January was filled with miracles, as it was my 39th birthday just recently. Here is my Pinterest board on my birthday wish to spend some great quality time with some great friends by enjoying an outdoor picnic at a local oyster farm in Inverness, CA.
:: At the foot of the shore of a local oyster farm at Inverness, CA::
This month of January 2013 was a special time for me as I progress through my transformations in my life transitions. As a continuation to the Ninna Lu blog series of Soul Feed: Transformations, I wanted to write about a blog post on my willingness to forgive. If you missed the first blog post on this blog series, you can find it here. As a student miracle worker, I learn from the spiritual guru herself, Gabrielle Bernstein, which is by the way, now a New York Times best-selling author as of today for her book called, "May Cause Miracles". In order to become a student miracle worker, I must also be a miracle teacher. As Gabby taught us "Spirit Junkies" to teach others, we need to be our own miracle teacher and spread the word on having a miracle-mindset, for everyone's sake.
But I still once in a while still struggle along the way as I go through my very own personal issues, being one of them is the willingness to forgive and to stop enduring my anger. I am still searching for that miracle mind-set of overcoming the difficult path of being unforgiving. Anger is not a trait that should be endured in one's daily life. To try to pursue and resolve personal issues when one is completely out of that miracle-mindset is a daunting circle. Anger just brings in more difficulty and the choice to get along with each other is blinded by more experience in the difficulty of one's anger.
I do choose love even in the toughest times in my life. My transformation is the willingness to forgive through choosing love over fear. ~ marissa