The Self Leader Secret
A Victim’s Plea
What happened to common sense and the joy once felt solving one’s life problems? Where did that toddler mentality go? How did it wash away?
From snug-as-a-bug in a rug in a tiny little crib, running along in hopes and dreams, then, climbing up into a king. Does ego take-over, simply having a need to understand, and, then get lost in being right, or, not being able to be? Why does ego step in and complicate life, when, it is could so easily leave without a trace? Can compassion, patience, tolerance and understanding (the traits of love) bring us back to the Security once felt—as we were snug-as-a-bug in a little crib.
The tides-turn with anger, vengeance, chaos and waring, yet, a simple wave-action can bring in wealth, health, peace. A few weeks of hard-firestone thinking, full of hoping and dreaming, and, you joyfully complete a project, as, you mow your way through a set of regulations to bring wealth, health and peace to your state. One-by-one the toddler-mentality spreads from shore-to-shore, then, continent to continent. The Child of The Past steps in, to capture the security longed for, so-long-ago left behind. Life became complicated and confusing when the toddler-like-mentality fell to the rising Rule of Man.
Imagine, with deep-feelings the generational gratitude, that you chose to feel snug-as-a-bug, when you welcomed the Prime Law into your life, and, ushered others in too, to bring compassion, patience, tolerance, understanding, and joy to each individual life ahead.
Now imagine, for a moment, how your life could have always been simple, peaceful, and full of wealth, health, and genuine power that generations of families willingly handed-over to politicians who spun their web. Today, with the human capacity to change, you choose love over stress, and you put this mess to rest, so the child lives free again. Be part of the rise and fall of the tide, as stress simply falls aside, and security gently lands ashore again. This is a Victim’s Plea to return to common sense through Mark Hamilton’s Split-Run.2 comments