Are you someone trustworthy? Could people trust you do what is best for all, in all situations, forever? Or will you betray people's trust for yourself as an individual separate from the whole?

Becoming someone trustworthy, reliable will be a process. There is no magic here. There is just effort, hardwork, determination, and commitment. Eventually any man can change their own fate with enough time. But time does run out. We do all die.

This world is all of ours, it is our responsibility. Not to do with what we please, but to nurture and care for. Just as we use the earth for nourishing and caring for our bodies, and us as one people. Life never dies, but our opportunity as individuals to get access to Life can die, we can miss out on it.

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Day 44 Letting go the Idea of me, and embracing US

There is so much that we assume it just who we are, and will always be, and is right to be, and best to be. But what about when who you are is not best to be?

When what best best for we, us, all, is in conflict with self, what then?

Learning to let go of Self, in order to step into the shoes of us, we, the all.

We have seen throughout history and movies, where people falsely step into the shoes of what is good for all, or best for all, where they in fact are upholding a definition of self, a point of ego, a point of SELF that must manifest.

What happens when your self, your identity, the definition, and idea of who you are, your self is nothing, disappears?

You are able to see a grander point of view, a more encompassing point of view, the view of all that exists right here. Doing what is best for all that is here, just make sense, because there is no obstacle, no resistance, no idea or belief of self holding you back from doing what is right and best for all.

There is an emotional suffering that is born out of having an idea of self. For example: THEY abused me. THEY harmed me. THEY manipulated me. THEY tricked me. THEY murdered my family. THEY are evil. THEY are horrible people. THEY are wrong. But what happens when you don't exist, when the me doesn't exist? When you are just a person, and they are just a person. Will you do what is best for all? which by definition means, Best for them and you? It seems evidently, yes.

When you no longer have an identity that can be insulted, or verbally abused, you won't take anything personal. When you no longer exist as something that can be called a name, that can be affected by someone else's action, then you are whole, complete, indivisible, and joyful.

Because true joy can only exist when who you are is not determined by anyone else but yourself. When you are the Joy, the Sun, the Light, that can never be darkened, hidden, or made obscure. Then you will know yourself.

You will cease to exist, yet you exist, as something other than what you were. Something strange in a world that is based on action-reaction. If you no longer react, you can no longer be controlled, except by that which you need to survive, which is money, which is why we need a system that ensure money is available to all unconditionally, which is also an idea of US. Because can you embrace the idea of money for all, as long as you hold onto an idea of self that is tied in definition to money? You can't. So to bring about a world that is best for all we need to tackle the very idea of self as it pertains to all aspects of life = money, sex, relationships, food, work, drugs, appearance, personality, etc... And let go. You are not what you think you are. You just are... in a physical body in this physical world, bound by physical laws.

What is scarier? That this reality is really real and no here after to look forward to? Or that everything you think you are, is just something you think? Cause yeah.

Who are you without thought, definition, belief or idea? Without identity, without personality? Are you special? Are you more? Are you an equal?

What would happen if you no longer feared ever again? Would you be better or worse? Are you ready to question?

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