Ron’s “Living with Confidence in a Chaotic World” Review

51XXTFPsbmL__SS500_Many Christians get so caught up with what it means to be Christian that they become the opposite of a Christian. Mahatma Gandhi once said, “I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ”. Dr. David Jeremiah has truly defined what it means to be a good Christian and in doing so has blown Gandhi’s statement right out of the water. “Living with Confidence in a Chaotic World” clearly defines what I have always known a Christian should be.

It is about being, living and thinking as Christ. To achieve an absolute Christ Consciousness through the totality of our Being is the ultimate goal of the Heaven bound student of Jesus. We are to be true disciples! In so being it is our duty to evaluate all our actions and recognize why or why not they are matching up to those of our savior. At this point we must be prepared, through the knowledge of Scripture, to choose to be righteous.

Dr. Jeremiah illustrates how we should stay calm, compassionate, connected, confident and consistent in our journey to be like Christ. In doing so, we will achieve incredible things in our journey with Spirit. Our Gifts must be used for His purpose; to help others to reconnect with what is all good and righteous.

“Living with Confidence in a Chaotic World” does a wonderful job of using real life experiences and heartfelt stories to truly exemplify what the author wishes to project onto the souls of his readers. There are many wonderful antic dotes which through the use of humor clearly get his point across to the reader.
Personally, this book came into my life just at the right time. It answered many of the nagging questions that have lingered in my mind over the last few weeks and has brought me totally back “online” with Christ. Stay the course, stay committed and be convinced that all things are in His hands.

I would like to thank Dr. Jeremiah for sharing his knowledge, wisdom and open mindedness with his readers. He is truly well ahead of his time and I would truly recommend this book to Christians of all denominations and all those who find themselves searching for something more.

-Ron Ash

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Knowledge and Wisdom

“Wisdom comes from experience and experience comes from Being.”

Knowledge comes from education wisdom comes from experience and experience is furnished by God. You see, everything in our lives, good or bad, has the incredible purpose of teaching us a lesson. As we learn we gain knowledge which soon after becomes applied wisdom. This is the stuff that enables us to make the right choices along our journey.

For wisdom is a defence, and money is a defence: but the excellency of knowledge is, that wisdom giveth life to them that have it. Consider the work of God: for who can make that straight, which he hath made crooked? –Ecclesiastes 7:12-13

Our lives here on this physical realm of existence consist of many levels. I see them as steps in our ascension. In reality the steps span infinitely into what will be our constant and continuous ascension. We never stop growing!

“So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.” –Gen. 1:27

“And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.” –Gen, 2:7

“And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man”. –Gen. 2:23

There will come a day when we will no longer need the physical suitcases of our soul. Remember, we are our souls and our spirits created in the image of God. As we ascend to the next realm of our existence we will become as one with ourselves and others. The duality of existence will cease to exist.

The purpose of our visit is simple. I often wonder why people make it so complex. It is so very obvious, but the question is often asked with a tremendously daunting emphasis on a question that begs to a higher power for its answer. “What is the meaning of life?”

We were created by Spirit as spirit first. Next we became flesh and blood. Why? Well, are you sitting down? We were created to create and experience what we could not experience otherwise. It is our thoughts that create things and it is our words that have the power to propel these thoughts into existence.

And God said, Let there be light: and there was light. –Genesis 1:3

I can probably very easily go through the book of Genesis or pretty much any other religious text to prove this point, but that is not how wisdom is received. This is why Christ spoke in parables. He knew it would not be enough for the children of God to just be educated in fact; they would need to feel, hold, love and envision Truth in order to own the Word. Through parable the story would enter the soul and plant the seeds of wisdom within the hearts of all who had “ears to hear.”

The biggest issue we all experience today was also given to us in parable by the Master. I’m paraphrasing a bit, but there have been so many translations I’m sure nobody will mind. We don’t put new wine into old wine skins. If we do they will burst and the wine may be spilt or at the very least contaminated by mixing with the old. This is the problem we all have with receiving new knowledge. Problems are created when we continually attempt to mix our new knowledge in with the old. This contaminates the new knowledge and makes it diluted or unproductive. In this the wisdom never comes and the seed which was planted never lives to see the light of day, never sprouts its stalk and branches and will not ever produce its fruit.

