Why it that we feel there is only black and white, right and wrong sometimes? Why do we need to be excluding people, when what is most needed is to see how we reflect each other? Can we try to include others perspectives and opinions, rather than exclude them?
Buddhists in Japan have managed to accept Shinto as part of life in Japan, it includes it in its practices. It does not reject it, nor suppresses it.
Can we accept all our differences? All our ancestral belonging? Can we respect the wind, the air, the Muslims, the civilisations such as Indian tribes, Mayas, Egyptians, Christians, Jewish and all others? These are civilisations preceding the New World Order, who survived it and who will outlive it!
Can we learn from each other, rather than fight each other? Can we hear and really listen to what people are actually saying rather than imagining what we think they are saying?
Can we listen to our inner voice first of all? Can I let go of my own ideas, and accept to give a try to what someone else is saying? Can I be in my heart to feel the person behind the words? To feel the person with my heart, and go beyond the spoken word?
Love, Laura/ Multidimensional Ocean