Be both willing and receptive to unexpected blessings. Cheer up, there’s good fortune smiling down upon you!
– JST.C, 8/9/2017, 12:20PM EST
shall be, no matter the length
of time passing between you and
me. Stop dragging your feet, do not
fear — touch, reach out– I promise —
I am here; I bear no ill will, am holding
no grudge. The past is dead, finished, gone —
done. Years down the drain, keep calm — its
time to move on, and cast all anxiety aside. Pick
up the phone and call, what must you lose! We
already lost so much time. But descandsar —
rest — I promise as we reunite, we’ll get by — for
what’s meant to be is..shall..will be…for what’s
meant to be is you — you and me.
- Julia St. Clair, ©2017 *Image from #StayQuotable via Google Image search
“You have to make it happen.”
- Denis Diderot
O César o nada, its all or nothing. O César
o nada, I must tell you something — O César o
nada — nothing or all, o César o nada, I shall not
fall, o O César o nada, you and me — what will be is shall
and meant to be, o O César o nada, we shall again meet — as
Fernando and Isabel united Spain, and Isabel de Portugal served
regent for her emperador, I know again we’ll be against the rocky
shores, as like ours, both unions were abandoned for awhile, before
either relationship truly begun, we were already together once, twice, you
and I are already twelve steps ahead — just stop it now, don’t be afraid– O César
o nada, my love. Come back, for O César o nada, we are each other’s destiny, O
César o nada, its you and me, O César o nada, where fate soon leads. O César o
nada, I’ve done my best, O César o nada, ritorna, come back, show me something
built to last. O César o nada, I am yours, and you are mine, O César o nada, you’re a
lready here, showing yourself all in due time. O César o nada, I let you and trust in
God to lead, O César o nada, us back together, tanto monta, monta tanto, our destiny. O
César o nada, you can run, but you can’t escape the fates. O César o nada, don’t
forget, dear one, not all is left to God, but given to man for his role to play. O César o
nada, time your time, get ready. O César o nada, I know your heart is full and heavy, but
O César o nada — the most precious thing we’re losing is time. O César o nada — call or
text me now, O César o nada, no one games — again let I be yours, and you be mine.
O César o nada — we cannot turn back the hands of time. O César o nada — but
we can begin, O César o nada, be in the present, be not afraid, for I was and am
always yours, and you were and are always mine. O César o nada, O César o nada,
O César o nada, O César o nada — let us reunite, happy and mature, creating our
future tanto monta, monta tanto —
all in God’s time.
- Julia St. Clair, ©2017, 11:49 AM
Be grateful and appreciate the present and being in the now.
- JST.C, 7/26/2017, 3:24PM EST
Everything works out in the long run, even if we can’t see it now.
– JST.C, 7/19/2017, 4:41EST
“Where there is life, there is hope.”
- Stephen Hawking
Life is like a wheel — we get praised, we get torn. Opportunities arise, existing or possible ventures fail. People are born, and people die — but not just people — also ideas, relationships, cycles, etc. No one is blessed more than the other, and no one is damned or cursed — this is life, and everyone has to deal with it.
I’m a positive person — I always look on the bright side of things, and try my best not to complain. I never used to be like this, my former motto being “expect the best, but prepare for the worse,” and never being appreciate or thankful for the opportunities and blessings that came my way. Since becoming more spiritual about a year ago and using the law of attraction during these past few months, that view shifted, and all for the good. However, having a positive outlook on things doesn’t shield anyone from the bad times. Its like taking the subway in Manhattan if you live or work there — we all go through it, whether its liked or not. Therefore, being positive doesn’t shield us when fortune’s wheel takes us low; but it does change the outcome.
I’ve been attempting to manifest three things, and I won’t reveal two out of the three on here since they’re highly sensitive and personal. But the one I do talk about a lot is my career one — to begin working in a writing position and/or/eventually in the television, film, and/or publishing industries in Manhattan full-time. Things are coming to fruition — I had an official interview the other day, and two informationals. While I’m both happy and grateful, I learned a lot during the informationals that has me thinking about my priorities. Despite being part-time, my job is very flexible. I work in a wonderful environment with great people and an easy commute. I never realized how blessed I am until recently, and as ready as I am to make a shift, I’m finally realizing how much I have to be grateful for right now.
It has me calm in the midst of a setback with Manifestation #1, which I can’t reveal, but will say things were in fruition; not in the process of, they were going, in fact moving sooner than I expected. And then yesterday, during a really good day, I discover that, “kaboom! — there goes the dynamite!.” Its a two part process, and the two parts were in sync; one is kaput, the other in limbo. While still heartbroken, I can remain optimistic and hopeful, trusting in God’s plan that things happen for a reason, and something better is coming. Yet my family does not. My family looks at the negative in every point and event in life. They view us as predestined as cursed, blaming karma for our misfortune. Yet my family are blinded to the fact that we are good people who did nothing to deserve it; it would truly be karma if we did something wrong. Therefore, they view me as an outcast for being in a positive state of mind, and I can’t blame them; I refuse to knock myself down, and know I am in the right. However, most people in our world shares my family’s attitude of when things go wrong — we’re trapped! we’re predestined! we’re cursed! there is no hope. there is no god. Because they keep themselves in this mind frame, they close themselves off from all the blessings that are waiting to happen. I tried to help them see the light many a times, but its no use; I’m not giving up on myself, but I’m distancing myself from negativity. Its not that God doesn’t exist; He does — God is real, and God only helps those who helps themselves.
Number 3 is a different story altogether — I felt it coming, but couldn’t let go. Now I let go — and God can do with it whatever he wants. I won’t be heartbroken if it doesn’t happen anymore, and am trusting solely and firming in God. Que sara, sara — whatever will be, will be. There is a time and there is a season for every purpose in heaven. Perhaps the time and purpose is not now, but shall be later on. Perhaps now — perhaps never. Perhaps its another pointer I used to hate considering. Either way, I let go, and I trust God and the universe to do with it what they will. Everything works out in the long run — even if it takes awhile for us to see. As long as we have hope and are with God, then nothing or no one can come against us, no matter how good or bad a situation is or may become.