I have been nominated for “The Mystery Blogger Award” by Didi. My most sincere thanks to you dear Didi for this beautiful honor!
Didi has one of the most wonderful spiritual blogs, with wisdom teachings from Master Sant Kirpal Singh Ji. Didi is the author of beautiful spiritual poetry accompanied by awesome graphic arts. If you have not seen his blog, I encourage you to visit him at: https://didisvgp.wordpress.com
Also about this Award you can visit Didi at: https://didisvgp.wordpress.com/2018/07/27/thank-you-for-the-mystery-blogger-award/?c=5824#comment-5824
01. Place the logo on your blog.
02. Thank your nomination to who nominated you and provide a link to your blog.
03. List the rules
04. Mention the creator of the prize and also provide a link.
05. Tell your readers three things about you.
06. Answer the 5 questions you have got
07. Ask your nominees five questions that you choose; with a strange or funny question (specify)
08. Share a link to your best publications
09. Nominate 10-20 people (blogs)
10. Notify the nominees by commenting on their blog.
What is the “Mystery Blogger Award”? :
The “Mystery Blogger Award” is an award for unique bloggers with witty messages. The blog not only captivates but inspires and motivates. They are one of the best bloggers that exist, and they deserve all the recognition they get. This award is also for bloggers who have fun and inspire in blogs; and they do it with love and passion. – Okoto Enigma
He decided to call the prize “Mystery Blogger Award” because the meaning of his name, “Enigma”, is “mystery”. So it bears the name of its creator. In addition, it is a very appropriate name because there are many blogs that are still a mystery for all of us and when we know them, they result being extraordinary.
Link to one of my best posts, it’s about a tribute to my mom. You can read it at:
Three things about me:
- I was deeply touched by my mom’s spirituality and kindness. I was very lucky to have her, and certainly I can appreciate more about her each day. Even though she is no longer in physical form, she continues to be a great source of inspiration to me!
- I am really enjoying being a part of this blogging community, and I am a witness of pretty amazing things happening here, when people that think alike bring their positive energy together to become a source of inspiration: the ripples of love and synchronicities begin to spread… I have been very fortunate to be gifted with “meeting” some very amazing people here, and to see the seeds of friendship germinate and start to blossom in a very short period of time!!! My gratitude goes to all of you, old and new friends!
- Out of all the inspiration and encouraging words I received from friends like you, I shyly began experimenting (a couple of weeks ago or so) with writing some brief poems Haiku style, and I am enjoying this very much! It has become another source of inspiration for me to capture moments or thoughts, (about nature, spirituality, pets, etc) in only a few words. This has been another beautiful and unexpected gift that stemmed out of “blogging”. So again, thank you to each one of you! 🙂
Here are some very interesting questions that Didi asked and I will have to take the plunge and go out on a limb to answer them… I apologize for the long answers, but some of these questions could be titles for books! LOL! So here we go:
My answers to the questions asked by Didi :
1.) Do you believe in a life after death?
2.) Do you believe that other intelligent life-forms exists?
3.) Do you believe that mankind’s history is exactly as we were taught?
4.) Do you believe that we stem from apes?
5.) Do you believe what governments tell us?
Please, state reasons to all 5 questions.
- Do you believe in a life after death? Yes, I believe that our lives in physical form, are just a brief moment in eternity, and that when we leave this 3-Dimensional form, our Souls continue on, our true essence does not perish, does not suffer illness, and is eternal. We are Souls having a human experience, and we can connect with our true spiritual nature through our hearts, the still small voice of our “intuition” and the frequency of Pure Love and Light. One of the thousands of examples is the story of a well documented case:
by Anita Moorjani – Life After Death, Surviving Cancer, she wrote a book called:
“Dying To Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing”
Here is a short video of her story:
2. Do you believe that other intelligent life-forms exists? I’d like to quote from a site : http://g42.org/perspective.html
“The image at the bottom of this page comes from the Hubble Space Telescope. This image is called the Hubble Deep Field. To get a better perspective:
- Imagine a dime that is 75 feet away from you. Better yet, place a dime on something, walk 75 feet away from it, and look and see how small it is.
- Now look up into the sky and imagine that dime 75 feet away (up in the sky).
- Here’s the kicker. Imagine that there are 1500 galaxies in that little spot of sky. The image at the bottom of this page is exactly that. It is an image of a piece of sky which is the size of a dime held 75 feet away. In that image are roughly 1500 galaxies.
