Wow Look What I Got Here – by Annette Rochelle Aben

We wake one day, look about us and question, “How did I get here?” As if our circumstances sprang up around us like sneaky dandelions in our otherwise perfectly green lawn. And what is even more amazing, is that we shall spend so much time lost in thought over the vision, that we neglect what brought us there in the first place, our imagination!

For everything that exists, was a thought first. A thought that we thought, over and over again and in doing so, allowed it to root deeply into our emotions. Once that happened, we took very good care of it, for we know how to nurture emotions. Once the nurtured, burst through into reality, we could see it plain as day and yet, not recognize it as something we created.

Yes, we reap what we sow. It has always been and shall ever be

Cheer up! There is power in this truth, power that frees us from every having to have one of “those mornings” ever again! Because we are now aware of the reaping and sowing process, we can consciously choose the seeds and how we sow them. What a wonderful way to view our lives, as active participants and not slaves or victims. It gives one hope and fills the soul with warmth to know we can use our powers for positive outcomes!

Give yourself a chance. Offer your nurturing energy an opportunity to show the world how it’s done. Be the example of success in becoming a happy horticulturist. Never again will you ask yourself, “How did I get here?” Instead, you’ll be proclaiming, “Wow, look what I got here!

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This article was written by Annette Rochelle Aben

As a writer it gives me such pleasure to share what I have written and where YOU can go to enjoy it. My latest book, A Haiku Perspective 2018 Is a # Best Seller on Amazon - so check it out at this link... which is the link to ALL of my books either in paperback or on Kindle. Of course I really appreciate the fact that you ENJOY the articles I have written for The Magic Happens; feel free to leave me a cheery comment! You are always welcome everywhere I am!


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