Whether we want to admit it or not, we are the creators of our own reality.  So we can stop blaming others for the plight in our lives.  Children can stop holding their parents responsible for their own life’s issues.  And in turn, parents can stop blasting their kids for their own shortcomings.  By taking responsibility of our own lives right now, this very moment, we can begin to change the reality we exist in, and the direction in which our family is being driven.

Some call it the golden law of the circle, while universally it is referred to as cause and effect.  One ancient religious doctrine phrases it as an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, a hug for a hug, a kiss for a kiss.  In practical application, this means that what we generate through our thoughts, feelings, words, and actions, will generate the world in which we live.  Whatever we put out there, both good, bad, or indifferent, will pick up like vibrations and energies, and come back to pave the path we tread.

Thus, if we teach our kids to love and respect all that is, to wreak compassion through their every moment, they will not continue to face trouble and pain in their development.  Their lives will become filled with love and respect.  They will be treated by others in the same ways that they treat others.  Life will be kind to them, or unkind, depending on their own demeanors.

This is how the Universal Law works.  All of our thoughts, feelings, words and actions take on a life of their own.  They consist of a certain vibration and frequency, and this vibration picks up like vibrations which then strike the subject of our intention, then gain more like vibrations from the universe as they come back to fuel our own existence.  This is how we create our own reality.  And this is why we must stop tearing at each other in our own households.  We must learn to take the time out of each day to honor and respect each member of our household.  This is how we can begin to become the family we’ve always envisioned having, but never had the skills to know how to create.

Only by putting away the primal energies of fear and separation, will our children eventually learn how to develop healthy and loving lifestyles.  Fear breeds fear.  Anger magnetizes anger.  Resentment fuels negativity through the tunnel we tread called life.

Yet, if we focus on generating the greatest good for all through every thought, feeling, word, and action we create, we will begin to realize these energies are actually materializing in our own lives.  And this multiplies when we work with others in creating these positive realities.  If we, as a family, all work on this loving aspect of existence, and we work together on it, we will grow and change, and bring more loving, respectful existence into our own family’s life.