Monday, April 27, 2015

Earthquakes And Humbling Thoughts

Lake Pokhara, Nepal

"If there is one thing an earthquake reminds us of, it is how fragile this life is. And how connected we are as a world family. The tectonic plates don't care about the boundaries we draw over Mother Earth.
To think that in just a split second, this reality we have built up around us can be destroyed, is a humbling thought. If today were the last day of our lives, would each one of us be truly content with who we ARE within? If not, it is time to start working towards becoming the persons we want to be. Not so much in terms of professions and designations, but as people - as living, breathing manifestations of soul energy.

Sending thoughts of peace and prayer to those affected by the earthquake in North India and Nepal."

It's been doing the rounds on the interweb and figured it could do with a share. Our hearts and prayers are with all those affected by the tragic Nepal earthquake.

A Request - Readers, reach out in whatever way they can to those who have or know others who have been affected by the earthquake. Even emotional help can make a huge difference.


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