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11 Spiritual Truths That Make Life Worth Living

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11 Spiritual Truths that Make Life Worth Living

1. We are spiritual beings on a human journey.

We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience. Everyone is walking a spiritual path, whether they are consciously aware of it or not. Often times people will reflect on when they “started walking a Spiritual Path” or “when I had my Spiritual awakening”…. but I often joke— What was your spirit doing while you were up walking around?! Because if your Spirit had been somewhere else, or was gone altogether, you wouldn’t have been up walking around to arrive at the place where you became conscious of your own spiritual nature.

When have you ever been without your spirit? Who were you before you were spiritual— haven’t you always been both human and Spirit?

2. Our soul knows the way to fulfill our destiny.

Our destiny is to remember who we really are, an energy being of light and love. Energy is who we are, love is where we came from, love is where we return to when we die.

The body expresses and houses the soul for a short period of time, called life, it is the Angel to the Soul while here on earth. At one point in my own spiritual journey, I thought of the Soul as residing in the body, as if the Soul was a little point of light somewhere at the center of my core. But as my awareness has deepened, I understand that the Soul is a much larger energy that reaches out and extends beyond the body into time and space, it is much larger and greater than where the body resides. So I have come to think of the body living within the Soul and the Soul extending beyond the body into the world. The Soul is a timeless energy, where as the body is of this world, this time, this place. The Soul carries the wisdom of our experiences, across time and space, into other dimensions (as we understand them here on earth), and even other worlds.

The light all around you is your Spirit, this is the energy and light of your Soul animated in this plane of time and space— your life! Your Soul is a great light and energy, one that exists beyond time and space, it is all at once the tiniest point of light in the darkness and the entire Light of all there is. You can draw the light of your Spirit and your Soul into the body with your breath or your focus and attention.

It is the Soul that knows the map and geography of your destiny in this body. When you believe that your Spirit knows, and your Soul has the map of your future, then, when you trust your Spirit, you begin to experience blessing that you require to fulfill your Soul’s purpose. You can trust there is a part of you that knows the way, and where to take you along your journey, but more importantly how you need to get there.

3. Everything is energy.

It’s sometimes easy to forget that everyone and everything is connected. There is no distance between you and the closest rock, the ground underneath your feet, or the person in the car that just went zooming by. Everyone has a spark of Light, deep within, waiting to be fanned by the flame of awakening. There is wisdom in your emotions, they are trying to tell you something, they are trying to get your attention to remind you of who you really are and why you came here.

All living things on earth have consciousness, even rocks and trees. The poet Rumi put it beautifully when he wrote, “Consciousness sleeps in minerals, dreams in plants, wakes up in animals, and becomes self-aware in humans.” Everything has awareness, even if it’s silent or expresses itself in different languages. Just as blossoms on a flower open at their own pace, so too, our souls mature and become aware of their own energy at different times. Everyone and everything is opening to its own awareness on its own timing.

Our bodies, our emotions, our breath, our movements, are all energy and we can begin to understand and be guided by the energies in our lives by sensing the energies and learning how to interpret these feelings. It’s through our focus and attention, movement, emotions and breath that we engage with the world all around us and begin to learn to move the energies. If we choose to center our awareness on any of these things, or all of them, we can help to light the spark of awareness within us that knows we are all connected and can show us the way our Soul has planned for us in this lifetime.

4. We have direct access to our knowingness at all times.

So many of us are afraid of being with ourselves, alone, without distraction. But how can we even know our truth, unless we slow down, and begin to listen to our inner world? When we fear knowing who we really are, we sidestep our own destiny, which leaves us abandoned and desolate in a barren land of our own making. Each of us is here to give something that only we can offer, and when we avoid knowing ourselves, we end up living numb, passionless lives, disconnected from our soul's true purpose.

Dark nights lead to a death of what is known to us and an ultimate birthing of something entirely new. They are not something to be avoided, they are in fact part of the essential process of coming into our awareness as Spiritual beings in our human bodies. Our Souls embodied in this life to grow and expand and cultivate greater capacity for love. Dark nights require tremendous courage to survive, we may quite literally feel like we are dying, and that is in-fact partially true. Our old way of seeing and relating to the world has died, maybe suddenly and unexpectedly, which leaves us crushed in the wake of its leaving. We may mourn this death for sometime, but what we are not to do, is get lost in the darkness. Darkness has its teachings, with our new born eyes and new perceptions we are being guided to new understandings of ourselves and to deepen our relationship to the world around us.

