I am truly grateful for being able to live in area where, for the most part, people hold each other accountable to a set of high moral standards. Yes, there’s the good and bad around laws and dealing with the breakdown of enforcement, but by in large, it’s good to live in an area where I don’t have to think so much about literally paying back an eye for an eye.
Snow Quartz comes today to help you release and let go of any ideas, beliefs, and inherent stories you may have around what justice means for you and for others. Thinking about justice already brings up a set of judgments that may or may not actually be wholly true. Remember, there are often many perspectives to the same situation, the same story. Let Snow Quartz’s cleansing properties take you back to your core ideals and see if any of those ideals can be shifted, tweaked, or adjusted for even better.
What you can be aware of is any place you go to where you feel like playing the victim, or where it feels easier or even safer to stay in victimhood. It’s so easy to believe that this person, or that government, or the whole world is up against you during times of distress and trouble. When you find yourself slipping into that mindset, take that step back and ask for help. That help can come from outside of you in the form of loved ones, friends, public workers, religious workers, or educators, or it can come from within you from your intuition, your wisdom, your connection to a higher realm. Often, you can find assistance in a multitude of ways, but the first step is always to ask.
For those who have served and are dealing with the unintended health consequences of their service, the National Veterans Legal Service Program offers aids to those needing access to their benefits. This is only one group of many that helps to bring balance and justice to those who have given of themselves. What is one way you can help bring justice – or truth – to those around you?