts of horrible experiences. Its amazing what people do in circumstances that cause them to be afraid. When, in reality, the child is only saying the truth.
It reminds me of a famous story about a little boy about 4 who had a brand new brother or sister. He kept insisting that he wanted to be in the room with the baby alone. Well, the parents didn't know what to do with that. So they decided to let him be with the baby, but they had the room monitor on so they could hear. The little boy didn't know the room monitor was on. Apparently he went over to the infant, leaned down and whispered, "Help me remember. I'm forgetting who God is."
Anyway, beautiful story.
We all forget the older we get. We all forget being connected, re-membering the truth about who God is, who we are, that we are a divine being having a human experience, that joy is our natural state of being, and that struggle and strife are human creations, that love heals everything and is the greatest force in the Universe.
Debbie "Takara" Shelor
To find out more about Reincarnation, the truth about God, and much more, visit http://www.spiritofnature.og

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Adultery and Facebook

Someone posted a comment on my wall on Facebook asking if I'd heard about the minister who insisted that his leadership turn off their facebook pages because it leads to adultery.

This was my response:

"Where there's a will, there's a way I think." Leading to adultery - I don't think so. If a person chooses to have a conversation with a person of the opposite sex, then they should use common sense, manners, and appropriateness - whether they are on or off line.

Marriage is a sacred contract and adultery isn't typically a part of that equation. Doesn't mean every person follows that rule. Look at the divorce statistics - much of it has to do with wandering spouses and the pain that causes. lol (lol means laugh out loud for those who don't yet know the little codes used texting messages.)

Anyway, when two people are married, - continuing to love, honor, and cherish one another - they just aren't going to stray. If they are taking each other for granted, belittling one another, constantly criticizing or being criticized, and no longer appreciating the "gift" of the other person in their life, the marriage is in trouble and FB is one of many great places to have an extramarital thing - finding someone who does appreciate you.

I won't get into the middle age crisis and the totally stupid things people do then.

I love what Paul Newman said about his wife. Someone asked him if he ever strayed and his reply was, "Why go out for hamburger, when you have steak at home." Not that I'm really into beef. lol. But I believe that if you can't continuously adore (appreciate everything about a person, quirks and all), then you shouldn't be married to them.

But I'm a very loyal and committed person. When I make a commitment, I stick to it through thick and thin. Not everyone is like that. I learned that the hard way.

The ability to chat with someone is fun on FB. And I've certainly had guys flirt with me. But I rarely engage in chats with people I don't know. Most of the time I appear "offline." I'm too busy. I have too much going on in life. I'd rather call the people I want to talk to.

Bottom line, FB is a great place to share what's going on in your life, find out what's happening with your friends, and reconnect with people you haven't heard from in ages. It's also a great place to network for business.

If you like your spouse and your marriage, don't do anything to mess it up. It has too much value. The price isn't worth it. Trust is a delicate thing. Once its gone, everything else falls apart like a house of cards.   

Have a deLightful day,
Deb 

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