By Dr. John L. Reizer
Editor at NoFakeNews.net
The funny thing about life is that it’s always an interesting ride. If you’re currently bored, happy or sad you shouldn’t get too caught up in those emotions. Life is swift and ever-changing. The perceptive illusion is that the people and things around us stay the same. The truth be told, nothing in this world is static. People flow in and out of our lives constantly. We’re always meeting new acquaintances, friends, and business contacts. The people we form various relationships with and mistakenly believe are so important to us today are in many instances insignificant factors in our lives a short time later.
Many relationships we encounter on this planet are important in that they contribute to the collective experiences we will use to grow spiritually in a particular lifetime. I believe we experience numerous lifetimes simultaneously and in some instances sequentially. Although the experiences we are blessed with can cause pain and happiness, they are, ultimately, only lessons to learn and grow from.
It’s sometimes easy to get caught up in the emotional excitement that is presented from discovering new concepts and new faces. Sometimes a person’s desire to want to help others can become so strong that it unfairly drains all of their energy and causes pain and suffering for the most important people in their life.
I recently learned a valuable lesson. The lesson taught me that the most important people in the world are the ones closest to me. The lesson also taught me that sometimes no matter how much you want to help another person; it should never come at the expense of the people that love you the most.
Life on Earth is great because there is no better classroom in the universe to acquire such knowledge and educate your soul.