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A MESSAGE TO YOU FROM MICHEAL AND THE BIRTH OF GlobalCnet
This note is from Michael Malette, Founder of Global Connection Network, home of GlobalCnet.
This project started while not only healing from cancer but was also in a bad taxi accident.
I keep asking why...why! How much more can I endure, and what about my career and life?
Who will want a damaged Michael? Will I ever walk again? I will live the rest of my life in a nursing home. It was a devastating experience.
Even with my career and training, it was a struggle to live in the NOW. I could navigate myself, and with small miracles daily, there was positive progress. Today still disabled and live a full life.
If you remain in the NOW, positive results will always win over negative thoughts.
In this struggle, searching for solutions, other perspectives....other stories just like my own. There were feelings of l enlightenment yet confusion with new enhanced feelings of gratitude that my life was spared. This was to me, an essential life purpose. Now realizing the power of the WWW, what started as a journal became the Global Connection Network. I now enjoy over 1,346,000 visits to GlobalCnet. I feel blessed and have a great sense of accomplishment.
It was my purpose to share my journey with you; I hope you share GlobalCnet with everyone. They are a million answers from experts, human experience, and others in your same situation. Just type and hope.
If you want to say hello, need help, or share your wellness with me, send me a web mail.
Blessings and dream high; we live in a beautiful World,
Michae l Malette
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How to Live with Certainty in Uncertain Times
What makes a relationship right, or an important decision?
How can you tell if deep spiritual questions have an answer?
As children, we all asked these questions.
They came naturally.
Is there a God?
Do I have a soul?
What happens after I die?
Children are too young to understand that their parents are just as confused as they are.
But the answers are given, and for a time they suffice.
If Grandma went to heaven to be with Grandpa, a child will sleep better and feel less sad.
When you grow up, however, the same questions return.
You can postpone the deeper ones, perhaps, but not in matters of love, relationships, and personal decisions.
Everyone wants to know the answers to those kinds of dilemmas.
And thus you discover that your parents, however well-intentioned, never showed you the way (unless you happen to be one child in a million who had very mature parents who could truly love and
I know I seem to be painting a very large, open-ended picture. But getting into a healthy relationship, discovering whether you have a soul and even picking the right job have something in common.
In all these cases you either hope, believe or know what the answer is. "I hope he loves me enough." "I believe my spouse is faithful." "I know this marriage is solid."
These are very different statements, and we find ourselves awash in confusion because "I hope," "I believe" and "I know" are never the same thing. We just wish they were.
If you will indulge me in sounding so abstract, there's a useful lesson here.
The spiritual path actually has only these three elements.
You move from a state of uncertainty—"I hope?"—to a somewhat firmer state of security—"I believe"—and eventually end up with true understanding—"I know."
It doesn't matter whether the specific issue is about relationships, God or the soul, about the higher self, heaven, or the far reaches of the supernatural. Either you hope, you believe or you
You have already made that journey—many times, in fact.
As a child, you hoped you would be a grown-up. In your 20s, you believed that it was possible.
Now you know you are an adult.
You hoped someone would love you; you believed in time that somebody did, and now you know that they do. If this natural progression hasn't happened, something has gone wrong, because the unfoldment of life is designed to follow from wish to fulfillment.
Of course, we all know the pitfalls.
Divorce generally means you didn't know if someone truly loved you.
Children who grow up resenting their parents usually don't know who to trust.
A hundred other examples could be offered.
But the important thing is to get you back on the path.
Step 1: Realize that your life is meant to progress.
Step 2: Reflect on how good it is to truly know something rather than just hoping and believing. Don't settle for less.
Step 3: Write down, on three separate lists, the things you hope are true, the things you believe are true and the things you know are true.
Step 4: Ask yourself why you know the things you know.
Step 5: Apply what you know to those areas where you have doubts, where only hope and belief exist today.
I believe that when you truly know something, the following things pertain:
You didn't accept other people's opinions.
You found out on your own.
You didn't give up too soon.
You kept exploring despite blind alleys and false starts.
You trusted that you have the power, determination, and curiosity to find out the real truth.
Half-truths left you dissatisfied.
What you truly know grew from the inside.
It made you a different person, as different as two people, one of whom has deeply loved and the other hasn't.
You trusted the process of personal growth.
You aren't afraid of your emotions.
The truth always feels a certain way; uncertainty is queasy and gives off a bad smell.
You went beyond logic into those areas where intuition, insight, and wisdom actually count.
They became real for you.
I would say that these elements are universal.
They apply to the Buddha but also any young person learning how to be in a relationship or finding the right purpose in life.
By dividing the project into its components, the huge questions about life, love, God, and the soul become manageable.
You can work on each ingredient at a time.
Are you prone to accepting secondhand opinions?
Do you have a habit of distrusting your own decisions?
Is love too painful and confusing to explore deeply?
These aren't impossible obstacles.
They are part of you, and therefore nothing can be nearer or more intimate.
Moving from "I hope" to "I believe" to "I know" is nothing less than the journey of life. You don't have to buy a ticket.
You were born with one in your hand.
Deepak Chopra, MD, is the author of Metahuman: Unleashing Your Infinite Potential, founder of The Chopra Foundation and co-founder of The Chopra Center.
Leaving the Earth a Better Place
It is a great act of love to leave the earth a better place when we leave, than when we found her.
We inherit this great planet from our parents and from the generations that came before.
Then, in concert with the surrounding culture, our elders teach us how to care for the land and the sea, ourselves, and each other.
They model ways of being in relationship with every other expression of life on earth. But whether they act with care or carelessness, compassion or cruelty, generosity or greed, we have the ability to choose our own individual way of relating with the planet and its inhabitants.
From our first breath here to our very last, we will find infinite opportunities to influence our environment for the better.
We can decide now to act with intention in order to leave this amazing planet brighter and more beautiful than when we arrived.
If we enjoy environmental activism, we might feel moved to clean up beaches or plant trees.
But, we need not feel limited in our ability to contribute positively.
There are many ways to leave a legacy of love.
We might begin by radiating affirmative thoughts and feelings about how magnificent the earth truly is.
We might create and tend a special garden, one that provides an abundance of food and herbs for ourselves and our loved ones.
Or we might create a garden filled with sweet-smelling flowers to uplift our hearts.
We might even honor the earth simply by trying to be the best person we can be while we are here.
Such goodwill can have a domino effect, inspiring others to contribute in their own way as well.
We spend our lifetimes being nourished and enlivened by the rain, sun, soil, and wind.
Our experience is blessed by other living beings, from plants to insects to birds and humans.
We receive so much; giving back just naturally feels good.
When we live our lives with intention of leaving this temporary home a better place for generations to come, we are perhaps leaving behind the best gift of all.
Transcending the Flesh
I will not use the shortcomings in this world as an excuse for the shortcomings in me. My path is not to imitate what is wrong, but to lead in what is right. Each positive example I set by actually embodying or being what I believe in improves this world.
I am willing to lead.
-Oprah Winfrey (ITR Daily Meditation)
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