I have always been deeply inspired and moved by music. Music is like oxygen for my soul. Lately, I’ve reached for songs that are reminders of spiritual truths for me, that no matter what has happened to us, we’re still here, still kind, still compassionate. Still love. Nothing that has ever been done to us has diminished our light, our beauty, our soul. I was listening to my iPod yesterday, and one of my favorite songs came on, Carry On, by Fun. It’s really the perfect anthem for where we find ourselves right now, especially for those of us who are not from here, who are Empaths, emissaries of light from the 5th dimension. Some of the lyrics are: ” If you’re lost and alone, or you’re sinking like a stone, carry on. May your past be the sound of your feet upon the ground, carry on. Carry on, carry on. ‘Cause here we are, We are shining stars, We are invincible, We are who we are. On our darkest day, when we’re miles away, the Sun will come. We will find our way home. If you’re lost and alone, or you’re sinking like a stone, Carry on. May your past be the sound of your feet upon the ground, Carry on. No one’s ever, no one’s ever gonna stop, no one’s ever gonna stop us now. Carry on, carry on.”
When I think about the things many of us have survived, I am flooded with love for all of us. We are amazing. We are the warriors of the light. I love that part of the song, ” May your past be the sound of your feet upon the ground, carry on.” We kept going. We never quit. What does that tell you about who you are? About who you have always been? We ARE shining stars. We ARE invincible. Even when we get tired, we’re still invincible. Remember that.
Don’t get bogged down with the negativity of others. That’s their journey, their Karma, their lessons, not ours. We’re on this journey together, an army of light workers, millions strong, joined by love. Stay strong. Do whatever it takes to remind yourself of the truth of who you are. If music uplifts you, go to YouTube and find this song. Turn it up. Blast it. Sing along with it. And CARRY ON! Sending love, Judith