“Wisdom comes from the Lord. The rest is education.”-Bill Fooks

Education plays an important role in gaining knowledge. Without it most will never truly learn how to think. I remember the frustration I felt back in the early nineties upon graduating from college. My dad was the closest receptacle at the time so without hesitation I unloaded. “I don’t know why I even wasted my time and money on this degree.” Many don’t like to hear this and often it hurts to say, but in the majority of the cases a constant does exist. As children of our parents we may get smarter, but they will always be wiser than us. It all stems from life experience. What he said to me that day hardly comforted me or defused my anger, yet it did get me thinking. One day far off in the not so distant future, I revisited his statement and the seed of wisdom was planted in my soul. I vividly remembered Dad looking into my eyes, as though looking into my heart with his and saying, “You know Ronny, nobody can ever take it away from you.”

“Wisdom is good with an inheritance: and by it there is profit to them that see the sun.” Ecclesiastes 7:11

As the years rolled by I began to realize the advantage of being educated. I had some pretty good tools in my box and some fabulous weapons in my arsenal. I learned the value of the knowledge I received as I began to experience more of the life I was creating. The most important and essential of all the obvious skills and abilities often alludes the most educated. What is it you ask? The ability to think, imagine and apply the knowledge which is received while maximizing the potential of the opportunities which life presents. This in addition to all the little things we so adamantly stated we would never need to be what we thought we were going to be in our lives. One of my favorite statements was, “Why do I need to learn algebra? I’m never going to use it outside of the classroom.” Well, I ended up using it while running a wheel and tire store everyday for about seventeen years. In fact I was the guy that everyone else went to when they needed to figure out the overall diameter of a custom wheel and tire package.

Sometimes in life the money we make is the money we save. In business we may end up using our abilities gained through education combined with common sense and other practical experience obtained in the real world. I actually learned basic accounting skills without ever knowing I had. This gave me an incredible advantage in business. I never had to wait for an accountant to let me know how my business was doing. Often the time waiting for that information could end up costing a company thousands. By catching the problem sooner rather than latter I was able to easily plug the holes in the dike before pouring my profits out into the storm drain.

Marketing was another example of this. I was very frustrated that I had spent numerous credit hours to obtain a degree in communications. I took advertising, marketing, television production, news writing and so many more related courses only to find little or no jobs in this area for someone with these abilities. During those seventeen years of business all these skills had been an incredible valuable asset to me. I created my own advertisements, set forth my own marketing plans, produced my own commercials and published my own magazine. As a matter of fact the magazine alone was so successful that I opened a new store every year for the first three years of operation. It turned out to bear more fruit than I could have ever imagined. The funny thing is that it did so much more than I originally intended it to.

“An educated man can find what he seeks, but a wise man seeks what he finds.”

What started off as a simple advertising journal turned into an informative and well read magazine shortly after the first issue appeared in the “Take One” baskets of local pharmacies and supermarkets throughout southern New England. Two things created a stir in the market. First, I included an article about a local customer in every issue. This created a certain element of competition. Enthusiasts wanted to be included in the magazine. It became somewhat of a big deal to have a spread of photos and a description of what was done to the vehicle in the magazine. After all, I published ten thousand at a time and never had extras. The next thing was the technical section. Remember the algebra? Well, I wrote a full article that solved the mystery of plus sizing for everyone. I laid it out in the simplest of terms; algebraic formula and all. This led to a rush of customers who wanted to go from their factory wheel size to the largest they could tuck under their fender well. We offered them fitment without fear! With this knowledge in hand and the wisdom to know what to do with it; we quickly became the largest auto accessories store in the state and the only one to stock custom wheels and performance tires.

As we look back over our lives we all have had experiences similar to this. Some on a smaller scale and others on a higher, but I am positive that this has happened to all of us at sometime and in some way. The key is to never be afraid to learn something new.

“Selective knowledge constrains wisdom.”

We must be as adventurous in obtaining knowledge as we are with experiencing life. By reading a book we would not ordinarily read, seeing a film we would not usually consider or by listening to music we otherwise would never choose opens the door to the benefits of a vast array of experiences. How do we expect to successfully debate someone on any given topic without totally understanding their platform? The truth is we can’t.

“Knowledge comes in a case; not a box.”

It is a shame that we exert so much time in argument while ignoring and denying the wisdom gained from an open mind. If only we would truly explore the beliefs of others we could quickly accelerate to the next level of our mutual existence. Instead of concentrating on what is different about us we should be relishing in the beauty of what we all have in common with one another. After all, we are the All and the One.

