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The Caring We Share
by Jennifer Hoffman
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Whether it's through emails or on Facebook or Twitter, there are so many examples of the caring that we give to each other as Indigos and Crystals. We know that we share similar life paths, experiences, challenges and doubts. And we don't hide the fact that we are as confused as anyone else, have questions that we cannot answer and often have trouble dealing with the world. Instead, we share these fears and concerns with others and find comfort in knowing that they feel them too and are happy to support us. 
 
There was a time, and for some people this is still true, when we had to hide our doubts and insecurities because they were a sign of weakness. Everyone had to know their place in the world or convince others that they did. 'Fake it until you make it' was what we believed we had to do in order to learn how to navigate the world. And if we told someone we were scared or unsure, they would not be supportive or would think that we were incompetent. We were afraid to show our fear because others might take advantage of us (and sometimes they did) or we felt that we were the only ones who felt that way. 
 
Today we have so many different ways of connecting with people who are just like us, and who are more than happy to find kindred spirits who feel the same way they do. And what we have found is when we share from the point of our fear we connect to those who can help us. We no longer have to pretend we know all of the answers, we can share our questions and find someone who has a similar experience and through what they have learned we can learn too.
 
Our new connecting networks allow us to share our lives because we teach from what we know and have learned. No one has all of the answers but through our shared questions we all find the answers we seek that will make our lives easier. Our fears, doubts and insecurities are the vehicles through which we learn, teach and help others. The more we share them openly and honestly the more we understand and give someone else the gift of understanding.
 
Article Copyright 2010 by Jennifer Hoffman. All rights reserved.
 
About the author
 
Jennifer Hoffman is an intuitive, spiritual healer, mentor, teacher and author. She also channels the energy of the Archangel Uriel.  Jennifer has helped many people through the Shift through her unique insights and counsel, facilitating their healing journey. Jennifer is the founder of www.urielheals.com, an on-line spiritual healing and growth center and dedicated to the messages and teachings of Archangel Uriel.  Information about Jennifer's books, on-line seminars and services is available at her websites, or email healing@urielheals.com for information.   * Enlightening Life  www.enlighteninglife.com  *  email: Support@enlighteninglife.com *