WARNING! IF YOU ARE NOT READY TO FACE YOUR TRUTH – DO NOT WATCH.*
I’d like to be very open and up front about Quest – The Truth Always Rises. It’s brutally honest, revealing, and not for everyone.
I do not hide or avoid from sharing some of the darkest shadows of my life. Sometimes the energy isn’t comfortable and there are parts that are not easy to watch. This is my truth. I am a believer that we cannot shelter children from the reality of what other children go through. Understanding the pain someone else might be living in helps us empathize instead of judge and with empathy we can help open up gateways to a better future.
Love and fear are different energy vibrations. Love feels safe whereas fear is with anxiety. Fear can lead to love but the two cannot be present at the same time. Denial and avoidance is a form of fear. Fear of the truth? Perhaps fear of pain? I had to go back into my past to release the anxiety so I could make space for a deeper love and brighter future — to a place I didn’t even know existed.
Through the struggle – we can breakthrough to be free. Our hardship can be the greatest gift for it can humble us like no other. With humility we have nowhere to go but toward the truth. We can be grateful that our loving creator has made no mistake and is calling us back. When we are honest, when we ask for forgiveness, and TRUST, we can heal. Our greatest potential, deepest love, wisdom, and kindness can shine and we will begin to reflect that in all those around us. The world opens up to a new space where anything and everything is possible. This is how the truth shall set us free.
Finally, For Those Who Are Not Ready:
I completely understand and want to express my deepest love and compassion. I totally get, that for some, the movie is extremely hard to watch and revealing.
My intention is to shift us toward more magnanimous love. There is freedom, serenity, and liberty beyond the pain. There is a collaborative and loving future. But if you are in pain, and it’s too overwhelming in this moment, I’d like to ask for your forgiveness.
This movie was not produced to provoke, anger, or upset – it’s to confront truth, heal, love, and forgive.
Your past – does not equal your future. Trust Your Struggle.