who do you think you are?!

the riddler

A teacher, a tax accountant, a fire fighter, a nurse, a janitor.

Nope. Not even close.

You’re Love. 🙂

How many times have you been asked, “what do you do?” Countless, probably. How many times have you answered, “I’m a messenger of Love”? None, near certainly.

From as far back as we can remember, we’re pushed to decide who we want to be and never to acknowledge who we actually ARE. We study, we take tests, we interview, we intern and we finally get a job that provides us with what we believe to be our identity. For many, it offers relevance; it offers a purpose. For others, it’s an emptiness. We think that we need to get up in the morning and go to wherever it is we need to go and do whatever it is we need to do, to be “something”. When, the truth is that you’ve always been and will always be EVERYTHING.

Love is your purpose, and being bigger than yourself is the way to get there. To be bigger than yourself is to be your true Self. And, your true Self is Love. You can be this no matter what it is that you do. Your job and your pay cheque give you what you need to survive; Love is what you need to live. Everything we do is platform to be Love, your job being no exception. It may, very well, be something you can’t stand; you might even hate it. But, there is opportunity there. It’s the opportunity to make someone else’s life better whether it be for a moment, the afternoon or that entire week. It’s a smile, it’s holding the door open, it’s telling someone they look nice today, it’s lending a helping hand on a project. That is what you really do. That is your job while you are here.

Think of those people in your life that you Love. Do you care what their title is? Does it make a difference if they’re a doctor or a lawyer or a nuclear physicist? It doesn’t. What matters is the Love you share with that person. We can share this Love with everyone.

Tomorrow, and every day for that matter, when you go to your job that perhaps isn’t all that great or perhaps is the greatest thing ever, think of how you want to make a difference. Think of how it doesn’t matter if you work in the basement or if your name is on the building to be able to make that difference. Think of how your job is to be Love and the place where you are is just where you get to do it from.

be Love.


Comments ( 2 )

  1. Replygreen-moonlight

    We are who we are and by saying that I mean we are who we think we are. There are many roles of each one of us: a son/daughter, a husband/wife, a brother/sister, a friend, a colleague etc. Each one of them requires love in order to maintain the relationship. We are always the same one as yesterday. I mean today you may be the top of the world and tomorrow you may lose everything, but you are still you and nothing has changed on that. I know it is hard to justify as most people would take that fall as a big failure. However, my point is no matter what you experience in your life, it is a lesson that will help you later. The big fall may help you to see who is your true friend. For our daily job, if someone really can't stand of his/her workplace, my best advice is to leave because as I said we are who we are, and we can't change other people, but we can choose to work in a better place that fits us better. Tomorrow may not be better but the better tomorrow is yet to come. It is important to pursue a career that we like, but keep in mind that it is only part of your life and one side of you. We all have multiple sides that have made who we are. The title of a person is really not important; the important thing in life is to spend our time with the one we love. I always tell my friends that it is not how much money your lover has spent on you that matters, it is their time. I also think the most beautiful view we see in our life is not a specific place, but it is everywhere that you see with someone you love. Be love, take care, have a nice week and good night :)

  2. Replyjames jaworsky


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