Whose Business Are You In?
Notice when you hurt that you are mentally out of your business.
If you’re not sure, stop and ask, “Mentally, whose business am I in?”
There are only three kinds of business in the universe: mine, yours, and God’s.
Whose business is it if an earthquake happens? God’s business.
Whose business is it if your neighbor down the street has an ugly lawn? Your neighbor’s business.
Whose business is it if you are angry at your neighbor down the street because he has an ugly lawn? Your business.
Life is simple—it is internal.
Count, in five minute intervals, how many times you are in someone else’s business mentally. Notice when you give uninvited advice or offer your opinion about something (aloud or silently).
Ask yourself: “Am I in their business? Did they ask me for my advice?” And more importantly, “Can I take the advice I am offering and apply it to my life?”
Goodmorning beautiful souls ❤️
Most people do not realize that as they continue to find things to complain about, they disallow their own physical well-being.
Many do not realize that before they were complaining about an aching body or a chronic disease, they were complaining about many other things first.
It does not matter if the object of your complaint is about someone you are angry with, behavior in others that you believe is wrong, or something wrong with your own physical body.
Complaining is complaining, and it disallows improvement.
Have a gorgeous day lovely light beings filled with lots of love, joy, laughter, blessings, harmony, wholeness, happiness, positive thinking and abundance.
Sending you the waves of loving and healing energy.
Kee Ah Sha.
En Eeke Mai Ea!