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Did you see that? That tiny speck… that dot? Not very significant, was it? Or was it?

We see dots like that every single day. Sometimes in what we read… sometimes in pictures… sometimes through the images broadcast into us from our TV screens.

But what if we could see more in that tiny dot? That speck?

Imagine it being a seed. Imagine it holding all the information needed for creating a reality perfect for all, in Light and Harmony. Imagine it holding the building blocks to a new world… a new way of thinking. An end of manipulation through manipulation.

Dots are sometimes used to fill spaces. Spaces are used for processing time. Processing time can be used to imbed thoughts. And imbedded thoughts can lead to… well… dare I say manipulation again? Or control?

I’ve been noticing lately from information I’ve been getting – not only from the news I read but from people in general, and myself included, things aren’t adding up. Things aren’t making sense. The news is a big one, as the articles I read are blatantly biased toward the negative or belittling the subject of the article. That is plainly obvious. However, throughout the articles more external stories are being brought in, in part, clouding the main article and planting seeds with a negative bias to the other stories. These external stories are filling gaps in the main story… filling the deliberate spaces… adding dots to join… imbedding thoughts so if we read the other article we do so from a pre-determined viewpoint.

How many times do you get up with determination to retrieve something from another room, only to walk into the room wondering why you did so? Or even go into a different room entirely… only realising after you sit back down again why you got up in the first place? There’s obviously a number of reasons for this, but one of them could be processing time. Our subconscious mind is processing something we’ve seen, we aren’t aware of it, but it has an effect on our conscious mind. Just my thoughts, but they make sense to me.

That got me thinking about seeds being planted. And that got me thinking about seeds. Those little dots that grow into wonderful, colourful things. That got me thinking about dots we see everyday… hence this post.

Imagine the future we want to see is embedded within every single dot we see. Every pixel. Every spot. Imagine every time we see a dot, we are subconsciously giving our attention to the future we want. All the highlights… all the goodness… all the positivity. We aren’t just focussing on that goodness just the once, but every time we see a dot.

Even if we don’t know what future we want… we are free to change our minds… imagine seeing the Light within every single dot. The goodness. The positives. The positivity. The …LIGHT… diminishing the darkness everywhere.

If we are reading negativity… the dots are counteracting with positivity. If we a seeing negativity… the dots are there as reminders. If we are thinking negatively… the dots are an external source of stored positivity.

The future is ours to create. So plant the seeds now…

Are We Creating a Brighter Future?

The second in my series of posts for Earth Day, which is on April 22nd.

This time, it’s a rather dull photo for Becky’s Bright Squares.

In all fairness, it was rather a bright day when I took these photos, and that on the horizon is only steam, but with a little tweaking of the colours things do tend to look a little more dark… a little more sinister. Things are so easily manipulated, aren’t they?

This is also a post for Debbie’s Six Word Saturday.

Reflections

(the people of) The Earth
Changes
The Climate
Changes
The Earth (and the people)

Posted in response to Eugenia’s weekly prompt, Reflections.

The picture is not mine. Eugenia selected the image Colorful Illumination that ‘Waterbaby’ uploaded to Lovethispic.com.

As it’s Earth Day on April 22nd, I’ll be posting some Earth-related posts over the next few days. This is the first.

Another Year Starts, Last Year Departs

Yes! It’s my birthday today. I’m 24. I’ve been 24 for a while. I haven’t aged since reaching 24. 24 seems to be my magic number. Actually, it isn’t, it’s 4, or maybe 7… and some people say I haven’t aged since reaching either of those years. But hey! Age is just a number, right? If I’m not bothered how old I am, I really think nobody else should be either.

Last year was a bit of a shocker, wasn’t it? Hopefully, this year, things will get better.

One important thing we must take from this is that the years themselves shouldn’t matter… but the days within those years should. Each great day after the next should build up to a fantastic year of memories and experiences. Even if we can’t do anything, go anywhere, see anyone, we can still do things for ourselves within those limitations.

Imagination is key to this… and with imagination absolutely anything is possible. My imagination takes me to places even I couldn’t have dreamed of. So there in itself is proof that out of nothing anything can emerge.

Imagine a year of fabulous anythings. 365 fabulous anythings. 365 ways to Feel Good every single day. Broken down like that, it isn’t such a big task either.

So what if I’m 24 again?! Each new year starts every day anyway, so if we just stop counting and start doing, our time on this planet will be filled with greatness. And imagine that!

Ask your Inner 4-year-old… your Inner 7-year-old… your Inner 24-year-old what would they like to do… and do it! Have fun.

Bring light and laughter into your world, and watch it spread all around. See faces lighten up. Smiles broaden. Even if only through your own mind’s eye, your positivity will alter the Universe permanently.

A brighter today. A better tomorrow – when the new year starts again.

Happy New Year!

(Also posted for Six Word Saturday!)