Archive for September, 2010

GRACIAS from The Lights Jerky Company

We had been hit with a computer virus that had slowed us down over the last 5 days but finally got it addressed.  In those 5 days we received thousands of emails and comments on our blog that will take me some time to get a response back to you. This may or may not happen so…

 We just wanted to take this opportunity to thank all of our readers.  The blog originally sat out to market our great jerky products but since then has evolved into a  blog is intended to reach out to our patrons and in some instances  help,  if received in that way.   If we help just one person everyday with their day, then the blog is worth it. 

People often say that our KARMA must be really good.   We have our ups and downs just like anyone else.  However, starting my day with the comments that you make gives me the will to continue to reach out with a big smile on my face.  THANK YOU for Reading, Commenting and hopefully passing the intent of our message to others.  e-karma feels pretty good.  AGAIN THANK YOU!!!  Oh by the way we do sell a great tasting jerky.  My wife says, “buy some today”…

Peace, Truth and Love to all.

Be Accessible

When we think of motivation we typically think of emotions that are inspiring or get us up an going.  We tie these concepts in to goal attainment and aspiration.  There is a distinctive “will” to succeed in what ever we set out to achieve.

However, as goals get bigger so does the aspiration -  not in the motivational sense but in the ability to take in what is at stake.   The aspiration moves from a desire to achieve to a feeling of labored breathing.  Fear becomes the motivating factor along these junctions.  At this point individuals have the tendency to talk themselves out of a goal because of fear.  Playing it safe replaces the original goal. 

When people play it safe they deflect the goal and become inaccessible.  Accessibility to a goal is a primary condition for success.  People that “self defeat” place themselves in an inferior position and self image is compromised.  The position becomes a long term strategy for living and the internal voice negotiation becomes “if I am uncomfortable – avoid it…”   

However if you become readily available to the conditions for success then success will follow.  That is if you are accessible and you come from the frame of thought that you “will try” then success will be accessible to you. 

Even if you fail at least you gain the experience of the transaction which can be used the next time you make your self accessible.  Make yourself accessible and success will be readily available to you because prosperity deserves your attention.

The Religion of EGO

The idea of Religion encompasses ones relationship with God, whatever and however this may appear to be to you.  It is a relationship based on love in whatever form. 

When religion is inoculated with ego then the message takes on a new meaning and propagation begins.  God is furthest from the center of this man made dynamic  and this is when people fail their relations with God and hate festers.   The need to exclaim the importance of their relationship with God and to be right becomes the “affirmed force” behind the faith,  rather than the true relationship that one  has with God and others.

By eliminating  the ego,  a truth of love with God begins and religion then becomes the furthest component from the center of this state of connectedness.  Religion is not at fault,  but, the individual ego and perception seem to be the culprit.   By attempting to see love in all people that you encounter, one can embrace their creator through a steady stream of love and respect.

 In all situations seek truth and love,  thus peace will result, which is more in line with the creator. And if not, then the result is still peace,  truth and love.

In all situtions,  allow love to be your guide which is a version of God that always resonates peace and truth.  However, the trick is maintaining this relationship for yourself, and only you because Religion is about you and your relationship with God and not what others might think.