ANGEL-LIGHT TEAM BENEFITS by Angel-Light Love of Texas Spiritual & Metaphysical Healing/Wellbeing Facilitator Consultant/Teach...
Saturday, August 23, 2014
posted this update on Facebook:I'm an
advocate of "no-harm living"--as much as possible. To me that means
not intentionally harming anything or anyone. Intentionally, because we all do
so unintentionally (such as stepping on insects when walking in nature). I've
been thinking that there is an extension of "no-harm living," and
that is "benevolent living"--intentionally looking for and finding
ways to assist others. There's a fine line between intervening and interfering,
however. I'd rather err on the side of interfering occasionally rather than
failing to intervene when there is a need. My metaphysical gifts/skills are
very useful when making a decision, and sometimes my intervention is
comment from a Facebook friend:I agree
about the insect thing. A metaphysical friend told me once that we are all
serial killers. Shocked, I asked him, “Why?”He asked me, “How many mosquitoes have you killed?”
response: I do intentionally kill mosquitoes--and cockroaches. When I find
other insects that get into my apartment I remove them without killing.The exception is some small spiders, which I
allow to stay. And when I went to remove
a praying mantis from my largest spider planet a couple weeks ago, I was
instructed to let it be. So there it be! :-D At this time, I have
about eighteen permanent plants in 10" pots and several in 6” pots around
the small living area of my apartment--plus extras I've created to give away.
So it is almost an indoor garden.And
insects will be attracted to it when I leave the door open while watering the
flowers on the patio, etc. It's me and my plant family. I am blessed by the
company of the plant devas.
to the subject of “benevolent living”:With
regard to humans, sometimes one has to make a quick decision as to whether an
action could be perceived as interfering when it is meant as intervention.An elderly man with a cane in the grocery
store comes to mind.I was waiting in
line behind him.He dropped the cane as
he was pulling money out of his pocket.I picked up the cane and handed it to him. He thanked me, but he could
just as easily have glared at me and snatched it out of my hand. Some people don’t appreciate intended acts of
kindness. And there’s that perception issue. Truth is, a person intent on “benevolent
living” can never be 100% sure that an act of kindness will be appreciated as
an act of kindness.Personally, I’m
responsible for my own self and can attempt to make wise decisions. How someone
chooses to react to my intended acts of kindness is their business—not mine.
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