Looking in the Mirror

Spiritual Revelations for those seeking Humanity in Humans ~~CordieB.

About Looking in the Mirror

Even if you are on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there.


Tis Me, CordieB.

Hello, people. I started this blog for those out there who want to connect with others who want to live a better life and have heightened peace through spirituality and being connected with their creator, themselves, other humans beings and the world in which we live.

The ancients knew the connection between man and the Divine. They knew that buried beneath the personality, perceptions and self-imposed limitations there lies a spirit of unlimited possibility. They knew that you choose with your thoughts the shape and form of your life. You create with your words the conditions that you will face. You limit with your fear the coming forth of your desires. You destroy with your blame the direction of your destiny.

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  jessejamez wrote @

Hello you,

I just read your comment about reading random blogs (possibly mine also.. woot woot)

and i jsut had to say thank you, if not for reading mine then for being so passionate about other people, its a tough thing to find nowadays but when i hear people like you talking its a good reassurance

im lovin your site too – i can tell that God has blessed you truly and will bless even more through you so keep doin what you do and spreadin the word.

I think I’m gonna add you to my favorites fosho 🙂

As you said “keep keepin it real”

-JesseJames

  cordieb wrote @

Thanks so much for the positive feedback. I can’t check out your site at this time; I’ll have to wait till I get home. The computer I’m using blocks myspace. Keep being positive, and pass it on to the youthful ones and the ones that have to come after you. From looking at your pic, I’d say that you are about my son’s age – maybe a little older. Young men have a lot of pressure these days. He has a my space page and a beebo page. I try to keep in in, (he’s 15) because the crime is so bad where we live, and there are so many young men being shot and killed. I’ts a shame that he can’t enjoy his youth the way that I could enjoy mine. I know that I won’t be able to protect him always, and he is a wanna be, but for now, we (me and my s/o) try our best to keep him out of the madness.

  Michael Joyce wrote @

Wonderful blog. Love the setup…and I love the Billie Holiday playing in the background. “God bless the child that has Billie playing.” I’ll definately be back from time-to-time. Keep writing and healing us with your words. Check out my blog sometime when you get a chance. Peace and Love- Michael

  lostwidow wrote @

hey a note on todays blog…
a quote you might feel useful
“The Mile: People come into our lives and walk with us a mile, and then because of circumstance they only stay a while. They serve a need within the days that move so quickly by, and then are gone beyond our reach, we often wonder why. God only knows the reason that we meet and share a smile, why people come into our lives and walk with us a mile.”

  CordieB wrote @

@lostwidow. Very beautifully said. I could not add anything to it or take anything away from it. But, sometimes in our mind the answer is there, but fear, judgement, and/or our limited views or knowledge prohibit from seeing the answer. Sometimes, the answer is revealed to us later along our journey, and we have an, “oh that was it moment.” Like when we finally figure out a math problem that we’ve been working on for sometime. Once we see the solution, it all seems so easy and clear. But notice I say sometimes . . . Because we truly only see a fraction of what God sees. But in the book of Corenthians, we are advised that what we see now is cloudy, but in time it will be clear. That love surpasses all, even faith and hope. So, love yourself through it and express love to those who are still with you physically until it is revealed. Love has a way of speeding up clarity; Fear (which includes judgement, self-judgement, feeling you are lacking, hatred, etc.) seems to make us even blinder.

  Abdur Rahman wrote @

Peace Cordie B,

This is a great blog. The first commentator had it spot on when he said that loving is a hard thing to do today! God bless you for loving!

Insha Allah (God willing), I’ll be stopping by again.

Peace

Abdur Rahman

  gypsy-heart wrote @

Cordie B ~ I followed you home, and I am so glad I did! 🙂

I love your positive and loving words and the beautiful images I found here.

I am going to explore more before I leave, and I will be back !

Agape’…

  Author wrote @

Hello CordieB,

I’m just beginning to explore your blog – and I like what I’m seeing. Love the music too!

Blessings to you.

  cordieb wrote @

@Author. Welcome to my humble world. Please make yourself at home. If you need anything, don’t hesitate to ask.

Peace, Light and Love, CordieB.

  Visionary wrote @

Hi CordieB I just poped by to say hello and take a look at your site. It’s ver professoinal looking and I love the content. I think I will be a regular visitor here now.

I really was inspired to comment on your The Frog in hot water but I can’t figure out how th leave a comment on that item.

