My guides often remind me that I see things as good or bad because I'm seeing the world through ‘third dimensional’ lenses. Whenever I can step back and allow myself to see the larger picture, I am often humbled by how much my higher self loves me and offers me "lessons" so that I grow in love. Recently, I had a soul lesson while I was out to dinner with my grown children. I commented on how poorly our waitress was serving us and my youngest son said "How does that comment benefit our family connection?" BAM! I got it! I had forgotten to just love what is and not try to change it to my standards or satisfaction. I immediately thanked my son and then said a little prayer inside for both the waitress and for myself. I prayed for acceptance and forgiveness for all the times I may not have been at my stellar best. This journey of life is filled with both praise and blame. When I can remember that my essence is beyond either of these extremes, I can surrender and come to rest in the middle. My soul dwells in the dimensions beyond all polarities, especially the duality of right and wrong. Resting in this neutral world of the Spirit, I can be at peace. Through this peace I can look at life through the eyes of my soul. I can see my life through the lenses of love.