Is It Really True That All Is As It Should Be? by John Cali

My spirit guides are fond of reminding folks, including me, all is as it should be. But is that really true?

The past couple weeks, the United States, especially the northeastern part, has been wracked with a series of devastating storms, including the monster Hurricane Sandy. Many people were killed, injured, and left homeless. It could take weeks or months for them to recover.

When we witness events like that, and all the other disturbing news we see nearly every day, I wonder how anyone, even the spirits, can say “All is as it should be.”

It’s been unusally busy around here recently, with several unexpected developments. But then, all is as it should be. 🙂 Anyway we’re revisiting an older article this week, with that title, All Is As It Should Be.


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4 Responses

  1. Ed

    In my teens, I channeled the saying “Everything always works out OK”. While in the midst of various events, we get caught up in the drama. If we could move ourselves ahead 5, 10 or 20 years and look back on the event, we would find that everything always works out OK. It may not be the way we wanted, or the way we planned, yet it is ultimately OK. It is just the drama of the moment that can make it appear that we will never recover or will not survive.
    While this seems too simple to be, look back on ANY event in your life, and see if it is not so. You lost a boyfriend, a girlfriend, a championship game, a job, a loved one, a home, a prized possession or whatever. If it is OK, then you can see the truth in this simple statement, if not you need more time to distance you from the event so that you can see the truth.
    And what of the ultimate situation you may ask? What if I die? Well as you are eternal, and cannot “die” ever, you can only leave your physical body and take on a new one, 5-10-20 years down the road, if you consider it important enough to look back on the event, let me know if it hasn’t worked out OK.
    Love & Light,

  2. Mikala St. Germain

    My inner peace, serenity, love, joy, the perception of my soul that my vibration is glowing and expanding in the Light, and my compassion for all my fellow Beings tells me all is as it should be. So, yes.

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