by Carlton Haney
Question poised by; Bertha W, Houston, Texas
Why are persons in our lives like passing traffic?
If I understand your question correctly, Bertha, you are asking why people come in and out of our lives like a form of traffic, is that correct?
For as long as we live, people exit and enter our lives. Your assumption that it is like traffic is very interesting. There are school mates when we are young, teachers, related family and extended family members, high school and college friends, and in adulthood a multitude of other people.
Those people are like a giant kaleidoscope in our life. The reflections they instill within us are very profound. If everyone that came into our life stayed with us, we would blow all the circuits of our mental boundaries. Union of two people is beautiful, but passage in and passage out is natural and necessary.
Each person who has influenced you in a positive and significant way is there because of the natural law of synchronicity. Synchronicity is the universal law of attraction in which people, places and events come into our life to fulfill a need. In our adult life there are people to teach, govern, guide, protect, befriend, console and enrich us. Once our need is filled, it is a natural occurrence to separate with warm farewells. On the other hand, an event or circumstance that has led to mistrust can cause us to end a relationship.
Bertha, I find that the gifts of those people by personal association can lead to many dynamic forms of evolvement in our relationship with them. Our automatic guidance system will determine the natural state and length of time we invest in these people. Our mind’s eye is very keen and can anticipate our intuition for guidance.
In the end, we empower ourselves by accepting the outcomes and realizing divine guidance has led us to people who become sole mates or friends. If we maintain just a few, we are truly blessed. These final people in our lives are gifts to us and utilize the laws of interaction and unconditional love.
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