Dear Guiding Readers,
This quote has been on my heart. “A teacher is never a giver of truth; he is a guide, a pointer to the truth that each student must find for himself.” ~ Bruce Lee
Along your journey, teachers plant seed. But it’s up to you to water your garden. And sometimes you need to pull weeds.
“A teacher is never a giver of truth.”
A teacher doesn’t have all the answers, as much as you respect and lean on them.
You are creating your own life experiences, not regurgitating someone’s life experiences.
You are responsible for your happiness and accountable for your path.
“He is a guide.”
He guides for a season to show you a different way . . . until you guide yourself.
He shines like a bright star and reflects your brilliance.
He reminds you who you really are . . . Whole, capable, powerful, worthy, loved, and loving.
He invites you to explore your shadow with marvelous light.
He releases patterns of guilt and shame.
“He’s a pointer to the truth that each student must find for himself.”
You are pointed to truth and that truth will set yourself free.
You must discover your power.
You must feel good and create joyful experiences.
You must unearth discoveries.
You must develop your inner knowing and your inner being.
You must let go of fear and anxiety, and let God direct, guide, and support you.
You must find your truth, live your truth, speak your truth.
And when you do, you behold a lush garden full of flowers, full of life, full of truth . . . because your truth is on solid and fertile ground.
You journey onward with keen awareness, delightful understanding, and powerful knowingness. You are home.
You realize that you have been guiding you all along. This is your truth. This is your life.