In these times, people might be feeling really isolated, alone, and even humiliated by the limitations all around us. Limitation is an illusion, first of all. Your spirit is always free, your essence will always survive, and the entire system was designed universally, for us to always succeed in our spiritual objectives. This is the “can’t fail at this” element that you need to understand when it comes to life. The system is designed, to provide us with the opportunity to experience ourselves, our thoughts, words, emotions, and actions to create our identities. All of our beliefs, and associated actions or non-actions in the face of adversity define us the most. It’s important to understand this, that these moments, immediately ahead must be approached with peace, and love in our hearts.
History will always be painted to show aggression as a necessary evil. But I tell you this, my opinion is love is always the answer. This too shall pass, and even if we are unable to express ourselves due to the extreme limitations all around us, think of Ghandi, think of Buddha, think of any spiritual archtype… what would they do? Would they approach the situation in a peaceful manner? Any true ethicial belief system would teach this. So fall back to this in your mind, there is always hope. Approach the moment with love, and the universe will provide you with what you ask. For that is the system that we are within, the universe responds to our thoughts – so ask for health. Ask for Peace. Ask for Safety, and Ask to be shown HOPE, that humanity will be free, and peaceful one day – just like in Star Trek… we can get there, if we understand that we’re all one family, we are all connected, we are all more the same, than different, and we all need each other right now. Have hope, you are loved. Fear is an illusion, and so is death. You will live on. So continue this journey, it’s important work we are doing here… we are in the important work of BECOMING OURSELVES. So use these moments of adversity to define yourself. Are you a hero? A victim? A villain? A Saviour? A Teacher in times of need? A messenger in times of disillusionment? Who are you?