Monday, July 10, 2017

The tapestry of life...and "The Ripple Effect"

We are all beautiful threads that are essential to the tapestry of life. Every thread enriches the tapestry.
Therefore we all matter and are needed in this world. It is however up to us if we wish to enhance the tapestry or be the flaw within it.

There is no wrong choice because it all adds to the magic of the tapestry but your choices do affect the whole.....we could have a tapestry full of flaws or a magical, radiant, beautiful tapestry.

Your thoughts create your world and serves to either lift the vibrations and attract similar higher vibrations or lower the vibrations and attract less desired circumstances and people.

Madison Taylor explains exactly what I am trying to say in the most beautiful, succinct way.....

"The Ripple Effect"

"The impact you have on the world is greater than you could ever imagine, and the choices you make affect the whole.
In a world of six billion people, it's easy to believe that the only way to initiate profound transformation is to take extreme action. Each of us, however, carries within us the capacity to change the world in small ways for better or worse. Everything we do and think affects the people in our lives, and their reactions in turn affect others. As the effect of a seemingly insignificant word passes from person to person, its impact grows and can become a source of great joy, inspiration, anxiety, or pain. Your thoughts and actions are like stones dropped into still waters, causing ripples to spread and expand as they move outward. The impact you have on the world is greater than you could ever imagine, and the choices you make can have far-reaching consequences. You can use the ripple effect to make a positive difference and spread waves of kindness that will wash over the world.

Should the opportunity arise, the recipient of a good deed will likely feel compelled to do a good deed for someone else. Someone feeling the effects of negative energy will be more likely to pass on that negative energy. One act of charity, one thoughtful deed, or even one positive thought can pass from individual to individual, snowballing until it becomes a group movement or the ray of hope that saves someone's life. Every transformation, just like every ripple, has a point of origin. You must believe in your ability to be that point of origin if you want to use the ripples you create to spread goodness. Consider the effect of your thoughts and actions, and try to act graciously as much as possible.

A smile directed at a stranger, a compliment given to a friend, an attitude of laughter, or a thoughtful gesture can send ripples that spread among your loved ones and associates, out into your community, and finally throughout the world. You have the power to touch the lives of everyone you come into contact with and everyone those people come into contact with. The momentum of your influence will grow as your ripples moves onward and outward. One of those ripples could become a tidal wave of love and kindness."
                                                                        ~ Madison Taylor

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