• To inspire others to personally explore and express their thoughts and ideas on subjects relating to spirituality, philosophy, and personal growth.
  • To openly examine important subjects of our day including basic human rights and freedoms.
  • To share broadly and creatively through the medium of the written word.

Commentary, Inspiration, Life

The High and Noble Art of Love

It is a hard time right now. It’s like all of our actions are cut off. More or less we’re just hanging out and waiting for the storm to pass.

Will it pass? Who will it take with it while it does? Is life in America and on the globe forever changed? In which way(s) specifically?

Obviously only time will tell. But right now, time stretches on like an elastic band being pulled. With each moment, the band becomes tauter, the moments more intense. Time will stretch, life will continue, and humans will love; it’s what we’re here for — the reason for our being.

There is no other logical translation for existence, other than to learn and practice the high and noble art of love.

But still in the face of dire change, ever existential daily change, how do we carry on successfully? Do we go to the store for our senior neighbors? Do we cook a nice meal for our family? Do we donate money to a charity on the front lines?

The what and hows seem to be innumerous during this time of difficult change. More importantly, is the underlying energy, the impetus to DO SOMETHING. The impetus and NEED to stay positive, to stay in the solution and not to listen too intently to the harsh and continual sound of the dirge…

It is times like these that the cream is made; the cream which rises to the top. The cream which sacrifices time, money, personal gain and steps out to offer a (figurative) hand, an inspiration, a virtual hug. It is imperative that we keep ourselves in the positive frame of mind right now.

For that is exactly what the DIS-EASE would want: fear, negativity, and death. The antidote of RESOLVE for positivity, love, and health — to the utmost of our ability, is the high calling of humanity, and the need for 2020 life here on planet Earth.

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Release ourselves from digital screens, which serve us, but also pull and direct us.

Release ourselves from partisan politics, which here in the US now, seems almost like a high school rivalry. Our nation and our laws are not a spirit contest of us vs. them. Our Pledge of Allegiance quotes “One Nation, under God, Indivisible.” Instead, focus on the issues and not the party names, while meeting together first in our humanity, our likeness, our brotherhood.

Free yourself, get out in nature, where true freedom lives. Do what you like, what brings you happiness, not at the expense of others or our beautiful home the Earth.

Our passion is our blueprint for living. When we see what we are good at, and what we can offer to others by using that talent or gift, then we should do it. The blind pursuit of outer acceptance or even outer wealth, leads to a shallow result and endpoint. Following a passion, however, gives happiness upon waking up every day to do it.

Final thought, is love. Why is it that a parent feels such genuine love for their child? Perhaps it is the nature of life itself, to look outward, to love. So why not practice that, everyday in some way, directed towards others mostly, if not also directed at ourselves to some lesser degree.

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We live in a time which requires internal fortitude.

In this age of warring theological systems, advancing scientific technology, and times when human beings seek meaningful direction and purpose in their lives. it is imperative for individuals to look inside themselves and examine their personal beliefs and spirituality.

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