We are all essential to the unfolding plan of which we are each one small, but important, part. If we suffer from low self worth, it is because we have lost track of understanding this truth, and allowing it to guide our actions in the world.

DailyOm

See?  Here’s the challenge as I see it:
There are people in this world who have no understanding that we are all part of a larger whole.  We are all connected.  There is a plan, a road map, you might say set out for you.  If you disregard that map, that plan that’s when things fall apart, when you lose focus, when become distressed, depressed.  As the above quote states:
We are all essential to the unfolding plan

When one of us feels as if the World/the Universe/God is conspiring against us then that feeling has a ripple effect on everyone else.  What one person does to HIS worldview has a causational effect on everyone else.  
I understand we all can’t be joyful ALL the time.  Life is a series of peaks and valleys.  We SHOULD however, try to on peaks more often.  The more we are grateful, the more we are full of joy, the better our ENTIRE world will feel.  Remember:
What one person does to HIS worldview has a causational effect on everyone else.

I understand it’s been said before many times over but I’m reminded of the movie It’s a Wonderful Life.  The parallel seems apropos to this blog entry.  Everyone is important to someone.  Heck!  Everyone is important to everyone.  Just stop and think for a moment of all the lives a single person has touched during their most recent incarnation.  What would the world be like if you were not in it?  We’re all important.  Remember that!

Be happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!

Chris

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