Take care

{{@Visionary – Glad you like it – thanks. I’ll work on those text wiggets – in the mean time, you can leave comments that are about wiggits on the latest post – Peace!!!}}

  Cordieb wrote @

@Visionary. There is no way to comment on stories that are in the text wiggits. You can however leave a comment on the latest post and relate it to the story. Pages and posts are commentable directly on the post; however the text wiggets are not. I might look into making them clickable. I’m glad you like the content – please visit again. I’ll be visiting you too. Thanks .

Peace, Light and Love,
CordieB.

  C Desjarlais wrote @

Extremely peaceful, elegent homepage and thoughts. I am in awe! As a blogger, it is so important to me that I leave evidence of not having lived this life as if a drea,

  cordieb wrote @

@C Desjalais – Thank you. You give a blessing whenever you leave a trace of your existence.

Peace, Light and Love to you and yours,
CordieB

  Enreal’s Tale « Journals Of Enreal wrote @

[…] the labyrinth of life, live love whatever… just look in the mirror… the reading of love letters… then mirror cracked… with demure restraint I catch […]

  angryafrican wrote @

I just came across your blog while reading SanityFound. I just wanted to let you know that your ex is a… hum… sub-human for the lack of a better and printable word. I hope to God that most men don’t. But the truth is that most men just don’t speak out either. We are too silent. I tried to write about how I felt about this – have a look and let me know what you think. It would be appreciated. http://angryafrican.net/2008/04/23/i-will-do-anything/

  psychscribe wrote @

Oh my goodness Cordie! What a rich, beautiful and fabulous blog! I love it and can’t wait to crawl all over it! Am adding you to my blogroll immediately. Kudos!

  CordieB wrote @

@psyscribe- thanks soooo much for saying such nice things. I visited your blog a few moments ago; but I was unfortunately not able to comment (I tried twice); I received the 404 error – I’ll try again when I get home. I was trying to comment on the awsome picture of the bridge – I’ll post here until the post thingy works for me –

“That picture appears to lead to the abyss in my opinion. It will take lots of strength and courage to cross that bridge because most of us fear the unknown. Also, many of us fear being alone. But once we cross that bridge, we will be damn near invenceable, and very much wiser. I’ll see ya when I cross that bridge my friend (smile). Thanks for sharing such a thought provoking and mesmerizing pic; this pic is definitely worth a thousand words!

Thanks again for visiting, I’ll be returning to your spot often and have added you to my roll of conscious provoking shakers and movers – Peace, Light and Love, CordieB.

  C Desjarlais wrote @

Dear Heart,
I stop by to be fed and within the lines is food of the goddesses and the gods.
Thank you, sister.

  dcosby wrote @

I love your blog. I found it just clicking around on different …. actually, I can’t even remember how I did but I’m glad 🙂 …. I will definitely make this a regular stop of mine … peace

  enreal wrote @

You are amazing!!! I never followed this link 😀

  sahlah wrote @

I am pleased we have met. You have so many lovely things to read and consider in your pages. Thank you.

I look forward to learning from you. Be well.

  bosskitty wrote @

Thank you for visiting TruthHugger. Your pages are beautiful and inspiring. Your words and artwork present the higher nature of humanity we all need to recover inside ourselves.
You inspire me to dust off the reams of poetry and sketches from my youth and study them again.
Way down inside our grab bag of experiences is the innocent, idealism from our youth … thank you for reminding me to go there.

  Online Payday Loans wrote @

I found lots of interesting information on cordieb.wordpress.com. The post was professionally written and I feel like the author has extensive knowledge in the subject. cordieb.wordpress.com keep it that way.

[…] Cordie Incredible is not the right word… her voice, when heard in reply to mine is like a chorus of angels singing… thank you Cordie for blessing me with your knowledge […]

  Readers… writers… angels « Journals Of Enreal wrote @

[…] Cordie Incredible is not the right word… her voice, when heard in reply to mine is like a chorus of angels singing… thank you Cordie for blessing me with your knowledge […]

  cordieb wrote @

Thanks for the linky Enreal! I’m truely honored.

Peace, Light and Love. . . C.

  tumel wrote @

Your poems and art are so very beautiful, if I were given only one choice, it would be the Allness.

  cordieb wrote @

@Tumel. Thank you for your most inspiring and kind words. I do not remember writing a poem called the Allness…..please enlighten me. 🙂 where did you see it??? I’d love to see what poem you’re speaking of. Peace, Light and Love. . . C.

  tumel wrote @

I hope, I hope, I hope, it is yours Cordieb 🙂 the poem was really only one line, the art piece on page 3 I think of your deviant? art space.

  cordieb wrote @

@Tumel. LOL. Oh, I found it. The print “Allness” on my deviant art. I had forgotten about that one. I’m delighted you liked it!!! PLL, C.


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