Chanel de Paris Le bureau de JCAngelcraft Sept. 24, 2017: Love has no specific color. It is not solely green like the color of money; nor is love the color of silver, gold, bronze or even copper. Love is not black, white nor red nor even the color of sunshine yellow though that may sound somewhat strange. Rather love is the color of an act of kindness or a series of acts conveyed for the betterment of life and creation. If expressed as color then love is all the colors of the spectrum – an energy – arranged and fused together by the creative force that works through each one of us. We express color to this world by our acts, one built upon the next, to make life better for each other. That is how life is supposed to work that is how color is to be understood.
Love is like a bolt of lightning, a fearsome terrible symphony of light that has the power to destroy. It can also bring light and energy into house when its power is collected and harnessed through technology. Like an explosion of light and vision, Love is the power to create . It is the inspiration to bring forth new ideas in all areas of life. Love is a muse and a gift and the only way both saint and sinner can together meet on the field of business. Our muse makes sure that we are all equally equipped, but not equally blessed for good behavior must be rewarded. God’s Holy Spirit blessed good things so they stand out before our collective witness that all might know how things work in the universe of our existence.
Our muse is one muse, a creative loving aspect of our Holy Spirit and its energy we harness to what we love often giving little consideration to where the blessing is transmitted from. Kind and loving, our muse does not forsake a man or woman to place bread on their table through the selling or making of textiles however simple that work may be. She settles in where it is most comfortable and right. We should expect help from our muse. Our muse works among the poor and the rich and many people needs to heal from an un-logical and inhuman expectation of our muse to deliver them wealth and riches. We must help the poor and using our own money and not other’s people money. This way the muse can be more gracious with us.
It is by our own deeds and misdeeds that we win and curry or lose the favor of our personal muse who continually sits in judgment, giving importance to each of our lives while we hardly consider its importance. So when creativity and blessings cease, we know now it is because of our sins. And when creativity ceases to be the aim of our endeavors and we get sidetracked with wickedness and we throw our lot in with the damned it is then that we come to learn that we reap what we sow. These principles of life and good laws of nature and consequence guide successful people and only through deciet and much sorrow do the wicked keep up losing many among their ranks so that the new demons can say, “I did this,”
In the world of ambitious successful creative people who solely dedicate themselves to money, their image and their success, love is but a bystander in their lives and a crutch for which to blame all their sorrows, until they have no choice but to find help for their inner being. Love is the excellence of being good to all and not just to whom it is convenient. So love your neighbor not bearing ill will towards anyone or anything. Be careful to chose who guides you spiritually for your life and work no spells or iniquity on yourselves or others. Do no evil or harm to each others work or lost will be your life’s love and ambition and room will be made for people that have earned the right by example, continual repentance and good works.
By ourselves we can create nothing, but with God’s help there is nothing we cannot do. Creative force and creative energy from our muse is very important to fashion and design, but without God’s blessing what we love so much can become like an unreachable star in the night sky. So we must think about others more than ourselves. It is important to think as a team and to make a name for ourselves but not at other peoples’ expense rather through good reputations in our relationships with each other. If you have lost the muse, you can work to bring it back into your life through hard work and good behavior always striving to help others.