“Wisdom is not being afraid to explore information that may be contradictory to our beliefs.”

Human Beings are created in the image and likeness of the ultimate Being; God! He does not make mistakes. We are not errors! How could perfection create imperfection? It could not and would not. We are created to create and to experience that which is created. The truth is in our Being. Being is God!

“Buy the truth, and sell it not; also wisdom, and instruction, and understanding”. Proverbs 23:23

I encourage All to release ourselves from the bonds of our previous perceptions and truly look into studying the Word with a clean slate. Over the years movies, television and a vast array of other media have painted an abstract picture of all that we are and all that we are created to be. Let’s face it much of what we think we know has been obtained from the word of others and not from the Word Itself. Very few have taken the time to truly verify what they have heard.

He that hath ears to hear, let him hear. –Matthew 11:15

In faith always,

Ron Ash

Changing Our Course

Often there will be times in our lives when we will get the strong feeling that there is really no remedy for our current situation. We may feel that there is nothing we can do to improve it and we may as well just throw in the towel and admit defeat. To continue on seems to be futile. In this we favor rolling up in some remote corner of the room in the fetal position and wait to die.

Hey, we tried our hardest. Everyday we got up went to work and continued to do what we had to do. It was nothing more and nothing less than what was required to stay right where we are, but we did it. Sometimes we gave a little extra effort, but for the most part we lacked consistency. Now we are exactly where we are and have no one to blame for it besides ourselves. We never built momentum in our quest for success.

How often have we passed on doing the little extra things that got tossed onto our plate? How many times did we fail to make those phone calls, check those want ads or do anything else to possibly improve the lives of which we live in despair? How many times did we fail to act? Are we constantly exhibiting indecisiveness, laziness or just constantly changing our minds; bouncing off walls. Perhaps we would get a little momentum going but just decided to coast without exerting any more energy into the ride.

We are where we are because we made choices that contributed to bringing us here. Sometimes we chose to act and many times we chose not to. Often we decided to react and other times we rationalized not to. Either way, our lives are a direct result of the choices we have been making all our lives.

So since this is the case in the lives of a good eighty percent of our lives let’s make a decision to start making better choices right now. The first step is to take an inventory of everything we have to be grateful for. Take out a blank piece of paper and right everything down. Don’t forget to include all the necessities of life as well as the things that we could live without. Next, on a separate piece of paper write down all the people that we are thankful to have as a part of our lives and why these relationships mean so much to us. On another sheet we must put down all the knowledge, skills and abilities we have been gifted with, have earned or developed.

Sheet# 1
1. Food
2. Shelter
3. Clothes
4. Water
5. Health
6. Clean air
7. Heat
8. Hot water
9. Plumbing
10. Electricity
11. Car
12. Cable TV
13. Cell phone
14. Microwave
15. Coffee maker
16. Dishwasher

Sheet#2
1. Spouse
2. Children
3. Parent
4. Sister
5. Brother
6. Aunt
7. Uncle
8. Grandparent
9. Coworker
10. Friend
11. Mentor
12. Teacher
13. Friend
14. Pet
15. Counselor
16. Lover

Sheet#3
1. Painting
2. Carpentry
3. Auto repair
4. Draw
5. Sing
6. Instrument
7. Idea man
8. Writer
9. Counselor
10. Director
11. Speaker
12. Cameraman
13. Swimmer
14. Computer
15. Driver
16. Biker

Although these lists are very short they do allow us to get started in taking ourselves in a whole new direction. I am sure that just writing down the few that we have has already elevated our vibrations to some extent. Getting our vibrations up as high as we can is crucial to us moving forward in our journey to be all that we are created to be. Concentrating wholly on what we have, and, not on what we don’t is the greatest way to accomplish this goal.

Now the energy can more easily flow in the direction we want it to. The next thing we need to figure out is, “Where do we want to be?” Often it takes knowing what we don’t want to find out what we want, but we must be very careful not to concentrate on the things we don’t want. Contrast is good, but if we marry the unwanted experience it will become difficult to break free. As we concentrate on the things that we don’t want in our lives they will begin to manifest as quickly as we assign the corresponding emotions to them.

Taking the time to write down everything that we want and being as specific as possible about our wants will help the most. As we do this we will be better able to paint a picture of exactly what this will look like, but this exercise is so much more than seeing. We must feel all the emotions associated with living the life that we want right now.

