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The inscription on the key that opens the doors to freedom from bondage reads, “I am responsible for everything in my life.”
Our belief that we are a victim, creates victimism and blocks our innate abilities to change our lives for we have surrendered our gift of free will.
There is a theory that we choose our life and associates before we incarnate.
The emotional and physical challenges in our lives are loosely scripted and these agreements are blocked from our memories.
These agreements and the usefulness of those decisions can be regained if we search for them.
We make decisions that help ourselves and others to spiritually evolve.
Within this theory is the possibility that the relationship between an absent father and a child was a choice made before returning to earth.
The abandoned child can acquire the strength that can be grown from this situation and the child may have the opportunity to learn the personal value of forgiveness.
The abandoning father choice to live a life of regrets becomes an act of personal sacrifice and love so the child can gain personal and spiritual experiences.
It removes the unusefulness of blame, the poison of hate and the two-edged sword of vengeance.
Once we see the possibility that we choose our life, it opens the realization that we can take actions towards change.
We are no longer a victim.
We become the creative essence we really are.