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I always say that everything in existence – be it human, animal or thing – has a role to play in the grand scheme of things. Some would call it Karma; however, only humans (and maybe animals) have a choice in the matter. You can either play your role, or you can disregard it completely and go your own way … at your own peril.
But what does this have to do with angels?
In the biblical definition, angels are divine messengers of god, which means that they are supposed to help put you back on track or lend you a hand when things get tough. But I’ve personally never seen a winged being with a bright halo helping an old lady cross the street, have you? I have, however, seen a complete stranger do that. I have also seen a person on the train help a random person get to his destination, and another random stranger pay another’s bus fare, for the latter didn’t have enough cash and had forgotten his card. As Garou would put it in his deeply inspiring song “Heaven’s Table”, “well maybe they’re angels, cuz not all the angels sit at heaven’s table.”
But how can you be the angel you are destined to be?
It’s fairly simple to do, but rather difficult to initiate: whenever you find a chance to do some kindness, go for it. Hold the elevator door for that old man; free that bird stuck in the bush; or share your umbrella with that lady on the street. It costs you a few seconds of your precious life, but it infinitely brightens your day and the day of those you’ve helped. Moreover, as discussed in my previous article on Synchronicity, you’ll never really know if you are their angel or if they are yours.
In the end, you may not get any recognition for the small acts of kindness you do, but it’s not why you do them anyway. Try to do one small random act of kindness every day, and you’ll see how much better your day becomes. In a way, by doing that you are consciously paying off that karmic debt that we all have, which is what makes you feel a lot lighter.
Originally posted on September 23, 2020 @ 9:21 am