One of the greatest treasures in the universe is compassion. Not just for our loved ones, but for all humanity. …G.Esco Davis
We are finally on the other side of the nations midterm election. If the outcome was aligned with our hopes or not, we have to adjust and work it out the best we can, while our democracy works its way through the mire.
As Americans, we have had to make our way: By tapping into our most in-depth resources: intelligence, wisdom, integrity, strengths, and self-worth. For there is no circumstance significant enough to excuse us from being our best.
This nation has created a society where individual rights and freedoms, compassion and diversity are core to our American citizenship. However, underlying that idea is the promise that we all have a chance to build a better life for our children and ourselves. As we evolve to a higher level of our humanist, we reset our compass to a new course to include all humans no matter our differences. The results will only enrich our differences, therefore, enhance our common good.
Our uniqueness, our individuality, and our life experiences mold us to what and who we are today. It molds us into fascinating human beings. When we embrace our differences with understanding, love, and compassion, we then can all challenge ourselves to delve into the most in-depth resources of our hearts to cultivate an atmosphere of understanding, acceptance, kindness, tolerance, and compassion. A society absent of these, humanity cannot survive.
When compassion comes into play, the paradigm makes a significant shift. Adopting the universal treasure of compassion or being compassionate is a shift to inclusiveness that is being a part of a greater good, a greater good that morphs a single act that is bigger than we can envision.
My wish for you during this holiday season;
– May the air of this holiday season lift your spirit; the sun brighten your destiny
– And may the moon of the season glow with everything you wish upon.
– Be the blessing to others with compassion, and in turn, they will be a blessing to you.
Namaste, Peace and Blessings, Gwendolyn