Architects: I love meeting new people!
If I’ve learned anything it’s that each person you meet is a piece in your puzzle; the beautiful picture your mind is slowly assembling with the angels of civilization. A handshake, glance or passing conversation may provide an immediate spark or it may be a gift awaiting postage and cosmic delivery – give it time! Some people are reflections of your past and some will lead by example. As to say, some people are awaiting answers and others are the answer.
As superficial as we’ve become, it’s so easy to categorize, label and discard anyone who doesn’t fit the initial vision, desire or want we have for ourselves, often fleeting and careless.
I’ve always tried to anticipate the impact a person is going to have or is having in my life and vice versa. The truth is, it could all end up being very anticlimactic, yet crucial – a building block to a stepping-stone to anew.
There are some souls we can easily connect with, some we cannot or shouldn’t others we have to nurture and tiptoe around, while others constantly trigger our hearts to invest, knowing ‘Time is on our Side!’ All of these people are the architects of our reality. They are the missing links in our story and our spiritual connectors.
When you’re in the flow and energy of your life, many of the pieces will begin to reveal themselves, almost sequentially, synchronistically and with an unquenchable desire to be known; but, while in wait, it can often seem like a gigantic and torturous game of Clue. The questions mount, aim like missiles toward the sky and fire. Inquisitive residue and entitlement asphyxiate the angels and heavens.
Why did this happen? What did this or that mean? Why did it seem so perfect and not happen? The answers exist, you just have to faith that you’ll live long enough to find out – you will.
With this, it’s probably best to assume your role and responsibility with every connection. Some people you’re drawn to and simply can’t let go of – the gods will not allow it. It almost feels like a dream sequence and can easily be misinterpreted as self-defining fate.
With some, you’ll disconnect. Try as you may, the flint will not ignite. Eventually, you’ll tire and will have to assume the message was delivered, the fire expired and/or it’s time to walk-on. To remain would simply cause galactic unrest. An unwelcome chemical reaction can quickly become a forced, often uncomfortable, yet permanent vacancy.
Growing apart isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It is simply a demolition awaiting recreation for both parties. The phrase ‘growing apart’ insinuates that someone is simply not as evolved. This is arrogance. The purpose, or initial exchange was delivered.
The collective wants to live, grow and breathe; we’re all apart of that, building, destroying and rebuilding the cosmos in our own image; we are the Supreme Being we seek and it is within us. God is a reflection – that’s it!
Take the time and make an effort to connect with everyone who opens a door your way and open as many as you can…
We are all architects!