The Soul Plan Series: #12 Love and Knowledge

There is a saying in life that the only things that are certain are death and taxes.
I don’t agree, I believe the two certain things in life are love and knowledge.
These are a gift and right for everyone.  As we go through our lives we learn; some lessons are forced upon us, some lessons we choose to discover and some we are led to.  Knowledge is more than the words printed in an Encyclopedia, knowledge is what we gain when we experience life and see what we know to correct and true.
Equally through our journey across life we encounter love.  Sometimes we find love based on the knowledge we possess and sometimes it leads us to our next lesson but it is noticeable at some level in existence or absence in everything we do.  Love can be held for a person, for a place or even just for an idea.
As gifts go love and knowledge are curious animals.  They can be beautiful to behold and give great pleasure but they can also leave scars and cause pain as we experience them.  However they impart their wisdom both love and knowledge expand our consciousness and realm of ideas with the lessons they teach.
If we choose to learn the lessons we are exposed to new worlds can be opened to us – places, ways of thinking , experiences, aspects of our nature such as sexuality.  Some people are great teachers in love and knowledge but for some this can be a challenge, something which hold them back and impairs their existence in some way.
If you feel this in someway relates to you I invite you to let me teach you more about your Soul and it’s plan.  Click here for more information.  Scroll down to see the extracts of a song that has a refreshing take on love.

Soul Plan, Kent, Rochester, Medway, Susan Cox, Minding the Soul, Love, Knowledge
The Soul Plan Series #12 Love and Knowledge

On April 5th, 1984
The London Pallaium was the scene of Tommy’s show once more
It was a full house and he had the crowd eating out of his hand once more
Everything, as usual, seemed completely unplanned
And in what seemed like a finale Tommy dropped to the floor
Causing the room to erupt into laughter and rapturous applause
the curtain closed, lights went up and there was no encore
Everybody left there seats and headed for the door
Unbeknownst to them they had witness Tommy Cooper’s death
He had given his all until he had nothing left
Now please note that at th moment that this entertainer died
Even with a room full of people not one tear was cried
Much less, they rose to their feet as they lauged and clapped
Now tell me one f*****g thing that’s more beautiful than that…
Cos’ im sure i cant think of one.
– Scroobius Pip from the song Tommy C

 Love and blessings,

Susan x

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