Thursday, May 22, 2014

Embrace Our Humanness

It will help if you can acknowledge that none of us living here upon the Earth are ever given more than a fragment of the Truth. The fragment is the sum total of our great stores of knowledge. If I judged your actions upon my narrow fragment of perception, I would be as much in error as you would be if you judged me by the fragment that you posses. About the only thing that we can safely assume, is that every person, animal, plant or rock, upon this planet is doing the best that they can at any given time, with the fragment of Truth that is theirs. Of course, we could all do better, simply by being more truly ourselves.
Yet, we are all doing the best that we can, right now. Maybe, in the next instant of time, we shall do better, but let's accept one another, without judgement, and let us learn our own way. Remember, flowers in a field do not bloom all at the same time. They are not all the same color and size. Wouldn't it be boring if they were, if there was some decree that said all flowers must be exactly the same shade of pink and bloom for the same two weeks in May. Then the rest of the year would be barren. Each of us brings a unique, much needed piece that completes our puzzle of Oneness.
Naturally, there are times when we are called to serve for others as triggers and catalysts of profound change and breakthrough. This is part of what we chose to do here for each other. But even then, we must wait for the correct opening to present itself, whether we create it or not. Then we must share of our wisdom freely without anticipation of results or reward, sending our help flying forth freely on the wind, like seeds, to land where they may. 
After that, it is the other person's choice what to do with that which we have so lovingly given. Sometimes, its is a long wait before you see any change, for some seeds have a long period of germination. Others lie fallow forever. Whatever happens, your task is complete, you have freely shared of yourself; now you must let go of any expectations.

-Solara, The Star-Borne: A Remembrance for the Awakened Ones

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