n all the world trouble brews, every corner of Earth has its own dilemma, it can seem inescapable to some but is it really? Unless you are directly involved, news and knowledge of world trouble is a choice, a choice that must be made over and over. If your part of the world is safe and settled, should it not be possible to greet the day with peace when you arise in the morning? Is it not possible to relish the moment for what it is? When gratitude is silently held for your own safety and peace it gives birth to like energy and that energy can grow and spread outwards. If, when you arise, among your first thoughts are worry for the state of the world outside your own immediate environs, those thoughts also create an energy, a sluggish, fearful energy, one that none wish to see grow. A compassionate heart is a laudable thing but to allow compassion for those less fortunate to manifest to the point where you feel guilt for your safety serves no-one, not you, not those in dire straits and not your world at large. Personal thought energy, pertaining to the world outside your own environment, is much more important than most of you realize, the images and conclusions you form, even if compassionate, become even more negative if guilt is also present and thus add to the negative energy already present. Many of you have been taught from an early age to show interest in the ways of countries not your own, to stay aware of global happenings, all this is good but being aware and interested does not mean casting your guilt energy to them, you are not undeserving of your safety. So, when you arise in the morning and hear of yet another far away tragedy, pause and breathe in, feel the peace within and around you, breathe out and send that same peace outward, this is all you truly can do and it is enough, for, peace and chaos balance finely on the scales of fate, be grateful you dwell on the peaceful side and never send your guilt to weigh down the other. Be peace, beloved children and give more than you know.