“Intuition does not come to an unprepared mind.” — Albert Einstein
We are in the midst of an important change for all of humanity. In the past few months, the Coronavirus pandemic has affected our lives in unprecedented ways.
We have been forced to consider how we interact with others and isolate ourselves in our own homes. There’s still a long way to go, but it’s heart-warming to see nations working together to find a cure for the virus.
Putting aside the political rhetoric, I believe humanity is on the precipice of expanding its consciousness. Have you noticed this sense of cooperation in your own country? …
“Compassion will no longer be seen as a spiritual luxury for a contemplative few; rather it will be viewed as a social necessity for the entire human family.” — Duane Elgin
Do you believe compassion is our true nature? I believe compassion is our true nature by virtue of feeding, clothing and tending to our own needs. Compassion is extending these qualities to others and recognising the same humanity is alive within us.
Compassion is the recognition of our shared togetherness as sentient beings. Knowing we are connected through consciousness, we walk this journey together unified with our hearts and minds. …
“Never stop doubting, never stop questioning, never ever assume you have all the answers. Having all the answers kills the question itself, renders it lifeless … and you too. Keep looking, keep seeking. Never, ever find it all. Because when you find it all, you deny that there is more. And there is never not more.” — Neale Donald Walsch
The Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard once said: “Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.” While hindsight is idyllic, we cannot live from this perspective since the future is promised to no one.
If you believe you have life figured out, it will assuredly change the rules when you least expect it. Life is not something we need to analyse, but experienced with all our senses. …