Thought of the day by my 13-year-old son:
“Life is just a video game, except there are no cheat codes.” ~ by Kyle Kubicko
My son must hear what I am saying. He wanted me to share this thought with you.
So as not to be partial… here are my daughter’s hands catching a rainbow.
I love my children.
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About Karen Kubicko
I found my joy in studying and participating in past life regressions. Ask me any question on past life regression and I will blog the answer.
By re-experiencing my own personal past lives, I’ve learned a great deal about myself on multiple levels.
I have remembered nearly forty past lives. Through total immersion into each memory, I have released a variety of unfounded fears, explained relationships, alleviated health issues, reawakened psychic talents and explained my fondness of certain time periods and geographic locations.
When you personally remember a past life, you can heal yourself of health issues and phobias. Do you have any unfounded fears or phobias in your life? Do you have a nagging health issue? Are these issues unfounded in your current lifetime?
Think about it.
In my book, Life Is Just Another Class – One Soul’s Journey Through Past Life Regression, I share some of these lifetimes with you, in hopes that I will inspire and excite you to take your own spiritual journey. It is available on Amazon and at Barnes & Noble.
We experience several lives here on Earth to learn and to grow.
I invite you to embrace this classroom we call Earth and get to know why you are truly here in this lifetime.
Children really do learn what they see, hear, and live. Your kids have the knowledge that many adults do not. All because they have been able to see, hear, and live in the natural flow we were intended to go in. 🙂
Thank you Kim for your wise and knowing words. Let me know when you have time for tea. xoxo
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Out of the mouth of babes….
But, there might very well be some “cheat codes,” if only we’re to but look….
fpdorchak ~ you are right. Sometimes I feel like it is cheating when I use my intuition and it turns out to be right (no matter how minor a thing).
Your post made me smile, both for the words and the beautiful child’s rainbow heart. Both my sons work in the video game industry, and my initial response to your words were, “maybe not cheat codes, but certainly life has its own ‘work-arounds'”. Like the comment just above, it’s amazing what secrets life holds if we but stop long enough to pay attention.
Thank you Sylvia! Every decision we make hold such importance in our lives.
No cheat codes! Cute!
I know right! My son is my cutie-pie.