Mastering the manipulation of our emotions will be the key in pivoting our direction. We must commune with the higher self, our soul and spirit which are created in the image of God. We do this by impressing our subconscious or lower self with the idea that we already have all that we desire. In doing so, by affirmations and visualization we have caused a rift in the current of energy and have begun to change the course of the river. Picture that in your mind. Can you see the shift?

It is from within us that changes without us occur. We are becoming a magnetic force for change which is attracting like energy. Whether we concentrate on the good or the bad, that energy will attract more of the same. The energies we employ correspond directly to the synergies we receive. This is a recipe for abundance! The river is now working for us instead of against us.

I remember buying a small round swimming pool for my kids when they were little. We loved that pool. I paid $179 for the frame, liner, filter and accessories. It lasted for years too. Anyway, we would walk in a circle following each other around the outer walls of the pool. The more we moved in any one direction around the stronger the current would flow. Our concentration was on going in the same direction. As we continued to move faster the current became faster until eventually it was pulling us around the pool. Once the whirlpool became strong enough we would just lay back and enjoy the ride. Swimming against it was futile for we had already set our course in motion.

If we stood still in the pool or all went off in different directions we would have never experienced the momentum which was built. We would either waste our time wadding water or just expend our energy without achieving any positive results. A house divided cannot stand and a pool divided will not flow.

We must increase the strength of our vibration and make it as positive as possible by being grateful for all that we are and all that we have. It is imperative that we concentrate our energies on a single purpose and set the river’s current in that direction. As the momentum builds our energies will increase and the facilitation of our affirmations and visualizations will beget our manifestation.

In faith always,

Ron Ash

Get Our Hopes Up

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The death of a flower is only an illusion. It is this transformation that produces the seed. Hope is our flower. Faith is our seed. Love is our sustenance.

Many times in our lives we are tempted to protect ourselves and others from the pain we associate with what we perceive to be our failures or what we perceive as that which could be the failures of others. We so readily go into this protective mode of operandi in order to save ourselves or those we love from the experience of heartache, the grips of misfortune and the bounds of fear. It is only through the submission to these pangs of nothingness that we can indeed fail to be. You see this is a goal that will only serve to keep us from trying, inhibiting us from moving forward and save us from realizing our potential for being.

We must be proactive in our being! In welcoming the experience we allow ourselves to transform transition and transpire. Our ascension is a process which involves experience. From doing comes experience and from experience comes wisdom and from wisdom comes fulfillment. This is our purpose, our meaning and the essence of all that we are created to be.

Sometimes we will trip. There are times when we will fall. These are but simple and honest errors in judgment. In these are the lessons and experiences of life which give us the tools to move on and the understanding to conquer our greatest challenges, to heel our deepest hurts and to forgive the most horrid atrocities. It was the first trip that taught us to look before we leap. Was it not the first fall that taught us to prepare for impact by putting our hands out in front of us? The first time we chose what was wrong because it felt so right and were thrust into the chaos which was a direct result of the choice which enabled us to reach the ultimate wisdom brought forth from the experience. It is often our failures that teach us the most valuable of life’s lessons.

“If I find 10,000 ways something won’t work, I haven’t failed. I am not discouraged, because every wrong attempt discarded is another step forward”-Thomas Edison

So my friends’ failure is not really failure at all. In error comes enlightenment. Our journey is infinite and many of our greatest achievements will be things that we may have otherwise considered mistakes. Many of the greatest inventions, cures and discoveries of all that we interpret as time have been birthed while searching, experimenting and attempting an unrelated action. An educated man can find what he seeks, but a wise man seeks what he finds.

Wisdom is our freedom! Living is motion and motion requires emotion. Sometimes it requires joy, but often it requires pain. Our heart will grow stronger as we exercise our power to choose and our soul will be energized in direct correlation to the power of our experience. These will expand and contract continually and ever so increasingly in the establishment of our infinitely developing being. It is in these spiritual exercises that we are further prepared for our ascension.

What is to wither away will wither away. This is but a requirement of growth and transformation. Letting go of the past will relinquish the seed of our future. In this seed rests more beauty, greater love and endless possibilities. To attempt to go back to what no longer exists is futile. There is no hope in a flower that has already relinquished its seed.

