Every thing good happens because a person embraces anything given to them even if it is as small as a penny or light as feather. Every one has a turn to turn their life in to what is intended for them from birth. Some people just don’t understand or want to accept their own mission. Instead they embrace jealousy and intend to want to hurt others. I remember someone telling me envy is good sometimes when you want something so bad, you work harder at it. I feel envy is not a good thing at all. Envy does not allow other people to see what they can bring to this world by themselves. Unless you may have two similar people with similar missions, but one has been doing it longer than the other.
A lot of times tough love works better to help a person become a somebody with their mission because most people who have potential follow the crowd to nothingness in their life. When a single person sees potential in the person doing nothing, the single person pushes anyone with potential to strive even if it means telling the truth about the person’s life at the moment. Later when the person finishes at the top, he or she may thank the person who applied tough love.
People who have potential can become leaders, but not every one is a leader every day of their life. Some people are more of a leader than most. Being a leader makes a person feel good because you are helping other people potentially succeed in their lives. Leadership is a gift which is open to the possibilities of someday becoming a spiritual master who helps those in need of finding themselves. I know some people who may think they are a leader now, but are really not being to true to themselves.
Follow your missions and if you feel you don’t know what they are just sit down in front of a tree and think deeply from your spirit. No body knows more than you what you need to do in life. Every one is meant to do something even if it is very small. Embrace what your mission is and everything will go your way.
Time for a quote to end this post:
Deeds, not stones, are the true monuments of the great.
John L. Motley
US historian (1814 – 1877)
posting again later,