The fear of dying or of causing the death of another – and this fear facing us and every human being around us – has galvanized the world. It has gotten the world’s attention in a way that previous chaos did not.
Not the whole world’s attention. Coronavirus is happening everywhere. Everyone is facing the same fears.
So now that we’re all listening to each other, what needs to be said that we all can hear? Is it not time to have a global conversation?
I know what I need to say. You and I are making this journey of Ascension together so I know I can share this with you and you’ll hear it as it was intended: With love.
If nothing else positive comes from the Coronavirus pandemic, I’d like to see a return, a reawakening of caring, compassion, consideration, respect.
If we can’t get up to caring/compassion, then let’s rest in consideration; if we can’t get up to either, then let’s offer respect. All of them are on the constructive side of the equation. But all of them, more to the point, make an immense difference.
They ripple out. They persuade people to join in. They flush up the upsets of people who now can clear them. They fill the collective consciousness with powerful, cleansing vibrations.
The complaints have need to be seen to, granted. But when we go too far with our complaints, and become a walking complaint as I was for decades, a career complainer, it gums up the works (it’s meant to). It slows everyone who deals with us down (it’s meant to). It invites those people to lose faith in the human race ever winning at this game of life. Oh, what’s the use. I give up (that’s not what it’s meant to do.)
The antidote to this is to care for others, to serve others, as well as ourselves. We’ll still have complaints but another heart-conscious side of us will be discovered and open up.
A percentage of the complaints would go with just making the move in this direction. (All of the complaints will go when we exist in the love that freely exists in the ascended realms.) More complaints will go when we take personal responsibility for our lives. (1)
Let the sickness and demise of our brothers and sisters awaken our hearts to compassion – for others. For that to happen, we have to switch our vote – from voting for the career complainer to voting for the compassionate heart, for the one who loves.
It’s the same here as with so many other places: Use it or lose it. If we don’t exercise our compassion, it disappears. After a while, we’re left with … our complaints.
I make you an invitation: I don’t care in what circumstances you do it, but I invite us all to open our hearts today – in some concrete way, even for a complete stranger – especially for one.
We need to get global society moving here and Coronavirus has only made crystal clear that we need to start by reviving our caring for each other. Let world society take its first few steps here, into compassion.
(1) We say things that are not true, such as, as the song goes, “You Make Me Feel.” I make me feel. Our map does not fit the terrain.