When the inner walls of your Soul’s home are plastered with advertisements, commercials, and the judgments and opinions of everyone you are connected to on social media, turning inward can be a crowded place with not a lot of support for being your true self. Quieting your world so that you can hear and sense your own truth requires that you become conscious of how you spend your time and energy, where you spend your time and energy, and with whom you spend your time and energy.

5. Our words are powerful.

Words are seeds. Words are power. Every time you say a word a seed is planted in yourself, others, and the world. This seed will grow as you continue to use those words. This reminder indicates that it is important to reflect on whether you wish to plants seeds that create sabotaging thoughts, fear, or hate or whether you wish to plant seeds that create hope, love, and inspiration.

How you use words and language indicates your belief systems about the world, and your belief system determines whether you are creator or victim, powerful or disempowered. When we focus on changing our negative self talk or self deprecating tendencies we can begin to live from our highest potential.

There are many ways that we can use words to create blessings, prayers are the words of power we speak aloud or in our hearts when we wish to connect with our highest Self or our connection to all things. It is important to remember that the words we use in our daily life make a difference in what we create for ourselves and for the planet.

6. Healing comes from within you.

Curing is the business of traditional medicine, but healing comes from deep within you. As part of our human journey, we have signed up and agreed to experience numerous challenging cycles in life. Thus, we are always about to enter or are in the process of a transformative cycle of death and rebirth in some area of our life as part of the path of our unique destiny. And as part of our human journey, we each experience numerous cycles of death and rebirth…

What you are seeking is seeking you.

Our heart’s desires are divine impulses meant to motivate us, guide us and inspire us to become the greatest expressions of who we can be. For many of us, these deepest desires have become buried beneath the debris of painful experiences, negative interpretations, fear and resignation. We are often unable to hear, respond to and be fueled by their messages, nudges and prompts to step out of the comfort of the known and into our highest selves.

While challenges are unavoidable and not necessarily a bad thing — it is the place from which we engage these cycles, that determines how difficult it becomes, how long it lasts, and whether we transform the darkness of confusion and pain into the light of new potential and new life… Life is not random, your experiences are meaningful — even your painful experiences— all experiences are a call to the remembering of our Soul’s wisdom.

Most of our major problems, social and environmental, could be solved if enough people shift to a new way of being — a way of being that is true to our own unique reason for being alive at this time and understand how we may offer our gifts to the up leveling of human consciousness and come into harmony with every living thing on planet earth, and the earth itself.

7. Time is an illusion.

The future exists only in our imaginations. Our souls exist in a place of “no time”. Time is part of our human experience of life on this earth, as is aging and the grace that comes with the passing of time. Going within is the key to returning to the place of “no time” where all the answers lie. When you surrender to a higher wisdom and higher goal, the divine plan of your life will unfold, naturally in perfect timing.

Because of our Spiritual and physical makeup, the present is the only point from which the past or the future can be changed, the point of the present is the only place where any action can become effective towards a different reality. I am not speaking metaphorically, in the most intimate of terms, your past and future are modified by your present reactions.

8. We are never alone.

We could not exist here without our Spirit. Who is the one breathing your breath? Is that you? Who is behind the breath? Where does the energy of your being come from the breath, or the life behind the breath? We are always connected to our higher selves, and have the help from the Ancestors, our Spirit Guides, and the energies who made agreements with our Souls to help steer us on the path toward the goal of awakening to love. They are always with us and are waiting patiently for us to ask for help. We live in a state of free will and so they cannot interfere with our free will, but if we ask with intention for our highest good they do have creative ways of helping guide us on our path in perfect timing.

Most guidance comes from within— through a process of intuition and listening, sometimes you may hear a voice that sounds wiser than your own, or you may get an idea in your head that seems inspired. These messages can be subtle or loud, but neither or more or less powerful than the other. It is important to hone your intuition and hearing so that you can hear your internal guidance that is leading the way to the answer of your prayers. 

