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Lou's reply to Kathlee-wtrvlif kahlee

Posted by Lou Pilder on March 20, 2008, at 20:40:47

In reply to Re: Lou's reply to Kathlee-anwsng Lou Pilder, posted by kahlee on March 19, 2008, at 21:21:04

> Lou,
> The imagery you talk about is like what I see in my dreams. All I want is peace. Sometimes I just think that this is how things are supposed to be. That all of these experiences are learning experiences, teaching me lessons that I will need in my next life / afterlife etc. I'm trying so deperately to find meaning and validation for the pain that I feel, that I have felt for more than 20 years. I see the beauty in my life, the blessings. Somehow, it makes me feel guilty that I have been given so much but yet I am still so unbelieveably sad and empty. How can I feel empty when I have two amazing, beautiful children? They are my joy, and I feel like by not being happy in my life, I'm somehow disrespecting the gifts I have been given... thus, more guilt. I just don't know.

You wrote,[...All I want is find meaning...sad an angry...just don't know...].
As I see in your writing, I see a wilderness, a desert, a wildernes an desert of the spirit that have made you thirsty.
What I have been writing here about is peace, but not as the world gives. It has been revealed to me that there is a peace that goes beyond understanding and that this peace comes from above and is given to those that, like yourself, thirsts to find a way out from sadness and anger.
This peace is without price.
It has been revealed to me that peace can be found in the rain, for there are the waters of Life.
The rain comes down from heaven and does not return there but waters the earth. There is a living rain that comes doen from heaven and waters the spirit of those that thirst for peace.




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