I’ve hit my Refresh Button. It’s not the first time, but this one’s different. I’ve been talking to friends about it. Their responses have amazed me:
“Yah, I’ve been letting go of a lot of stuff that once seemed so important.”
“I’ve had to cull ‘takers’ from my world and it’s not easy because some have been a big part of my life.”
“Toxic people and situations! Don’t need ’em. Don’t want ’em. Won’t have ’em.”
“I … don’t spend any energy on people who aren’t cordial.”
“I’m ‘hearted-out’. To much vent, not enough action.”
Does this mean we are becoming less Loving? Putting our noses in the air? Being judgmental instead of discerning?
Turns out we want to live healthier. We’ve claimed our Refresh Button and put ourselves on ‘pause’ to take a good look around. We’re checking out where and how much we can give. It’s not about stopping.
camera for the James Watt Space Telescope. The JWS Telescope will replace the Hubble in 2018. He was explaining the advanced capabilities of this camera and talked about black holes.
“What’s inside them?” I asked.
“We don’t know. Currently we see nothing.”
“Do you have any clue as to their purpose?”
“We suspect they are the Universe’s garbage dumps.”
“Is it possible they invert themselves, implode and contribute to Universal growth?”
“They do nothing for expansion,” he said.
“How is the Universe expanding?”
“That’s exactly what we are trying to figure out.”
“So would your camera in the new JWS Telescope be able to photograph what’s inside the black holes?”
“Instead of focusing on black holes, time and money will be spent on studying the material that holds substance and meaningful information.”
Life presents its own telescope and reveals our black holes. At different times, we need to pause and decide: Are we looking at the nothingness of a black hole or at nothingness pregnant with discovery and potential growth?
A pause provides the refreshment needed to invigorate, rejuvenate and renew ourselves. It powers the restoration of freshness, vitality and energy. It replenishes the Love we need for serving our Purpose.
We may decide to keep some black holes and, by doing it knowingly, we know the distance and protection we need.
As with the Universe, looking into our black holes can mean a period of chaos.
However, it’s not ours and it won’t expand.