Jack Kennedy: When You Lose the Connection
Updated: Mar 24, 2020
"Even when you can’t see very far along the road
that Spirit has set you on, as long as you are hand in hand,
the light and laughter will go with you."
Ann: OK, Jack, I guess I wasn’t all that nice to you in a couple of the other posts. And here I am feeling punk and thinking that you might help me or that we could help each other, go figure.
Jack: (Smiling) Ann, never let it said that I could not take a well-deserved set down, so never apologize for that. My previous tendency to ride roughshod over what I often and to my everlasting shame took to be minions, i.e., women and others who served, is one of my rehabilitation tasks in my present line of work.
And yes, I understand the fear, disappointment, and low spirits that can ooze their way in just when you think you have a handle on how to manage a difficult situation with no obvious end in sight. We are colleagues in that, but what I said in the “Be Your Own President” speech is still good advice. Be who you would want your leader to be. By that I don’t mean act or move outside your own center of gravity but, instead, honor your own strength, your own light, and your own direction as offered by Source.
Even when you can’t see very far along the road that Spirit has set you on, as long as you are hand in hand, the light and laughter will go with you. I was a mean son of a bitch on occasion, but I knew I had the light, and I never lost the ability to laugh at myself because a bigger idiot than I you would never want to find as I careened from public persona to private chaos. Bobby kept me straight, for his was a deeper connection, and I fed off of that.
So when you feel you are losing that connection, reach, as Anita has told you, for Richard just as I reached for Bobby. Each of you has such a person, entity, or idea that bring you into the light when you turn in their direction. They provide the lodestar, and it is always there if you reach for it. Through these mediums, the flotsam and jetsam falls away, we come back to center, have a good laugh at what idiots we are and go on to the next thing to try to do better.
That’s what I’m doing now, Ann, in offering myself to you for ass kicking when appropriate and making myself available to your blog readers when we have something between us that we think can be of help to others. We don’t have to be perfect. We just have to keep trying, looking up, doing better, and never forgetting to laugh because sooner or later we will all look like idiots.
March 23, 2020
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