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?

What if we avoided the black hole of dispair?

By Lynne Cory

What if parents who give all of their love and attention to their children and little to their spouses find themselves in a big void when the children leave home?  What if these needy parents impede their children’s growth by begging them to stay at home so the patents will not be lonely?

What if I really did leave it on the dresser?

By Lynne Cory

What if I think I am going crazy because my belongings appear, disappear and then appear again?  What if these are the actions of my deceased loved ones acting like pranksters to let me know they are around and watching over me?  What if I am missing many of the little signs they are sending?    for Connie and Ray

What if I choose a horse and buggy in 1713?

By Lynne Cory

What if it is my choice which time period I choose to reincarnate into in my next life?  What if my choices are on a big menu?  What if I choose to be on a space platform in the year 3203?  What if I want to live in a cave with a clan in the year 713 BC?  What if I choose the time for my highest growth?  What if my same old familiar “cluster of souls”  will show up whenever I choose?

What if I am “bone” tired?

By Lynne Cory

What if I am giving some of my energy to you and you and you and there is very little left for me?  What if I brought all of my pieces back and cut the cords connecting me to everyone I encounter and think about?  What if I instantly felt better?  What if I mistakenly thought that you could not do it without me?

What if he is a crusty, old curmudgeon?

By Lynne Cory

What if getting older doesn’t always mean getting kinder?  What if some older people are bitter, nasty and mean?  What if they have never had the opportunity for spiritual growth and have never taken the responsibility for their situations and continue to be a victim?  What if they are doing the best they can with the knowledge they have amassed?

What if I got what I paid for?

By Lynne Cory

What if I went to a healer and requested that my leg be healed and was disappointed that it was not good as new when I left?  What if the healer helped me to heal my emotional fear of moving forward or helped me to take a stand?  What if healing can also mean peace of mind or lessening of anger, fear or control or emotional uniting with loved ones?  What if healing the emotional illness cures the physical illness?

What if Mother Earth is smiling?

By Lynne Cory

What if for years, mankind has been destroying and polluting our planet.  What if little groups of people all over the planet are beginning to band together to assist Earth in reverting to her former glory?  What if they are raising the vibration for the greater good of mankind?  What if the percentage of these small bright lights soon outnumbers the destroyers?  What if each day life improves?

What if I go to “too” many parties?

By Lynne Cory

What if it is more comfortable for me to be with other people than to be all alone with myself?  What if I am afraid to have a relationship with myself?  What if I started to give to myself all of the love and attention and joy that I bring to others?  What if I introduced myself to myself?