How many times in our lives have we been told not to get our hopes up? Looking back, has this ever served us well? It may have protected us from hurt and sheltered us from emotion, but it has never gifted us with promise, hope and wisdom. It is a cold hard fact that the non experience has burst our hopes wide open and rendered the seed unjustified. In not trying we have ceased the pursuit of the Promise and turned our noses up at hope. We have dreamed with hope of an incredibly beautiful flower yet ever so callously walked away from our duties to the seed. To sow without tending is a travesty and a sin against the soil.

Let’s get our hopes up and keep them up! Let’s challenge our perception of who we are and leap forward into our being! Why should we give our power of being to the lived? We can only choose to move forward without fear and scream, “Be gone from me Ego. I chose not to relinquish my sustenance to the one who is but a tool used to defile my seed! I Am that I Am and all that I Am created to be. Not in perceived failure or in self adoring glorification will I give into thee?”

We must persist! Once we master one level it is up to us to accept the challenges that will carry us to the next. Wadding water will never get us anything but tired, bored, depressed and possibly eaten alive. We must have hope, move forward in faith and nourish ourselves with love if we are to experience the joy of being.

Don’t get our hopes up? By every means necessary we must aspire to get our hopes up as high as we can because when we do this hope will guide us. Getting our hopes up is a requirement of success! As we see this shinning city high upon a hill we will be drawn towards it. Our energies will conspire to facilitate our goals! It is from our thinking that our being manifests.

In faith always,

Ron Ash

Perception of Emotion

I find it so very interesting how a simple comment can be taken in different ways by different people. There is much to be learned from the reactions to words and phrases and compound scenarios. It is truly through our perceptions in the eye that which we see that the truth is revealed if not to us, but to others. For it is by our reaction, rebuttal and tunneled discord that we relinquish what it is we see in our own eye, in our own heart and by our very soul.

What course of thought have we plotted by our own emotions? Reactions vary greatly to various stimuli, yet it is in what has been preconceived that we react in one way or the other. Do we have the habit of taking the low road or do we adamantly pursue higher reason? Is the light that we shine on others just a cast reflection of the one which shines on us?

Most recently I experience two independent incidents which exhibited the possibilities of varied perceptions. Each in which the sender sent forth the vibration which was decoded by the receiver in a way which was not a correct assumption. You see, these assumptions were highly based on the negative view they had of another.

In all fairness I must admit, although my intuition tells me otherwise, that the second incident was presented in a way in which the receiver could have been honestly professing his emotional perceptions. However, it seems more likely that his initial perceptions were indeed favoring or at the very least highly considering the negative rather than the positive intentions of the sender.

The most interesting was the reaction to the man in the first scenario for in this instance he truly was emotionally empathetic to what he perceived as a negative comment of a women who he seems to hold very dear to his heart. This is obviously a close friend who he values a great deal and did not want to see hurt in any way. Yet, if we look closely we can see that his reaction was largely paced on the perceptions that the women may have of herself. Through their friendship I would assume that there have been a multitude of times where she may have voiced her uneasiness about and aspect of her physical being or perhaps a deeper social stigma which has affected her Ego.

As I perused through my friends web site I came across an incredible picture of a mutual friend of ours. The photo was romantically lighted with a soft warming light. She sat alone at a bar as her spirit emitted a brilliant glow. Her hair was amazing and her outfit was spectacular. Everything about the image fit perfectly in to the scene. What an incredible backdrop for such a flattering photo. I thought to myself, “If seeing a women like that is not enough to break ones concentration than I don’t know what is.”

Highly affected by the photo and happy to see my friend looking so well I decided to post a comment under the photo. “Is she what caused your bike to come out from under you?” Several days earlier he was in an accident while riding his motorcycle. Basically, he was distracted, the rear wheel of the bike locked up and he went down. Thankfully he was ok, but the bike was slightly damaged. The response to my comment was a complete surprise, “That was a (insert expletive) thing to say.” This is where I could see that a miscommunication had been made.

We all have this little receiver in our heads and hearts. Like a cable television box it decodes and descrambles the signals it receives. It allows us to tune into the channels and programs we wish to see, hear and experience. Some love to view scary movies that ignite emotions like fear and surprise and others like to view comedies that make them laugh and feel happy emotions. Love stories are also another way that viewers experience emotions of happiness, joy and a deeper fulfillment inside.

