What do you turn to?


“When doubts haunt me and disappointments stare me in the face
and I see not one ray of hope on the horizon,
I turn to the Bhagavad Gita and find a verse to comfort me;
I immediately begin to smile in the midst of overwhelming sorrow.”

— Mahatma Gandhi

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8 thoughts on “What do you turn to?

    • It’s a great spiritual guide, no doubt! Relieved to read and feel something positive from you today; your post earlier on sure packed some hard punches while delivering home truths about blogging ethics! Glad you’re back to the Amy we are comfortable with! Cheers, peace and light!


      • I’m getting there. What I saw in myself I surely didn’t like and what I see happening on WordPress I just had to get off my chest. I am sure I didn’t win any awards with that post. Yes, it was the Truth, and sometimes Truth stings. It is so tempting to put my ethics aside just for the numbers. My eyes are slowly getting back to what is why I blog in the first place….to place focus on Love and Truth. I seem to be striking out on Truth lately, and here again, the world just isn’t ready for it. Oh, yes, the masses scream for Truth, yet when they get, they deny it is Truth. Higher Knowledge flows through me, but I need to learn to temper it so that those who don’t understand, can handle it. (sigh) Long day today.

        And I really thank you for clicking “like” on the post that delivered some hard blows. Seriously, this world would sell its soul to be known. I don’t have it in me to be cut-throat, and boy did my HS jerk me upside of the head when I began leaning in that direction. Big Lesson for me to learn. In order for me to stay in the Love Vibration, I must walk my talk. There is no other way. As I am sure you know.

        Love, Amy


  1. My inspiration comes from looking into the eyes of my grandchildren and great grandchildren. It comes form the laughter of my husband when he is having a good day.
    My inspiration comes from the calm waters of the lakes with the fall reflections from along side the bank showing bright colors in the water.


    • Wonderful! In short you draw inspiration from aspects of the innocence of Children, love and nature! With such sources, there is hardly a dull moment, or at least, something handy to brighten dull moments! Cheers and have a great weekend!


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