in every moment we are given the ability and responsibility to choose to do the right thing, or not. what is “right” is a divine, unattached, momentary locus of you-plus-universal intelligence – not simply what might be culturally or socially acceptable or expected, not what your family, or elders, or peers would expect, not anything but the pure and blessed essential trueness of this naked moment….
when we look at the various stories that play out in our days, some beginning even as we open our eyes in the morning, we may not ever become entirely aware of the unconscious means with which we keep ourselves down, subservient, empty, and angry….
i am thinking today again of the divisions and fragmented notions we endure, and the unnecessary conflicts they can cause us to unconsciously live with. . ….