What We Know

1 Dec

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What we know is that as we stand face to face with the darkly glass what we see begins to melt away. We see the limitations of flesh and circumstance fading and the shadow of truth is illuminated. The truth is that we are infinitely more than we coul ever have imagined and that truth is not limited to us but extends to everyone.

What we know is that as we stand face to face with the others we see the truth about them and it brings us to the truth about ourselves. What we do to others, we do to ourselves. What we fear about others, we fear about ourselves. What believe about others, we believe about ourselves.

What we learn about ourselves is that we are more than what we see on the surface. The substance of our humanity is intangible and infinite. We are spiritual beings. Spirituality is about relationships and the connection that is shared by every living thing on this planet.

What we know is that there if there is any way that we are going to change the world into a place where dreams come true, we will have to recognize our individual place in the collective journey. We may think we walk alone but truthfully we are not the only ones taking the exodus from reality. We are not the only ones seeking our dreams; we are all awakening, we will all make the exodus from what we call reality. We may not always see the others. They may not always be exactly where we are on the path. But we are not alone. On the deepest level, we are all connected.

Violet Ambitions are shared collectively.

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3 Responses to “What We Know”

  1. Verbal Manifesto December 5, 2012 at 6:00 AM #

    “What we know is that as we stand face to face with the others we see the truth about them and it brings us to the truth about ourselves.” – I learn so much about myself through others. We see weakness we wanted strengthened, and strength we hope to have.

  2. Carolyn Hughes December 13, 2012 at 4:17 PM #

    There are a lot of truths here! We do see the truth about ourselves in others and that’s why sometimes it’s so hard to face.

    • DesiBjorn December 13, 2012 at 4:21 PM #

      Right. That’s why I think it’s important to friends and people we love around us to help us see ourselves better. Thanks for reading and responding.

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