Especially when it seems bleak, we have the hardest choice to make. We can abandon our ideals, our self, in an all out panic and hurt all those who get in our way, completely losing our honour in the processs – that’s one option. Or we can do the best we can for all people involved, in every moment, holding compassion, love, empathy as our highest ideals, and continue to make the constent choice in all situations by answering this simple question – What would Love Do Now?
No other question is relevant, no other question has any meaning or impact in the moment of fear, turmoil, or the hardships and tough decisions we all face each day. There is peace in answering and responding to life’s events this way, by ensuring we simply act as Love, and consider – what would a loving, humble, and grateful human do in this moment? No other question is needed to retain your honour as a spirit, as a soul, and no other form of decision will yield the highest result for you, and all involved.
It’s in the moments of extreme difficulty, and tremendous worry and frustration, and honestly the feeling of complete injustice in the world… it’s easy to abandon your ideals, and say… well everyone else is acting like a fool, or hurting others to get what they need. But at what cost? We are all judged on our intensions, whether it be by some creator in the heavens, or if it’s just ourselves, giving an honest and objectified observation of our behaviour from a distance (possibly after we’ve left the planet)… we look at ourselves, and each and every decision and we consider if this was the true essence of who we are. The true essence of love. And if the answer to that question is no, then in that moment you’ve lost your honour, and you’ve lost yourself. But fear not, you can always be found in the next moment where Love calls upon you to act. Be that love, act as a fully realized human, and make the best choice in the face of adversity, regardless of what others around you might say. Be a human in dark times.