Sunday, September 08, 2013

Jewels of Truth Statement: "The Wonders of Good Luck In Expression"

Hello All,

I hope this weekend that is now wrapping up for you and your dear ones has been a welcome change. Now that a new week is about to commence as the wheel of time rotates once more. I wanted to express my heartfelt conviction that Good Luck is a rightful expression of our mutual Divinity. This is so because the wonders that good luck or good fortune places on display for many to see. Usually leaves us speechless with curiosity as to how such a feat could have elapsed before us. That mystery has another word which we all know as Grace.

Thus Good Luck is grace in action. It's simply put an expression of our divinity and in many ways. God, or the "Holy Spirit" of Angels, Ancestors, and Loved ones making their spiritual presence known to us with their love. So here is "Jewels of Truth" statement #1552 in the series written just an hour ago on the topic of "Good Luck".



1552) The grace of good fortune in life is usually expressed as good luck. Where the near unexplainable manifests with a sheer audacity of grandeur. What becomes expressed is nothing less than the miraculous. The extraordinary wonder of heaven smiles upon thee with a deepening joy.

Good fortune or luck defines the moment with delight for what just has transpired. The uncommon event appears surrounded by the mundane. A paradox transforms the moment to one of curiosity if not a hearty gratitude. To become dumbfounded is a healthy sign of humility.  Allowing a deepening of ones role in the world and to a greater extent the mystery of living. All appears well and ones sense of appeasement is achieved with everything in hand.

This becomes the moment of a superficial to deepened reflection with joy all experienced in a split second. Afterwards the ordinary world jostles you back to your preconceived notions. Taking you off the hidden trail onto the well worn pathway in life.  ---Ivan Pozo-Illas / Atrayo.

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