Thursday, October 22, 2009

Anonymous said...

I have been through and have seen a lot in my life at only 29 years old. I have seen the worst of people rewarded for doing what they do and have no worries in life and I have also seen the best and most wonderfully good people knocked down over and over never seeming to get one chance to stand on their feet. I have always tried to do the right thing and look out for others and help others and I sit here wondering why is it that if I am a good person does it always seem that bad things are always at my door. So many bad things have happened to me in my life time, things that no one should ever have to go through yet I have always just turned the other cheek. Why am I always hurting. Don't think I can take much more. It is hard to see the good when there is always so much bad. Honestly it is starting to get harder to just get out of bed in the morning. Don't think I can take much more.

Answer from God through Carley:

"Each person is on his or her own path, as determined by an agreement made between us before this life began. When you get caught-up comparing where you are on your path, to where others are on their path you are judging based only what's available to you on the surface of the other lives. The surface view is never a complete view of the entire situation. Judging another is among the two things I've asked humanity not to do. The other thing I have asked is for humanity to love.

In every life there is suffering. How that suffering is handled is unique. While certain situations are agreed upon with the intent to gain spiritual knowing, the painful situations need not be maintained. You can choose to change the outcome of what is begun. Ask for help, know that you will have it and then complete your part of your situation's outcome by moving toward what it is you seek. Above all, know that you are loved beyond all means of measure, and that you are never in any situation alone."

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