DEATH AND LIFE REFLECTIONS by William L. Ingram

Published March 15, 2020

DEATH AND LIFE REFLECTIONS by William L. Ingram

 Death is like an invisible backdrop to the theater of life. We all know it’s  there, but we can’t see it or feel it. Loved ones and others have slipped  behind that dark curtain without a trace.

One of the most universally held fears of all mankind down through the ages is to suffer a sudden and painful death. We are truly saddened to learn of these instances whether they are accidents or intentional.

Most of us prefer the comforting thought of our dear ones gathered at our bedside as we slip off behind that death curtain satisfied that we lived a good life.

That’s the scary part. Can we lie there in all honesty and know that we did our absolute best to discover our human potential and grow into it? Not just huff and puff until we have the “toys” or “trophy’s” that others can envy.

The key is to discover the purpose and meaning of life and our identity within it.

It’s not what you think, it’s what you say that matters;

It’s not just what you say, it’s what you do that matters;

It’s not just what you do, it’s who you are that matters;

It’s not just who you are, it’s who you are becoming that matters the most.

That determines the quality of your life now and beyond.

Learning to “Be Still and Know” the true meaning of life is the prime directive of every human consciousness, though it is virtually unknown and misunderstood. This is what I call Life View Confusion and it’s only lasting cure is internal self honesty guided by meditation and prayer. Discovering eternal guiding principles through an objective stillness brings an awareness and insight to our consciousness that awakens an authentic identity within us that grows in grace and fearlessness.

BE STILL AND LEARN