“Dare to reach out your hand
into the darkness,
to pull another hand into the light.”
— Norman B. Rice
“Asking for help
is never a sign of weakness.
It’s one of the bravest things you can do.”
― Lily Collins
“We cannot solve our problems
with the same thinking
we used when we created them.”
— Albert Einstein
Today’s MotD focuses on two ways to experience the concept of ”reaching out”; 1) reach out to someone else to help; or 2) to reach out to ask someone else for help.
To authentically reach out to help someone else can enrich our lives and can make our hearts sing while giving the other person the assistance they need, thus enriching their lives and making their hearts sing.
For some of us reaching out to help others is much easier then asking others to help us. By us depriving others of the opportunity to help us, we also deprive them of the joys and rewards of being helpful, especially for those who already care about us. If we can remember how it feels to help others, we may find it easier to reach out.
Continuing on yesterday’s MotD theme of ”allowing”, let us allow ourselves to graciously ask others for help. And by others, they could be from people we know or strangers, from our subconscious, or even from a power greater than ourselves (if we open to a realm beyond our 3D world).
“Reach out and touch
Make this world a better place
If you can.”
— Nickolas Ashford and Valerie Simpson
The Mandala Lady
btw…here’s how it started and a close-up