Messages can also come from other people, in words that they speak or gestures that remind us of someone or something important to us, messages can also be received through seemingly random acts of coincidence, a billboard sign, a magazine left open on a table with words that speak directly to your heart, and also from nature all around us.

9. The unlived life is the greatest loss.

Self doubt and fear can hold many of us trapped for years and years, and never allow you to change. If you want to create the life you want to experience then you need to begin to tap into your inner wisdom and learn to source your unique power and soul gifts.

However, it is a myth that we figure it out first and then we move on what we know. I spent years saying: If I just knew what I was supposed to be doing, I'd be doing it. And so I spent years, waiting for my life to begin... It was not until I started doing things that made me feel alive, like I was really living, and life was worth living that everything began to change. Not because I knew how it was going to go from there, or even where I was going to go, or where I was going to end up, but my "life purpose" began to reveal itself underneath my feet and the path that I was walking began to make sense, one step at a time... one step, then another, then another.

The greatest loss is the unlived life. We are sent into the world to live to the fullest and experience everything that comes toward us and everything that awakens us. It is said that our desires are the keys to unlock our unique destiny. What we seek is causing us to seek.

10. We are not responsible to convince others of our own truth.

Understanding what it means to love, ourselves and others, and becoming more loving is the most important thing we can do as humans. We come from a source of unconditional love and light, it is the spark from this source that brings us into being, and that we carry within ourselves. We are part of source and can never be disconnected from that infinite source of love and light from where we came and where we will return. We only cover it over and forget our true essence and nature, learning to love ourselves unconditionally is the key to returning to our natural state of being. Forgiveness becomes the power that frees your heart from that moment on. We are love and therefore we are that we seek.

You don’t have to convince anyone of who you are. You don’t have to convince anyone of anything, they too are a spiritual being. Becoming a lighthouse of your own truth is the best medicine for yourself, for those around you, and for the world. Silently bless the world with your love and light wherever you go and to whomsoever you meet. This way, whether anyone is interested in your spiritual journey or not, they won’t be able to avoid benefiting from your radiance and who you are being in the world.

11. Love is why we're here.

Before you arrived here, the dream of your individuality was carefully planned. You were sent in the shape of destiny in which you would be able to express the special gift that you and only you can bring to the world. If someone else could fulfill your destiny, then they would be in your place, and you would not be here.

Sometimes your life may involve suffering and pain that can neither be accounted for nor explained. I've learned that forgiveness is the gateway to a more expansive life and the way to joy. Happiness is usually the result of having a meaningful life, not what makes life worth living in itself. I am learning that death is just as much a process, with its own unique time frame and cycle, as is life—with it’s own unique process and own unique rhythms ... I believe we all go through cycles of dying and being reborn again. There is a space in between these cycles that feels like emptiness, or sometimes like being lost... but if we know this is just part of the process and that we are being emptied in order to be filled again, then we don’t have to feel so afraid.

Every-thing and every-one is connected and comes from an infinite source of love. When we understand this, we can begin to fathom why we are where we are and how to change our circumstances, in turn by transforming our own lives we offer new energy to the world around us that shapes and reforms not just our own life, but the world’s destiny.

We are born of love, made of energy, and connected by luminous and spiritual web of divine making.


It is said that the soul's journey is to whatever creates more love, or a greater capacity to love and receive love...

With each step on the path of purpose and new wave of experiences, I feel that to be true, I continue to love more fully and deeply than I knew was possible or that I was ever capable of....

Our life purpose is to use our own personal transformation to help transform society. In exploring deeply our own divinity and purposeful gifts, one can find the guidance and resources to bring to life the most extraordinary of dreams. May you find the courage to listen to your soul's calling and the strength to walk your path of purpose.


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Chloë Rain is the Founder of Explore Deeply and the Explore Deeply Movement. She is a Spiritual Teacher & Intuitive Guide.

Chloë has had the pleasure of working with women and men all over the globe to learn to source their inner power, deepen their relationship to self love, and experience greater fulfillment, so they can enjoy the happiness they have always wanted, and have confidence and joy in their lives, relationships, and finances.

Many of her clients find that their relationships and careers shift dramatically in new and exciting ways after doing this work, creating freedom and fulfillment in their personal and professional lives. To find out more about working with Chloë go → here.

