What if I was confused?

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By Lynne Cory

What if I gave you a gift but it was really for me?  What if I always complimented and acknowledged you and would like some acknowledgment myself?  What if I buy you little gifts often and would enjoy a surprise once in a while?  What if I call you and would enjoy a friendly call in return?  What if I offer to help you and would appreciate help in return?  What if I am giving you what I would like for myself?

What if I am the main character in the novel?

By Lynne Cory

What if my life is simply one chapter in a huge novel?  What if many of my new belief systems are created at the beginning of the chapter through the older beliefs of my parents, guardians and caregivers?  What if we get many opportunities to learn and grow as we proceed through this chapter and the many chapters to follow?

What if I make the choice to make the journey back?

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By Lynne Cory

What if we can reincarnate as many times as we want?  What if we continually return because we have unfinished work in learning about ourselves and Earth is a fun place to be and learn and grow?  What if bumping against other humans helps us learn more quickly about ourselves?  What if it is our choice to stay in spirit for as long as we want?

What if he has toy soldiers of both sides?

By Lynne Cory

What if we realize that many of the wars we are fighting have the same people backing both sides because they know that war is a big money maker as well as a huge distraction for whatever else they are doing?  What if the people “in the trenches” are dying because they are not told the truth?

What if the farm worker got TOO thirsty?

By Lynne Cory

What if the farm owner treated his employees so cruelly that one died in the hot sun?  What if he got a huge fine but was “smugly” able to appeal his way out of court because he “knew” people?  What if he is smiling because he got away with it?  What if there is someone “LARGER” watching over this whole situation?

What if you made it hard for the others?

By Lynne Cory

What if everyone deserves to end their lives as they choose?  What if the hardest part of your suicide choice is the shock that the innocent people suffer when they find your body-the family, your child or parent, the neighbor, the police or Coast Guard?  What if there was an alternative?

What if it has more value if it has value to me?

By Lynne Cory

What if at the take-out counter, my young grandson ordered his favorite slice of pepperoni pizza while his parents got the one with all of the vegetables.  What if on the way home, he saw a homeless man and got out of the car and gave him his warm pizza?  What if this was the best tasting meal this man has had in a long time because it was filled with love?      For Max

What if you need to ask my permission first?

By Lynne Cory

What if we have control issues because it makes us feels safe?  What if I get angry at you for doing it your way because my sense of control is threatened?  What if it is OK to guide another or advise when they ask but when anger comes up, I notice that I am deep in my issue?  What if I can tell if I have released this issue when I can allow everyone their own choices?

What if fixing one will fix the other?

By Lynne Cory

What if his father continually criticizes him about everything he does until it almost drives him mad?  What if he criticizes his girlfriend about her job search, her car choice, her political views and her clothing choice until she wants to run for the door?

What if he began to see the positive traits and loving heart of his girlfriend and soon his father began to see all of the good qualities that he had?