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Thank you Angela for mentioning, that mentors show up in life, while God is being there. I’ve recently been granted some amazing mentors and they raise me up (whether professionally or personally) as I raise up the children’s as an extended day teacher. I’m grateful for the challenges of each day of life, because I’m constantly learning and not just teaching… One seems to feed into each other like a feed back loop through God. How wonderful!
This may be difficult for some people to understand. In working for a treatment center and presenting programs on substance abuse I found there is something called codependency. This may not easily be understood, however, there is a difference in what I call a Soulful/Godly
Love or one that needs approval constantly and will lose their Self and there being, by not be true to themselves. It’s sometimes difficult to understand. It has to do with the Family System of Alcohol abuse, or other issues in a family. There is a time to be honest and helpful and how to do this and a time to say nothing. It’s complicated, however, Lemurian principles know the differences.
Continued: for that love of my father is the love I have been able to know of God’s love and my desire to become a friend and one that loves others the same.. I am a habitual giver and in passion I can lay down all challenges in service to others in doing so I honor God and all mentor’s showing up in my life.
Thank you for your comments, Angela. A parent or teacher is often our first hero, inspiring us to be more selfless and loving too.
Be ever humble and kind that’s such a reminder to me of everyone who is or was mentors. My dad was my hero and was so good hearted and easily broken hearted and these moments we grew closer. I wasn’t favored we had an unspoken bond that I like to think was our own and I am glad you shared this with me because I measure love by that my father showed me. Unspoken bond that defeats all broken down vessels and lives for eternity in our hearts.
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