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Breath & Time

Books, Life Lessons, Meditation, PoetryJohn O'DonohueComment
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TIME IS ONE OF the most haunting things about human life. There is no one immune to it. We are all subjects of time. It gives us our possibilities; it gives us our lives. When we run out of time, life is over. Time is fascinating. It has hidden depths. The fourteenth-century philosopher and mystic Meister Eckhart was enthralled by the idea of time and its relation to eternity. He believed that we cannot consider God in any chronological time frame. The calendar is no guide to the divine ground. God is not subject to the linearity of human time. Everything in God subsists in the most radical nowness. God is Nowness. But since we are mortal and material, all time is for us either prior or subsequent moment.

For the human being, time constellates itself in past, present and future. This threefold time frame governs the life of all human beings. Some people remain prisoners of the past. Its burdens and mistakes haunt them. They remain bound to the past in negative terms of regret, anger, remorse or bitterness. There are others who are bound to the time that is not yet here, to the time that is not yet real--the future. They remain continually anxious about what will happen or what might fail to happen. Very few people seem to manage to live in the present. Few inhabit the present moment or tune into the Now.

The only time we have is the time that is now. The present time is the only real time. The Eastern tradition has been helpful in drawing our attention to breathing as the activity of gathering presence toward attention. The focus on the breath brings attention. In your breathing you make the present presence for yourself. The secret of your identity lies not in the time that you have lost, nor in the time that lies ahead of you. The secret and substance of your identity is hidden in the time you have here and now.

In meditation you try to let go of the past. You try to stop being anxious about the future. You focus on and enjoy the time that you have now. When you are stressed and burdened by things, it is liberating to tune into the present, to enter into the deeper rhythm of your being. At a deeper level, time is but eternity living dangerously. To sense this latent eternity changes one's experience in subtle ways.

The art of breathing is used also in the control of pain. If you have severe pain, you can distract yourself through the art of breathing. Many women in pre-natal classes learn the art of breathing as a way of controlling the severe and savage pains of childbirth.

Breath as Prayer

ONE OF THE OLDEST words for God in the Hebrew scriptures is the word "Ruach" which also means breath. Even in early Greek Stoic philosophy the fundamental concept of Spirit was rendered by the word "Pneuma," which could also mean air. In the Buddhist tradition breathing as the art of coming into the presence of the divine was a sacred and liturgical activity. In the Bible there is the lovely story of Elijah who was waiting for God. First there came a storm, but God was not in the storm. Then a wind came, but God was not in the wind. Finally, a breeze came and God was in the gentle breeze. This is a lovely recognition of God as breath and tenderness.

One of the most exciting metaphors for the Holy Spirit is that the Holy Spirit is like the wind that blows where it will. This is a radical insight into a Judaic world that was bowed down under the weight of rampant legalism. There were hundreds of rules which wearied the conduct of life. Without this perspective on the society in which Jesus worked, we will fail to appreciate how subversive his vision and presence actually were. It would be like coming to live in a society run by the ultra right who bring their cold metallic concern to bear on issues. They have the tendency to rigidify all natural things; they attempt to turn that which is instinctive into that which is deliberate.

One of the terrible deficiencies of most fundamentalism is that the actuality and spontaneity become frozen. The flow and risk of life get totally managed and programed into categories. Jesus, the young stonemason, came into this atrophied territory and deconstructed it from the inside. He did not undertake this in any deliberate or programatic way. But any place he appeared, his presence became a challenge. In terms of the etymology of the word "crisis," he forced them to make decisions either for or against him. For minds caught in this heavy, deadening world of legalism he made a clearance. The Spirit blows where it will is a kind of hymn to spontaneity.

The Spontaneous is a vital spiritual force. There could be a new theology written from the perspective of spontaneity. The spontaneous has a secret kinship with the unknown; like the unknown it lacks predictability and is surprising. It plays a crucial role in the mysticism of Meister Eckhart. When the soul comes into full union with God, this is a spontaneous event and can be in no way programed. The soul and the spirit live without a why. At this depth there can be no ideology or program. The idiom of control does not reach this order of being. Both spirit and soul have an organic rhythm. Real holiness consists then in letting oneself be in a wholesome way at this level of affinity.

