Hello my fellow “everyday, ordinary, unassuming guru” seeking community members. Did you spot a few gurus over the weekend. Everyday gurus don’t take weekends off. They were there if you were looking. Tammy is curious about how to better her life (see below). You can bet with that kind of curiosity, there will be a guru or two passing her way very soon.
Hi Mr. White
I am twenty-one, and I get caught in a lot of situations that my mother calls foolish drama. She says I’m wasting my life, and I’ve got to grow up. I don’t know how to avoid the drama. What would you say about that?
The lighthouse keeper is asked, “How do the ships see the guiding light shining from the lighthouse when a storm is causing so much fog?”
The lighthouse keeper answers, “The light passes through the fog to guide them because the light is not part of the fog.”
When you do not become part of the daily soap operas that surround you, Tammy (when you don’t get caught up in the gossip), you can pass through those dramatic events without getting involved in them. It really is that simple.
And your mother is right when she says you are wasting your life if you’re getting caught up in the drama of life. Opportunities to go beyond where you are right now come when you begin looking beyond the soap operas that you are caught up in right now.
Blessings to you Terry … Rob
One of the greatest gifts you can give yourself these days, is to remind yourself that the way the world is going is not the way you have to go. Remind yourself of that daily.
Blessings & love to all of you, Rob
PS Real rewards present themselves to you whenever you see through those false rewards that the soap operas of life offer you.