Looking at a situation, we are able to determine what needs to be done in order to improve the workings of a thing. We evaluate, and then follow up with the steps it takes to make the desired change.
People often wonder what their purpose in life is. Wondering around in somewhat of a daze this is probably the most asked question.
What if our birth here is no accident? What if we knew exactly the state of the world and where it was headed … what if we chose to come here at this time in order to make a difference, to make adjustments in the way things are in order to affect change that will alter the course of humanity, for all life on earth?
It is no easy task, it is not something the faint of heart decides to do. We came here knowing full well the dangers that awaited us, we knew we would face trials that might not be successfully passed. Even though it is extremely difficult to make it through this maze of harm and hurt, to overcome the self doubt imposed on us from childhood … here we are.
Those who wish to end life as we know it … that experience we have enjoyed at times in our own history … are working very diligently to do just that. It is our responsibility to counteract that destructive behavior.
All too often people are convinced that the way to make things better is through violence, through creating a destructive power so great that the ones holding the most destructive power would be the leader in peace.
It is comical, this logic.
It would be laughable were it not so deadly and dangerous.
Institutional learning has taught very well how to follow orders, how to do as we are told. From early on we learn how to ‘stay within the lines’. It becomes natural to do the bidding of another as we age, and graduate into other realms of being. We forget what it is to think outside the box.
Even those who exercise their creative mind are still following the desired path of someone else. When did we lose the ability to determine what is good, and clean, and beneficial? When did we become so geared to function for the sake of money alone? It seems the lesson here has been that life without money is no life at all.
We see how whole sections of humanity are forced into extreme poverty and starvation, their lives manipulated in such a way that survival is near impossible. This breeds need, and is followed by aggressive behaviors where people just decide they’ll take what they want, forgetting completely the methods and tools another must have also, not caring for their life.
The compassion born in a man and a woman is stripped from them as they face these challenges they swore to change upon birth, upon entry to this world. Getting caught up in all the mess it is forgotten … we are here to assist each other, to lift each other up … not just the few who deem themselves mighty, but all people, all life.
This sacred world we live in is under attack, we accepted the challenge of making it right again, yet that oath was forgotten. Do you remember now … is it coming back to you?
Stepping out from the pain of rejection and desire, we must learn to see the bigger picture … life is not just about us personally, it is about the whole. Until we see it, and begin to behave in a manner which recognizes this fact, change will be impossible.
All of humanity is under a spell of a sort. When it is recognized, people will understand that we cannot blame someone for their rejection, or for speaking harshly to us, or even for being used as a tool of destruction.
Stepping out of the box and viewing life from a different angle we can see the truth of the matter, and then proceed according to original plan. Imagine what Inner You is saying right now …