Dialogue: Some Observations

Dialogue: Some Observations May 23, 2014

My Daughter: Dad?
Me: Yep.
My Daughter: No one looks happy.
Me: Maybe they have a lot on their mind.
My Daughter: What is on their mind?
Me: Stuff, things they have to do…
My Daughter: Lets throw fun at ’em.
We both laugh
Me: Sounds good (We imagine throwing fun at people)

Today have some fun, move out of your comfort zone, and let go of being right and making others wrong.  Life is happening. Judge and ye will be judged.  We are here on this planet to love, inspire, and help each other. No matter your spiritual practice, religion, or non-religion, or belief system we are here to understand, have compassion, and see past people’s mistakes. Forgive, forgive, forgive. To walk on this planet  and fight with each other, have unforgiveness, war, is to live a closed off life. We are here to learn, grow, and love.  Hate, judgment, and condemnation is learned behavior, so unlearn them. Find peace inside of you, and remember no one can take your peace away.  So discover peace.  Tithe to those people, and groups, that INSPIRE YOU TO BE BETTER!! Remember Jesus, Buddha, and others inspired us to be better, to strive to be better, and helped us.  We forget that we have all made dumb decisions, who cares, forgive them, and forgive yourself.

Love the way. I have met many people who preach the love of Jesus, and yet hate others, judge others, condemn others, are righteous,  and act like that is cool.  That is not the teachings of Jesus. Jesus preached the good news, UNCONDITIONAL LOVE! He loved all. That is what we are all striving for. He didn’t stay at home and hide and judge others, he went out and helped, healed, and spoke.  And loved. What a great teaching. Love and forgiveness. Good news. He taught to go to God first, and then go out to the world with that love and give it away.  Simple. He didn’t say, go to God, then if someone doesn’t believe in God, judge them, condemn them, or harm them with your words. He was radical love.  Because love goes against the norm. The norm judges, condemns, goes to war, fights, kills, and harms.  He said, “God is love”, that love is a radical revolution in a world teaching you to fear.



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