It has not gone unnoticed by me that today much of humanity is celebrating in one way or another and looking towards that which unites us… that which is beyond our small personal, egoic human and material lives, and that which we all look to be exemplars of – our Divine Nature, our Christ Consciousness, our Buddha Nature, our Essence, our Primordial Self.
Whether you celebrate Easter, Passover, Ramadan, Hanuman Jayanti, or the Full Moon light, each in their own way points to something more, something beyond, something prior to our fleeting human experience. They point to the highest embodiment of our potential, the underlying fabric of existence. They point to what is possible to realise and embody for all of us. They point to those people and stories that modelled for us the chance to find within ourselves the principles of love and acceptance, of compassion and kindness, of courage and strength, of forgiveness and faith.
Our remembrance of our true nature is our highest calling all too often placed too far down in our pre-conditioned priorities of modern life. So it is days like these where much of the world is looking beyond themselves and their own wants and needs, that offers an open door to that view.
Today I offer the prayer that all of humanity may step through the doorway of their small self and into the remembrance and recognition of their highest Self. In this remembrance may we all discover our unconditional love, compassion, acceptance and forgiveness in abundance.
May all beings be happy, may all beings be at peace.