“As we feel the pain that all people feel in facing an uncontrollable world, compassion naturally arises – even for our ‘enemies.’ ”
Collectively, much of humanity is absorbed in the mundane, obsessed with appearances and the unfolding dramas around them and have forgotten or neglected the only thing that matters – awakening to the truth of who we truly are. Each of us is a fragment of the infinite Oneness of the Divine. Our journey here was intended to utilize forgetfulness to facilitate the joy of awakening.
See if you can see past the roles that people play (both consciously and unconsciously). Look deeper to connect with the soul of another and interact with them from a higher level of consciousness. Consider this: all definitions create limitation. See if you can stop defining yourself and others. Instead, operate as a field of awareness, bringing the vastness of soul connection into play.
When faced with opposition, remember that the other is acting from a place fear and has lost touch with the deeper perfection of life. This may foster compassion rather than anger. Thus, your actions will be based upon love, balance and perspective.
Today my intention is to follow the Zen adage: Don’t seek the truth. Just cease to cherish opinions.