Thursday, June 30, 2011

Anonymous said...

God, I had been married for 2 years. We seemed perfect. But we've been arguing for months now and our divorce papers have been submitted. The divorce will be final on Christmas. We got married in a courtroom because our religions weren't the same. I still love him, but he's hurt me horribly, and I have hurt him. Since then, another man has stepped into my life. He shares my same religion. This other man and I connect well, and I know that he loves me. But I fear moving on. Should I try with my "future" ex-husband, or continue on my path?

Answer from God through Carley:

"Neither the place nor the fact that you marry matters to me.  The formalities of your religion or your government are adopted by your choice.  True love needs no boundaries or set of established rules.  True love would not hurt you or allow you to hurt another.  True love nurtures, protects, cherishes and encourages.

As long as you are in the wrong relationship the right relationship cannot find you.  Happiness will not be yours as long as you remain unhappy with yourself.  There is no other person that can correct what is yours alone to correct.  Find what makes you happy.  Learn about yourself. Do things that give you true joy.  Once you accomplish sincere happiness, you'll be ready for true love."

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