Hopefully, if you’ve really thought these steps through, you’ll be filled with a quiet sense of wonderment. Just think, in that tiny slice of sky are 1500 galaxies! Not 1500 stars, 1500 galaxies! Each galaxy is composed of between hundreds of million to more than a trillion stars! How many 75FADSS (from now on I’ll use the abbreviation 75FADSS to stand for 75 Feet Away Dime Sky Slice) do you suppose it would take to cover the entire sky? Furthermore, all those stars are extremely far apart and the galaxies even farther apart.”
In other words, wherever we look around us, our own planet earth, our oceans, and our air, and a whole microscopic world that we are unable to see with the naked eye, it’s all teeming with a diverse forms of life! There are some bacteria in the human body called aerobics and some that are called anaerobics. Aerobics are able to use oxygen, whereas anaerobic bacteria can sustain life without the presence of oxygen!!!
Water bears, also known as tardigrades, are known for their virtual indestructibility on Earth. The creatures can survive intense pressures, huge doses of radiation, and years of being dried out.
With this in mind, we should not be like the people in the middle ages thinking that we are “the center of the Universe” and the sun and all the planets revolve around us. That we “Humans” are the only most intelligent and advanced animal species… Our egos would be deflated very quickly if we should minimize the Infinite Creation of all that exists, and dare to think that we are “it”?...
There are many mansions or dwelling places in this Infinite Multiverse!!!
3. Do you believe that mankind’s history is exactly as we were taught? Even since I went to school, the constitution of the atom has changed, the DNA is now much more than what we first believed, and Pluto is no longer considered a planet!
Despite the new discoveries, I don’t think that history or many of the subjects that we are taught are correct or in other words, “the whole truth”.
Students are not usually encouraged to think for themselves, nor to challenge the status quo. Those scientists that have many years of their careers, reputations (and great honorary grants) at stake have lost their “zest” to consider new theories or discoveries, so many of those new theories are ridiculed by Academia, and are removed from academic curriculum, discouraging students from exploring them (the true purpose of science is the search for truth). Students just simply have to regurgitate the old standard (and outdated) theories in order to “pass their grades”. Kind of like in the movie “Planet of the Apes” …
… which leads me into question #4 Do you believe that we stem from apes?
.4 -No, I don’t.
It will soon be 200 years since the birth of Charles Darwin and 150 years since the publication of “On the Origins of Species”.
- There are many misconceptions around his theory: Darwin’s ‘Origin of Species’ explains how animals adapt to new environments but not how animals “evolved” in the first place.
- Darwin only had a “theory”: a theory is only a “theory” until is proven to be a fact.
- Darwin’s theory of evolution does not stand up to logical scientific scrutiny and the newest archeological and biological (DNA studies) discoveries. “The missing link” that connects our human ancestors to the a “common ancestor” where apes and modern humans supposedly derived, has never been discovered!
- The scientific community remains in a status quo, and is still teaching this theory as the only acceptable theory!!! In many places, students are not allowed to explore other options in their school curriculum!!!
- It’s time to change the status quo and move on to new theories, in search of the truth!
5. Do you believe what governments tell us? No, I don’t. As I mentioned before, the status quo of Institutions such as government and Academia is to preserve hundreds of years old theories, for self -serving interests which maintain new information suppressed! (which could change everything for humanity in the blink of an eye), There is a lot of money involved by the Corporatocracy in exploiting our planet earth’s resources, why would they want to offer Nikola Tesla’s discoveries of free energy sources to all humanity? It’s up to “us” now, to demand access to the new technologies that could resolve hunger in our planet, cure diseases, and clean up the environment! “WE are the ones we have been waiting for”
The questions for my nominees:
- What do you think is the most important force in the Universe? and why?
- What is one of the greatest lessons you ever learned?
- If you could give one piece of advice to others that you learned through your life’s journey, what would that be?
- What helps you to overcome difficult challenges in life?
- If you could chose only one place that you feel at total peace, which place would that be?
Laleh Chini @ https://avoicefromiran.wordpress.com
- Luda @ https://plantsandbeyond.com/about/
- Manuela @ https://inaloveworld.wordpress.com
- Coach Muller @ https://mygoodtimestories.com/about/
- Katalina @ https://katherinemckshipp.wordpress.com
- Estrella Cuesta Fernández @ https://ceibaterapias.wordpress.com
- Michèle Duquet @ https://michelesorganics.wordpress.com
- Scribe for Love @ https://scribeforlove.blog
- rajarhymes@ https://myheartwrote.wordpress.com/
- Anita @ https://onelightonesource.com
Participation is not a must – its a voluntary matter. If you choose to participate I hope you enjoy it!
Thank you all dear readers and thanks again dear Didi! Sending you all light and love,