In this week’s episode of The Resiliency Factor, Reflections on 2021 and What’s to Come in 2022, you’ll hear my personal views on what’s really been happening globally and where we’re headed, collectively, in the New Year. Buckle up and get ready for an episode unlike any other I’ve done before…
I don’t consider myself psychic but I do consider myself to be highly intuitive. After many years, I’ve come to understand and trust my intuition. One of the things that become abundantly clear to me in looking back at 2021 is that it has been one of the most tumultuous years in modern history.
Given the nature of my work, I’ve had an opportunity to speak to others all throughout the US and around the world. Not surprisingly, many of the people I’ve spoken to describe this past year as one filled with fear, anger, frustration, distrust, sadness and the list goes on and on.
Collectively, we’ve all been traumatized in one way or another by the events that have taken place over the last couple of years but particularly in this past year. Speaking to an international audience has helped me to also discover that regardless of our race, color, or creed, we are so much more alike than we are different.
Just because we may speak different languages, hold different religious beliefs, or have varying degrees of melanin in our skin, doesn’t take away the fact that at the very core we really have the same basic human needs, wants, and desires. We all want to know that we, and the people we love and care for, are happy, healthy, and safe. We all want to feel love and acceptance for who we are and to have the autonomy to live our lives in the way that we choose as long as we’re not hurting others in the process. Yes, we are definitely more alike than we are different. To pretend that we are so diametrically different from one another is detrimental to the survival of humanity.
Every day more and more people around the world are waking up to the truth that we are all members of the same race, the human race. More and more people are starting to recognize that we are stronger when we stand together. In order to survive the craziness that seems to have enveloped our world, we need to link arms and lift one another up rather than tearing one another apart. Make no mistake about it – these last couple of years have shown us that we are in a spiritual battle for the soul of our collective humanity.
All things being said, I know deep in my heart and soul that 2022 is going to be a monumental year of personal transformation and growth for all of God’s children. The New Year that will soon be upon us promises monumental breakthroughs for people all around the world, and so my message for you today is simple – hold on… for just a little while longer. I know it’s been a bumpy ride, it’s been a bumpy ride for everyone, but I’m telling you that 2022 is going to be a turnaround year for a lot of us. As we pause to go into this holiday break and as we prepare to usher in a brand new year, if I do nothing else for you but give you enough hope to see the light at the end of the tunnel then I’ll know I have fulfilled my life’s purpose.
I wish you the most beautiful and blessed Christmas that you’ve ever had. Remember to spend time with the people you love because life is short and unpredictable. Remember to be good to yourself as being good to yourself helps you to be a better person to others. And, lastly, hold on to your faith in humanity. We’ve managed to survive all these years by linking arms and standing together.
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