I heard from a dear friend of mine from Salt Lake City and Park City, Utah yesterday whom I have not heard from in a few years. A big shout out to Kelly McCall and his twin brother Kevin and to all the friends I made out there like Jeff Williams and his family up in Park City! It is moments like the one I experienced last night that make all the difference. I had a good friend say to me once that my friends are my family. I have so many people that I have “lost” touch with over the years and I pray that they are ALL doing well. It is funny how little resentments can hold you back, or I should say the ego holds one back, if you let it, from feeling the true love that you have for your friends. Many of us have forgotten that our friends are on this journey with you to make it more enjoyable and to learn from each other, to grow and to laugh and, if need be, to cry. There is nothing in this world better than a friend who has no ulterior motives and has only unconditional love to offer, as was the case with my friend Kelly, who gave me some hope out in Utah when I thought all was lost. I say leave all of the old useless resentments that you may have towards another human being, trying to make it through another day just like you and me, and forgive. Letting it go completely. My thought is to call up the one person who has been bothering you subconsciously and be done with it–releasing another with love, light and divinity. Better yet, sending them love, light and divinity. See what happens. As far as Kelly McCall is concerned, whom I never had any resentments towards, only gratitude, love and friendship, I say this–Say Hi to Utah for me and remember what they said at the end of “It’s a Wonderful Life”, with Jimmy Stewart. Clarence writes, and I’m paraphrasing here, “You are always rich when you have friends.” Amen Kelly a.k.a. Captain Kirk, Amen. Peace M
March 10, 2009
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