Our Children are Everything
A photograph of a family with their new beautiful baby boy was displayed on the internet the other day. Sadly, he did not make it into this world alive to meet those who had anxiously anticipated his arrival. The photograph had been taken in remembrance of their complete family before he was soon never to be seen again.
I felt deep pain as I looked at the mother’s face, for I knew that overwhelming feeling of joy she and her husband experienced when they were about to give birth, as I was lucky enough to experience the same, but I can only imagine the unimaginable pain they must have felt when he did not take a breath.
Is there anything more painful than losing your child?
I paused for a moment thinking about how absolutely lucky I was to have enjoyed many years with my own son. Blessed with a child I thought I could never have, I know that life in the flesh is not eternal, but in this lifetime I want to spend every second that I can with he and my husband, and I know that many of you feel the same about your own families.
There lies a purpose in all of us and there are people that are supposed to be in our lives for this particular journey that we are all on. There are no mistakes in this world be it positive or negative. The people in our lives are at times our teacher. At times, we are theirs. But it is always our duty to continually learn and develop better lives for our children, and they their children: Lives that are more positive and more spiritual in every way – A higher spirit realized path, one that knows real truth.
Sometimes we forget this as we are all busy focusing on our work or other distractions. We rely on the government, schools, doctors and other “powers at be” to guide and to drive the lives of our children and their world for us while we struggle through our daily earthly demands.
Leaving the most important part of our lives to others is a recipe for disaster.
There is no greater task than to see to it that our children come first, that their future is better than ours and that we, mothers, fathers, and grandparents, have to make this happen ourselves.Click To Tweet
The woman who lost her baby boy before he was able to suckle from her breast paid the price. She is our teacher. We feel her pain, which reminds us of just how important our children are, and that they are not to be taken for granted.
Learn, grow and develop a better world through your higher self for your children. If you missed this lesson, this mother wept in vain. Don’t lose your own child or their world in which they live. Trust in your higher self.
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