“Is that all?” The voice said. “Tell Me!!” I screamed.
There was a short pause and then I heard, “Do you remember how you were before your father died? Of course you do, and you say you could only find me here on that stage. I was with you the whole time. I was communicating through all of those things that you were interested in. You found the Theatre, and so since you were there, I had ways of talking to you there. Do you remember the first piece you had to memorize in your training?” “Yeah!” I said sarcastically. “Recite it for me,” the voice said. It was from Shakespeare…
“All the world’s a stage,
And all the men and women merely players.
They have their exits and their entrances,
And one man in his time plays many parts…”
OOHH MYY GOD!!!!
Laughter filled the stadium, and at that moment I was flooded with my life experience. Up until that moment I was shown how spirit had always been communicating with me. I had never been alone. The message had always been so geared and perfectly tailored for my understanding. Spirit was talking to me through all the things I was interested in, I just hadn’t been listening. I was too busy telling my sob story rather than telling a story that was good for me. Since I could only find peace and acceptance of myself and my life on the stage…the Shakespearean message was so clear. All the worlds a stage! Duh Jeoff! I laughed. I was humbled. I was giddy!! I was laughing at the absurdity of it all, and I threw up my middle fingers and said “FUNNY!!!!!” I kept laughing while I was rolling on the floor, and I could hear the audience just roaring with me. It was amazing.
Once I calmed down I could feel how much I had changed, how much I felt a renewed peace within me.
This peace was there the whole time, and I finally stopped denying myself the love I so desired. I had my laughter back, my life felt like mine again and I was gifted with book ideas, movie ideas, and CDs/DVDs. These ideas were there, and I said, “Thank you. Thank you so much.” I was now an Artist of Life, and the world is always my stage.
I love Being Me.