I just stumbled over this post which I wrote a few years ago. This is still (or again) so timely when we look at the gender discussions, and the aggressions and separations we create due to COVID.
Our world is a collection of varieties. Too often, we look at them as reasons for separation. That’s human in some way since we always look at the world from our own perspective. There is basically nothing wrong with that. We need that to develop individually. But there is this other side we must not forget: We all develop individually, and therefore we need a variety that everyone gets served. It is neither right nor wrong. It simply is. And what is, exists for a reason.
What I may not understand may not be meant for me or maybe it is not meant for me yet. There is no reason to deny, to eliminate, to denounce. Not understanding should rather force me to figure it out because there must be a reason why it caught my attention. As long as it is not something that obviously threatens me, there is no need for defense. Instead, we should stand in awe, realizing what a miracle it is that there is something or someone perfectly adjusted for everybody and in every given moment. It is for the purpose of proving, of challenging, of lifting up, of motivating, to explore, to discover, to improve, …
By recognizing this perfect organization that not only serves the individual but at the same time a group of people or even everybody at the same time is proof that we are meant to be here. That each one of us is important and that we as a collective are important. No one is forgotten – maybe by the human mates but not by that higher consciousness that made this possible. Let’s do ourselves a favor and see this divine gift, this love, and dedicated care for each and every being.
Let’s reach hands instead of crushing dreams. Let’s show respect and appreciation for the diversity and endless possibilities that come with expanding horizons. Let’s embrace it instead of ignoring it. Let’s connect instead of disconnect. We all want: to live a happy life. The ways to get there may be different, but the goal is the same. Let’s grant it to others as we want it for ourselves. Let’s realize that we are starting to judge whether something is right or wrong with someone or whether someone deserves more or less. Who am I to judge? Most of us may not be enlightened yet, and I think the more we dare to judge others or think we have the right to tell them how to live their lives, the less we are.
Let’s stop this.
Let’s heal rifts.
Let’s build bridges that everybody may walk over them.
Let’s open our hearts and minds for the fullness of life.
Let’s be menders!
In Love and Light