It is interesting to consider the Trinity from this perspective. The Father has no origin. It is the Father who gives birth to the Son; the technical theological term here is "generatio." The Father and the Son together give rise to the Holy Spirit. The technical theological term here is "spiratio." This means breathing. The word in German is Hauchung; this sound captures nicely the flow of breath. In considering the air as element, it is fascinating that the emergence of the Holy Spirit is an act of breathing by the other two divine persons. The Holy Spirit is then as far from the hand-clapping image of charismatics as Kilimanjaro is from Caherbeanna.

The Holy Spirit has incredible density and depth to it. It is the spiritual force that keeps the Trinity together; it holds together the divine tension within the Trinity. If the Holy Spirit were subtracted from the Trinity it would collapse, Father and Son helplessly falling into one another. The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of depth and intimacy, the Spirit of belonging and the Spirit of space and distance.

Given this profound and penumbral nature of the Holy Spirit, it is no wonder in the Christian tradition that the Holy Spirit has always been recognized as the side of God that is most immediate to us.

In all sacramental theology the power and presence of God in the soul and community is the active presence of the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is never here on a private safari of its own; it always brings the Trinity together with it. The Holy Spirit is the face of the Trinity as it touches us. The intimacy of this nearness coheres nicely with breathing as the key divine attribute of the Holy Spirit.

The Holy Spirit is also the spirit of excitement, the spirit of creativity. If we look at the Incarnation we find a gnawing question which has to do with the different levels of presence in the Incarnation. Given that Jesus, the stonemason, was the second person of the Trinity, was the Trinity then redundant above while he was down here in Nazareth? No. It is the Holy Spirit who was keeping the connection between our human time and eternal time mediated; so the Holy Spirit played a central role in the presence of the Incarnation. It is probably also the Holy Spirit who conveys the signature and secret shape of our souls to us. For it is here that the imprint of every human is to be found, here at the heart of the Trinity. It is out of this source that the idea of us emerged. The Holy Spirit is the immediacy and breath of God. The Holy Spirit is belonging. And all belonging and connection is an activity of the power and presence of the Holy Spirit.

We all breathe the same air. Air is the medium of interflow between all people. It is also the medium of interflow between person and nature. All plants breathe in the air; in this way the plant kingdom absorbs the ethos and the atmosphere of the planet. There is spirit in air.

I remember as a child that whenever my father left home he always paused at the door and inhaled a last deep breath before he went out. No one ever commented on this; nor was it ever explained. But it was as if he wanted to inhale some of the spirit of the family before he left us. It is for me a poignant image of leavetaking, the fragility and contingency of love.

One of the loveliest words in the English language is the word "inspiration." It signifies again the creative breath. It also has to do with spontaneity, with the arrival of the unexpected image or idea in the mind. Inspiration is the flash of connecting light that suddenly comes from elsewhere and illuminates.

There are certain people who work very committedly, who slog meticulously toward their goal, but without one stitch of inspiration.

Then there are inspired people who never get a line on their gift. They lack the patience and discipline to bring the possibilities within their gift to form. The ideal is when these two extremes come into balance in the life of the artist.

Prayer has to do with breathing. The way we were taught to pray was almost exclusively cerebral. We confined our prayer to inside the shell of the cranium. It is conceivable that one can have thousands of holy thoughts and holy words about God within one's mind and yet be totally away from God. Sometimes people pray the prayers that they have learned. Because these prayers are so often said by rote, the heavy ideology and perceptions that are hidden in their phrases are seldom noticed.

Prayer makes a clearance. It is the liberation of God from our hungers, needs and images. Prayer allows God to be God. And prayer also allows our secret selves to be themselves. This is a recommendation that Meister Eckhart makes again and again: be who you are. This is one of the great spiritual duties. It touches the fundamental crux of our identity. So many of us are so dragged away from the identity that we are; we are dragged out to all kinds of externality. We are chasing the wind and missing ourselves. A great spiritual axiom is: sit down, slow down and try to be who you are. If a person could be who they were, they would retain an inner coherence, regardless of the turbulence around them.

