Emu Bush (Eremophila nivea)
(Listen while you read)
Once upon a time there were three little bushes. One little bush said to the other little bushes.
“Please be good, else we die.”
“Else we die,” said the other little bushes.
“Yes, else we die.”
“What do you mean by that?”
“What I mean, dear little bushes, is that if we are mean and nasty the gardener will eradicate us.”
“Oh no,” said the little bushes. “Let’s not be mean and nasty. We don’t want to die!”
And this is the case, dear hearts. When we are mean and nasty; we die.
Do you think not, dear ones? Indeed, some think not, and some agree.
This is so, dear hearts. We die, when we are mean and nasty. What is meant by this?
What is meant, dear hearts, is we, those cells within, die. Yes, this is true, dear hearts. Slowly, yet surely, the life within dies.
Are you saying that negativity slowly kills us?
Indeed, dear heart, this is precisely what we are saying.
And by understanding that negativity has a detrimental effect upon us internally we can assist ourselves by endeavouring to remain positive?
This is what we are saying, dearest:
To remain in a negative vibe will cause your body (your cells) dearest, to die. It is that simple.
Black and white?
Indeed, dear heart, black and white……..
©2016 Carolyn Page – ABC of Spirit Talk
Excellence story, being mean and nasty drags one down causing stress that very slowing cause our cells to die, a body with no energy to move, lost interest in everything.
What makes a person mean and nasty?
Here’s to a wonderful day smiling, even if it’s to yourself.
A day smiling sounds wonderful, Elsie. Our little cells will certainly rejoice! 🙂
Thnak tyou so much dear Carolyn for sharing this wonderful story
Hae a very nice day
Fear is a sticky bun, but I’m on a healthy diet that does not include being mean.
Thank you for this lovely, positive reflection, Carolyn! 😀 xoxoxo
You are most welcome, my dear Resa… Love your diet…
Sounds a lot like mine… 😉 😉
Indeed, Sharmishtha… 🙂