Is That a Bull?

Just the way we like it!

What is?

Life, dearest, life. There is a right way, and there is a wrong way to live life. For those who choose to have a meaningful existence filled with joy, laughter, and all good things; there are some things that must be done.

  1. We must not take ourselves too seriously, whilst taking ‘life’ seriously.

What is meant by this?  What is meant, Dear Hearts, is we must understand the seriousness of life, else we don’t.

What do you mean by ‘else we don’t’?

Else we don’t live, dearest. Else we don’t live. We see this over and over again; indeed we do. We see many ‘not living’.

What do you mean by ‘not living’?

What we mean, dearest, is this:

There are those who are constantly in fear of life. They choose to hide from life, indeed.

They are ‘not living’; I appreciate what you are saying. Yes, some seem to go through life without having tasted the wonders of life.

Indeed, dearest, some do this. We suggest, Dear Ones, to take off the blindfolds that keep you too seriously invested in yourself. That is; invested as in a cocoon, self conscious and alone. Take the proverbial bull by its horns and throw it as far as you can muster. In this way your vision will widen to include the possibilities unknown to you at present.

Yes, my friend, it is you to whom we are speaking. We are throwing down the gauntlet at your feet. We hope you allow yourself to see the almost overwhelming ideas of promise that sparkle just beyond your current range.

Once again, Dear Hearts, we are here to assist should you choose. Ask, and it shall be so.

The Collective Consciousness with Carolyn Page


© 2016 Carolyn Page – ABC of Spirit Talk/Light Workers of the World


2 Comments Add yours

  1. Tiny says:

    Great advice! But not always easy to live by.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Carolyn Page says:

      Hahaaaa… Keith and I have just returned from morning breakfast at one of our favourite cafés. We were talking about this topic. Not always easy, Helen, that is for sure. Like everything; though, when it works, it works very well… 🙂


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