Yesterday was Memorial Day (at the time of this writing), and its humbling to be reminded of the ones who came before us and were willing to fight for what we have today. On Memorial Day we honor those people who fought for us. Following week 4 of the Walking with L.I.G.H.T. journey, week 4 being HONOR week. Pretty synchronistic timing if you ask me. (and yes synchronistic is a word now…)
It is now Week 5, TRUST!
They say, “Trust takes a life time to build, and a second to break…”
It’s time to do some exploration of where the trust resides (or doesn’t) in your life.
Some questions to ask yourself…
What foundations still need to be built in my life, and with what/who?
What scares me in life right now?
Do I have enough to sustain my current lifestyle for the next 3 months/ 3 years /etc.?
Who can I share my deepest secrets with?
My point is this, IT’S TIME FOR EVALUATION!
Now we’ve all had our issues with trust, and for most people it stems from the relationship with their parents… I won’t get too into that at the moment, but understand this.
When you stop trusting the world (or the people in it), you’ll slowly find that the world pulls back from trusting you.
I don’t think you really want that…
We’ve all been through the valleys of heartache, hatred, and scorn, but hopefully you weren’t there for too long. More over, after you’ve made it to the top of the mountain, I hope that your trust in humanity has been reinvigorated, and your trust in yourself has been solidified.
The point is to leverage one thing into another.
Love transforms into Inspiration,
Inspiration builds Gratitude,
Gratitude breeds Honor and
Honor brings about Trust.
Trust is the most important part of the process.
Now that you’ve walked through the valley and made it to the peak.
Stand on top of that mountain and spread L.I.G.H.T.!
The fifth component of
Walking With L.I.G.H.T.
Follow me to the greatest heights of love!
““Seconds after meeting him, it was clearly evident how sincere and nurturing his demeanor towards my struggles were, which comfortingly allowed me to freely express many of my deep internal concerns about life. In that moment, I began to notice how much of an impact his wise words were starting to affect my perspectives about many things.” – Omar Delcid