I’d rather (3)

Shorter list done during my morning routine. First bullet point happened before I even got a shower. Going to keep this love flowing as much as my brain will let me.

  • I’d rather have my mom in my life than my dad; but more than either I’d rather they have what they have indicated they want so badly. I’d rather their wishes be fulfilled because they deserve it. They deserve their happy ending after a long sucky tale.
  • I’d rather have my desires manifest than my fears, but more than just me I’d rather all of humanity experience that. Our sympathetic-responses/fight-or-flight systems are hyper-reactive to things in the modern world that are not actual threats to living, that system is dysfunctional and toxic in all of humanity. I’d rather it be healed for everyone.
  • I’d rather peace, selflessness, and cooperation return to humanity.
  • I’d rather die quickly and quietly, than any other option; but moreso I still have a desire to live, so I’d rather live a joyful-happy super-healthy life. I’d rather everyone- all of humanity- have their version of that. If they are done: let them be done quickly, quietly, and easily; if they are still going: let them return to full health and enjoy life fully.
  • I’d rather everyone see that you can’t make anyone have a desire to live, especially with invasive medical interventions. At best you can be there for them and your being there might inspire a will to live, but even that is not a guarantee. My experience has shown me that. Sometimes desire to die is based upon loneliness and isolation, so family/friends presence fixes that; and sometimes it is just a realization they’ve done all they can do with the body they have, and when a miracle never comes, the body is never going to get better. It’s just going to be one thing after another, after another, that medicine might, or might not be able to fix, it just makes people ready to go- it’s a universal worldwide moment that happens with everyone. I would say I personally have seen 5 times of the latter (see the end) more than the former (loneliness). The bucket list never got met because physical incapabilities ran out long before their list did, bad knees, frozen shoulders, bad hearts, digestive upsets that require too many bathroom visits, you name it, once someone experiences one too many they know it’s time. But once that realization happens, it’s always just a matter of time. Really those people might have a desire to live again if they had miracle healings, but miracle healing doesn’t come from medical interventions. So yes, I’d rather people understand that better in relation to others as society as a whole.
  • I’d rather the world be filled with more miracles and healing (because all the above and more).
  • I’d rather live in a world with more acceptance and understanding for each other.
  • I’d rather live in a world where love transcends even difficult moments.
  • I’d rather feel loved and accepted even when my choices go against someone else’s preferences.
  • I’d rather feel good.
  • I’d rather have things to look forward to.
  • I’d rather smell the roses than work hard.
  • I’d rather see wonder sights.
  • I’d rather explore.
  • I’d rather be less jaded.
  • I’d rather believe better is possible.
  • I’d rather have miracles for myself.
  • I’d rather have abundance in all areas of my life.
  • I’d rather have good times and good memories.
  • I’d rather see things improving daily.
  • I’d rather celebrate my changes and improvement and know I’m having a positive impact on the world.
  • I’d rather let go of things I can’t change.
  • I’d rather feel safe and secure.

May you have good I’d rather moments. May you know that the divine loves and supports you in all that you do.

Om Shanti.

About Treasa Cailleach

I'm a massage therapist working with chiropractic and the elderly; musician, artist, pagan, mom, B of LGBTQ, & polyamorous professional.

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