To pray is to come into presence. It is about leaving the heavy emotional, cognitive and ideological baggage outside the door. When you sit down and come into the presence it is then that you are most your self. This presence is the nearest thing to us.

While the great dramatic searches for God in new methods and modes of spirituality are admirable, one wonders how necessary they are. Simply by being still and silent, by coming into the stillness of your own heart, you will find the God that is waiting there within you for your arrival home.

In being your self completely, you clear the clutter and accretions that have formed around your emotions, spirit and mind. In being your self, your original essence can approach the place it came from, that is, God.

Maybe this is the ground for the union of which the mystics speak. God would no doubt love to unite with you as you are now, but there are some protrusions in his way; he cannot therefore embrace you completely. Prayer is about clearance. Prayer is attention and gathering. You attempt to free your self for this natural and primal union with God the Source.

Real attention is difficult. I remember hearing a spiritual teacher tell how he went off to the Orient to learn how to meditate. He found an exceptionally good teacher. For months and months he practiced meditation every day. The intention was to increase and intensify the quality of his attention. Each evening he would meet his teacher. He would report on his meditation. It was usually the uneventful accounts of losing concentration and then regaining it.

One day, however, was really special. He heard a bird singing. In his meditative stillness the birdsong was an incredible sound, it went through his body and his senses. He came back eagerly to report to his spiritual master.

The master listened carefully to his pupil's account and to its meditative detail. Then he asked: did you hear the song on the inward or on the outward breath? The man was unable to answer. He could not remember. Despite what he considered to be a great act of attention, he had not really listened with total attention.

One of the oldest meditation exercises is a simple breathing exercise. The morning is a good time to do this. You simply breathe the light into you. You imagine a bright light over your head. Then visually, using your breath, you bring that light slowly down through your body. Through your head, neck, shoulders, stomach, legs and out through your feet. You can imagine a refreshing light. This will fill your body with a sense of lightness. When you breathe out slowly, imagine that you are breathing out the darkness. Clods of heavy charcoal sadness can leave your soul on the outward breath.

One should not go out into a new day without first grounding, stilling and centering oneself in the light.

Breathing has its own rhythm. Breath comes in ebb and flow. Through breathing you come into rhythm with your self. At the end of the day, the only trustable metaphor for the inner world is the organic metaphor. The psyche is fundamentally organic. If you mind your self, your spirit will mind you.

Sometimes we are misled by the promises of gurus and systems outside ourselves. We believe that salvation can only come from outside. This is the great falsity of all colonization, be it territorial or spiritual. It robs the native land, or the native soul, of the sense of its own indigenous treasures and resources. Against all attempts at programs and methods, the great art of holiness is to let oneself be. To be natural is to be holy. But to be natural is not easy in our technological and distanced world. We need to re-discover and re-awaken our sense of instinct and the ancient rhythm that still sleeps in our souls.

Excerpt : “Four Elements: Reflections on Nature” by John O’Donohue

JOHN O’DONOHUE, was born in County Clare, Ireland, in 1956. A highly respected poet and philosopher, he lectured throughout Europe and America and wrote a number of popular books, including Anam Cara and To Bless the Space Between Us. He was born to a native Gaelic speaking family, on the farm inhabited by previous generations, and lived in a remote cottage in the west of Ireland until his untimely death in January 2008. Four Elements was published posthumously and is based on a series of papers he wrote on the elements of water, stone, air, and fire. The loss of his powerfully wise and lyrical voice is profoundly missed.

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Chloë Rain is the Founder of Explore Deeply and the Explore Deeply Movement. She is a Spiritual Teacher & Intuitive Guide.

Chloë has had the pleasure of working with women and men all over the globe to learn to source their inner power, deepen their relationship to self love, and experience greater fulfillment, so they can enjoy the happiness they have always wanted, and have confidence and joy in their lives, relationships, and finances.

Many of her clients find that their relationships and careers shift dramatically in new and exciting ways after doing this work, creating freedom and fulfillment in their personal and professional lives. To find out more about working with Chloë go → here.

Please feel free to share content freely from Explore Deeply™. However, please be courteous and link back to the original post, and credit Explore Deeply as well as the writer where applicable. I hope you find many resources here to serve you as you walk your path of purpose. Much love!