Feeding the Soul

When we think of nourishment we think mainly of what we eat. Nourishment is far deeper and greater, as it is, all the things that we consume. It is the words we use, the programmes we watch, the music we listen to, the people we surround ourselves with, how we communicate, our behaviour, our attitude, our values, far more when we stop to think. All these are a form of nourishment, which continues to feed our souls in either a negative or positive light.

What is the purpose of life, if you continue ingesting those very things that causes you distress, to remain unhappy, to hate, lack of energy, or your ill-health?

Scientists have proven time and time again, that if we continue feeding the soil that produces our food with damaging fertilisers, it is only matter of time before the effects are evident. The results being evident in more ways than one. In our food, in our bodies, in our environment etc. This is precisely the same thing that is likely to occur, when you continue consuming those very things that demotes rather than promote your spiritual growth.

Nourishment not only supplies us with what is necessary for us to live in good health, it is vital for our spiritual growth, for us to cherish, for us to strengthen, a help in crises, to project change of attitude, keeps us alive, for our family, for our community. There is a far deeper and greater understanding.

When we continue to nourish our souls, we are being given the support in keeping upright, in preventing us from falling so hard in time of crises. An undernourished body prolongs the natural healing process.

We should spend more time thinking about those very things we consume, which are noticeably harmful, to you, our families, our communities, our environment, and life. It is only a matter of time before the results are inescapably visible.

In supporting you own plant life, ensure that your soil is nourished, with nutrients that enables your growth.

Jack of all trades, master of none!

How many of us want to do everything, and find ourselves not being ‘a master’ in a particular area of interest.  We have heard the saying ‘Jack of all trades, master of none!’.  I can relate to this, as I have also been a member of this ‘club’, going back many years ago.

There are those that claim to do DIY, and yet items that they put together are never complete or fall apart.  There are those that do photographer, all because they believe they can take better pics, than those that actually studied photography.  There are those that want to be a presenter, as they have seen others presenting, and it all looks so easy.  There are those that start courses, and never seem to finish.

We feel we can do it all, and find out sooner or later, that it is not as easy as we had initially thought.  That others have made it look or seem so easy.  We are also forgetting the fact that, it came naturally to them, and it may well be their calling or gift shining through.

This is probably why some of us find that we never seem to finish things that we started off.  We find ourselves enthused at the onset, then soon after the enthusiasm is gone.  We are bored!  ‘Jack of all trades, master of none’!

Indeed, it is good to try things out, as you may not be sure where your skills lie.  We are all capable of doing a variety of different things, nevertheless, there is always a particular thing that we have been blessed with, that shines through, and which other things derive or originate from.  So find out what this ‘thing’ is, nurture it, develop it, and master it into a trade that you can be proud of.

We are each here to live a life of varied experiences, whilst finding out who we are, and what it is that makes us ‘glow in the dark’.  So, perfect those things that you are interested or good at.  When you find what it is that you have been called to do (your purpose), shine naturally to perfection.