Humans perceive and manufacture separation, not the Universe or God or consciousness.
The more lines we draw in the sand, the more separated we are.
The less we relate, the weaker we are.
The more divided, the less united.
The less united, the more destructive.
The more destructive, the less successful.
The less successful, the more competitive.
The more competitive, the less peaceful.
Our oneness is innate and effortless.
We humans conjure up our individuality to the degree of refusing to understand and love our brothers and sisters.
We calculate our differences into complexities woven with excuses and judgments of one another.
We defend against our own projections of opposition that prevent us from meeting ourselves in each other.
When we drop our differences, with each other and nature, harmony becomes possible.
Love thy neighbor as ye love thyself.
Thy cannot love thy neighbor until ye doth love thyself.
Thyself is not thy ego.
You are not your ego.
You are energy first, human second, ego tenth.
You have the potential to be many things before your ego.
Your pride must die for all of us to live.
Until then, we shall live in discord.
I will be sharing my beliefs about death, perceptions of ego, and invitations to live life powerfully on the Mortality Series on the Hearts Unleashed Podcast starting tomorrow.
Tune in for a relevant conversation and opportunity for expansion.
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