Being human

Rules for being human:

[quote_right]IT IS MOST LIKELY THAT YOU ARE FORGETTING ALL OF THESE RULES. Do not be disheartened![/quote_right]

  1. You will receive only one body. You can like it or you can hate it, but it will be yours for the entire journey that you do on Earth this time. How you treat it is up to you.
  2. Every day you will receive a lesson because you are enrolled in a full time course that is called life. Perhaps you’ll enjoy the lesson or consider it irrelevant or stupid, but every day a lesson will appear in some form. You have a daily opportunity to learn from these lessons. They will be repeated regularly, until from the necessary amount of experience they are fully understood.
  3. There are no mistakes, only lessons. Growth comes with a process of trial and error, which is called experimentation. Failed experiments are as much a part of that process as successful ones.
  4. Often a lesson will appear again for reviewing. It can be disguised from its original form, in order for you to be tested as to whether you have learned it well.
  5. Learning lessons does not end. There is no part of life that does not contain lessons. If we live it is because we have lessons to learn. It is true that old dogs cannot learn new tricks, but old people can certainly learn new things.
  6. There is no better place than here. When your notion about THERE becomes HERE immediately you get another THERE that, again, will look better than HERE.
  7. Others are merely mirrors for you. You cannot love or hate something in another person without that aspect being a part of yourself that you love or hate. Again this is an opportunity to learn another lesson.
  8. What are you doing with your life is your decision entirely. You have all the tools and resources to shape it as you wish. The choice is yours. Choice is a recap of the lessons you have received daily.
  9. You already have all the answers. The answers to all questions of life are already within you, all you have to do is look inside, listen and trust. Prayer is asking for answers, meditation is listening.