Rick's Reflections Blog

At the end of each day,
I know that I did my best.
Sometimes the world can seem hard,
And just living feels like a battle.
 
This is what my thoughts can do,
When I believe the compelling story.
Somedays… I have to forgive myself,
That I didn't get much done.
 
There are days that I may need,
To suffer and feel my humanity.
And that is perfectly okay.
That is why I am here.
 
Not just for good times,
The easy days when things flow.
But to constantly grow,
Through the hard challenges.
 
On those days that I,
Don't show up and try…
I Give myself a break.
I Give myself Unconditional Love.
 
Realize that in this moment,
This too shall pass.
I did the best today,
That I could in this moment.
 
The rest of my life,
Is filled with new moments,
And every moment,
Is a new beginning...
 
Just a thought...
 
Live in Love and Peace,
Rick SyposhπŸ’πŸ™
The clock ticks.
A bell tolls.
The sun rises,

And it sets.

Another day,

In the life of mortal man.
 
And as this globe spins.
Turning day into night.
Dashing through a galaxy,
Around a great ball,
Of hot burning gasses.
Man counts.
 
He feels his existence,
And marks the moments,
With measurements precise.
So that he knows,
Exactly where he is,
At the very moment of his demise.
 
But only from this mortal coil,
Does man truly leave,
The illusionary construct,
Only meant to deceive.
For this is not his end,
But a momentary reprieve.
From whence he came he returns.
 
And so we play,
This game of time.
Spinning ever closer
Without reason or rhyme,
But yet in quiet moments,
We remember and we see,
The True Self that we came from.
 
For we are conscious,
And Aware.
Of the infinite possibility.
That we are more than mortal,
In the essence of our being.
The same light that fills the sky,
Is burning within me.
 
In the quiet moments.
When the clock slows down,
And Stops.
When my heartbeat sends a message,
Of True undying Love.
Then Peace begins to fill,
The emptiness of man,
 
Let the clocks tick,
for experience I gain,
upon a world of physical,
Imperfect in it's way.
But all I see, smell, taste, hear,
And touch,
Contributing to the All
 
I Am,
My part in infinity.
With Consciousness shared,
Not just for me,
but for all of Divinity.
So I expand the knowledge,
That will last for eternity.
 
Live in Love and Peace,
Rick Syposh
Most beautiful magnificent sun,
Brightly shining down on me,
Giving me warmth and colour,
Filling my world with illumination.
 
Thank you for all your gifts,
My very existence dependant,
As well as that of the planet,
On your ever present radiant glow.
 
In the morning filling the clouds,
With a spectacular light show,
Delighting my corporal senses,
Waking me to Earth’s visual pleasures.
 
Just to bask in your majestic beams,
My body’s absorbing of your rays,
As you heat the surfaces of all,
That is blessed with your presence.
 
Not a wonder that early man,
Looked upwards and worshiped,
This most wondrous flaming ball,
Of life giving comfort and light.
 
Then… as the world turns,
Day’s brightness growing dim,
As you descend on the horizon,
Releasing in setting a burst of glory.
 
But what wonders are revealed,
As we turn away from your brightness,
I discover that I am not alone here,
Looking up I see a whole new sky.
 
What is this… All these little specks,
Stellar, spectral light breaking through,
The void that is the dark of night,
Showing that above more is available.
 
For all you give me brilliant sun,
You hide with your shining might,
That beyond my meagre little life,
An infinite universal potential.
 
While you are unique in your way,
You are but one of countless lights,
Significant to me because you are mine,
Jealously hiding your siblings by day.
 
Even in the deepest dark of night,
You try to make your presence felt,
Bouncing your reflected light,
Back to Earth by way of the moon.
 
Showing that as the world turns away,
To marvel at the swirling clusters,
Of miniature dots of distant stars,
Your presence is still in evidence.
 
I can no longer be fooled though,
Dear beautiful bountiful sun,
Though it is through you that I,
Feel the very nature of existence.
 
There is more to the abyss of space,
Than the limited sight that you show,
With your brightly beaming face,
An eternally intelligent system is there.
 
Not within my earthly mortal experience,
To begin to understand or comprehend,
There to be a mysterious paradox,
Only incompletely observed from afar.
 
It is through the light of your solar love,
That I have this life of abundance,
Allowing me to wonder of what is beyond,
Through the sun that the father is found.
 
Live in Love and Peace,
Rick
Whatever you do today,
Do it with an open heart.
Which means an open mind.
Uncluttered by yesterday's thoughts,
Ready to face todays challenges.
With a clear head.
Unfettered from insecure thought.
Or limited by fear.
Let Love guide you.
Moment to moment.
On this days journey.
What ever the experience.
Receive it in gratitude.
 
Live in Love and Peace,
Rick πŸ’–πŸ™πŸ»
Have you ever looked to the sky,
And wished upon a star?
Well its like that when you look,
Into yourself.
 
For that is what you are,
A brilliant star.
A bundle of pure light,
Of eternal energy.
 
And your wishes,
All come True,
When you realize,
Your own innate essence.
 
This world only made,
One of you.
You are as unique,
As any star above.
 
And like a star,
You are ever changing,
Transforming to Be,
A beacon of light.
 
To shine not from above,
But from within,
To brighten a path,
For all to see.
 
Live in Love and Peace,
Rick πŸ’–πŸ™πŸ˜Ž

Latest comments

01.10 | 14:31

I am so glad to hear Sara! So kind of you to let me know! On the website menu to the left is also a "Procrastination" page which has some insights on the topic.

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30.09 | 17:08

I found your blog post after googling "procrastination and the three principles". I'm new to this understanding and your very clear explanation helped. ☺️

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12.12 | 22:29

Thank you Lars! So happy to hear from you, and glad you enjoyed the reading! I hope to continue writing and sharing whenever inspired. 😊

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12.12 | 14:30

Hi Jonelle
Just stumbled across your website, love reading all your insights.
Hope you keep sharing. Thanks from Lars (all the way from Denmark

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