I am open to all of it – even that which does not look “good” upon initial impression. I was recently party to an event where I failed to be initially upfront about an issue. I knew that my disclosure would result in the loss of something that I greatly desired. I knew this, yet I had to disclose it anyway. I accept the blame for any further events occurring that are not to my liking; this is simply called truth or consequences. Rather than immerse myself in a pool of dramatic regret, I choose to approach this happening by appreciating and opening to the good that has come out of it.
Learning life lessons:
1. the utter vitality of TRUTH
2. initial truth prevails
3. truth is better delayed than never
4. respect DEMANDS truth
Be OPEN to GOOD, even when it is disguised as a painful or challenging lesson. The disguise contributes to the overall miracle of the event once it is actually seen for what it is.