If I were to look back on my life, I would say I experienced as much as a person possibly could in the shortest amount of time possible. It was incredible and it was a nightmare and everything in between. It was a beautiful thing ultimately because I know I experienced things that most people couldn’t imagine.
Imagine ramming someone through a lifetime or more worth of experiences in a fraction of the time. Imagine learning life lessons that some people never learn while they are alive and I have to learn them in a matter of days, weeks or months. In the grand scheme of things it was extremely enlightening because Earth is such a unique place with the opportunity to learn so many things and gain so many perspectives.
Based on my research I’ve learned my life is an example of what God seeks, which is to experience itself in every which way imaginable. To know and experience everything there is to experience. The good, the bad and the ugly. To be of every economic class, to be in every body of color, to know a different side of sexuality, to have cared for others and to be cared for, to experience the foolishness of being young and naïve and also to know wisdom while in a young body.
There is an upside and downside to growing so quickly in such a short amount of time. The downside is that I can’t relate to anyone around me because I have learned the lessons they might still be learning or perhaps haven’t begun to learn. The upside is that this knowledge and wisdom helps me to deal with the daily reality of The Matrix much better. To know how things and people work is a gift that only comes with experience over time. To learn how my own mind works is also a gift that can’t be put into words.
We have heard this phrase ‘Know Thyself’ and it is probably the most underrated two words in the Universe. Because to know yourself and to point the finger at yourself instead of someone else means that you will discover that you are God in human form and that everyone is yourself in a different body.
These life experiences have taught me how to deeply appreciate myself and others and to not take others, especially family, for granted. Life is short and every second we spend here and what we spend it on matters greatly.
I’ve learned the most important thing is unconditional love and to know that we are forgiven regardless of our deeds. One of the hardest things I’ve learned is self-forgiveness and self-love which is crucial for positive life experiences.
I’ve loved myself, hated myself and every other emotion you could think of I have directed towards myself at one time.
Beautiful things are coming to this planet and while it’s unfortunate that not everyone will live to see them on the physical plane there are other planes of existence where these epic changes will take place.
The biggest thing I’ve learned also is the simplicity of the Golden Rule which all religions teach. It is so simple and humans tend to make everything much more complicated than it needs to be. Just helping one another is one of the most important things I’ve experienced. People have helped me unconditionally and I’ve done the same for others. We all have basic needs that have to be met and we can each take part in helping one another do this. The most amazing miracles happened when I was helping others. I promise it’s worth it!
Death is not the end, it is the beginning of something so beautiful. It is a part of life and I don’t fear it. I wish for everyone else to see it the same way. Fear can be thrown in the trash can as it prevented me from doing so many things. I wish I didn’t have so much fear. Everything ended up working out and it was ultimately an experience which I cherish greatly.
Love. Love. Love.