I thought of you today But that is nothing new I thought about you yesterday And days before that too.
I thought of you today
But that is nothing new
I thought about you yesterday
And days before that too.
I think of you in silence
I often speak your name
All I have are memories
And your picture in a frame.
Your memory is a keepsake
From which I’ll never part
God has you in His arms
I have you in my heart.
In the end, that’s all we are.
And for all intent and purposes, that’s all we have ever been.
How do you make your resonance brilliant?
There are thousands of ways.
It starts, in part, with a clear mind, and a clean heart that is dedicated to pursuing variables that are good for all parties with whom you are in contact. From that vantage, everyone is a potential friend or ally until they prove themselves to be otherwise. Every incidental person is a human being deserving of your respect. Every loved one in your life is a treasure that must be reminded regularly how much you appreciate them in your life.
I read this aphorism and my father came immediately to mind. This could not be more accurate about that feeling of lost loved ones. His loss was tremendous for me, and for many others, because his resonance was pure, his intentions, honest, and his approach, impeccable.
In our finite journey on this 3D world of experiences, I believe our highest objective must be achieving resonance in others. To earn that place in their mind, in which you will live, long past the days you walk on Earth. If you are taking the time to be present, and appreciative of those who matter to you, you are serving as high a purpose as one might possibly serve.
And in the end, isn’t that all that really mattered? People may remember you for accomplishments or accrual of material goods, but the deepest and most heartfelt of memories are those that remember you for how you touched their heart, how you made them feel in your presence, how you treated them, cared about them and nurtured them in your own unique way.
Here’s to those who have come before us, who helped shape us into whom we are becoming and whose resonance will live always in our hearts.