Did you ever notice laughter during a horror movie, anger and tears during a comedy sketch or frustration and malice from someone viewing a love story? Well I am positive just about everyone has, but why is this the case? We relate emotionally to our own perceptions. Laughing during a horror movie could be the result of viewing what we perceive as ridiculous or just the way we deal with our darkest fears. Negative emotions during a comedy sketch could be derived from the experience we have had in the past or present that hit a soft spot and thus enable our Ego to bring us down the path of negative emotion and create a lesser consciousness. Perhaps we think everyone sees us in this light and the comedian is embarrassing us by his words and actions thus casting the light of insult upon us. Adding insult to injury is the most common phrase referring to this scenario. Love stories can make us feel the most wonderful heartfelt emotions of joy, wholeness, togetherness, love, hope and happiness. We shed tears of joy and relate on the highest level of consciousness to the characters in the film. However, if we just experienced a bad breakup or are involved in a relationship which lacks the elements being exhibited our Ego can make us view only the negative aspects of what we see and cause us to be repulsed by what others find attractive. It is our perception and the emotions that govern them that create our consciousness.

In the case of my friends a reality was created based on self consciousness. The women viewed her physical being in a negative light and her friend viewed her in the reflection of that same light. In their combined perceptions they decoded the statement that I made to fit their own preconceived conception or what they continually experience as their reality. To them it was not the positive aspects of the women which caused the accident, but instead it was what they perceived as her negative physical features that they thought I was referring to. As I was seeing through God’s eyes they were seeing through the eyes of their own Ego.

“She gave this name to the Lord who spoke to her: ‘You are the God who sees me,’ for she said, ‘I have now seen the One who sees me.'” – Genesis 16:13

The second incident was only a few day latter. I had been called into a meeting concerning my participation in the development of social media champagne for a company I have been working with for about five months. It seemed that they had jumped into the world of social media without really considering what affect it would have in regards to conflicting with their current doctrine. The premise of the conversation was “can we truly participate in social media and still maintain the necessary boundaries which are crucial to the success of our organization and the protection of our clients?’

Well, toward the end of the meeting something which I wrote in a letter to human resources was brought up. The Vice President of Programs mentioned to me that I should be more careful in how I choose my words. I had stated that I felt a position in the company would be opening up soon and that I was confident in my abilities to accomplish the tasks involved in the position and would be able to greatly increase the efficiency of that program. He said, “If I did not know you I would think that was a dig at the person who currently holds that position.” I answered, “I go a lot on feeling and I am very intuitive. There was a time that I would hide that fact, but that time is gone.”

What did I learn from his statement? He does not think highly of the person who currently holds that position. His perception has created this reality for him. All outside stimuli is thus interpreted by him as negative affirmation which all coincided with his experiences which have ignited his emotions and created the reality which he perceives. In this he has chosen the lower path of consciousness via lesser emotion and disregarded that of the higher consciousness.

The Ego initially had blinded him to the other possibilities which exist. There is more than one way for a position to open in a company. It just so happened, not so coincidentally, that I went to check my corporate email after the meeting and found this very interesting message from the company CEO.

Dear Friends and Colleagues:

It is with mixed emotions that I announce the retirements today of xxx, xxx Director of Program Planning and xxx, Administrative Assistant at the xxx facility. Both of these employees have been with xxx and xxx for more than twenty-five years and during that time have influenced and changed many lives. xxx by designing innovative programs that were responsive to market demands and xxx who for many years represented a pathway to recovery for xxx residents. We will miss all that they do for our company and our community.
xxx is looking to do some travelling with his wife xxx and xxx is looking to spend time in xxx with her family. I am sure you join me in wishing them both a healthy and enjoyable retirement.

XXX

My intuition spoke out to me once again. It would not take the firing of an employee to open up the position I spoke of. Instead it would take the retirement of two upper level employees, to create a corporate current that would bring everyone up a few more steps in the hierarchy of the organization. I love when I speak out without fear about my Gifts and add to a sea of witness!

Perhaps it is by our own views and our own actions that we are blinded to the truth within. As we are created in the image of the most high we are perfect. As we concentrate on the negative and give into Ego we set the stage for our own destruction. We concentrate with all our being on what we perceive as physical flaws while looking outside of ourselves for reassurance and miss the path to a higher consciousness. We settle for only what we can see, feel and touch in place of what exists down deep in our souls. Here lies the Truth of our Being absent of the perceptions of Ego. Blinded by our own misconceptions and false perceptions we become frozen with key in hand unable to unlock the door.

Then they struck the men who were at the door of the house, young and old, with blindness so that they could not find the door. -Genesis 19:11 (New International Version)

In faith always,

Ron Ash