Whenever there are mass events like what is currently taking place in Russia and Ukraine, it makes your stop and put your life on a pause. It causes reflection, and it causes you to look at your life in a way that you might ask yourself, “What is truly important to me and my life and my loved ones? Should I incorporate into my wellbeing things that I find disturbing? Should I continue to say to myself and others that prayer and peace will come?”
We say to you that within the whole is the singular, meaning that mass events do indeed give one the ability to voice one’s opinions about hatred, bullying, and the power of one that affects all. We are speaking in generalities so that you can discern for yourself where to focus your attention. For in the collective of all are the components of one. One that loves, one that speaks up, one that feels the pain of others.
“Do I disconnect myself from what surrounds me?”
We say you must be aware of your surroundings, but you still must believe in the whole of self and what your individual life plan is. Feel the pain. Yet, do not allow it to consume your whole self, but to move through you.
All is indeed connected through the fabric of life, and the threads that make up the tapestry are interchangeable. New tapestries can be made from the same threads. The threads can be reused and expanded upon through continuous growth and continuous learning and new discoveries of self. The ever changing environment of people, events, and expansion is what you all signed up to participate in. Continue to love yourself and to love your neighbors. and love will indeed expand even in the toughest of times.
The perils of evil, or what most people label as evil, is brought about because of the need for change and growth. It’s unraveling of the threads of the tapestry to create a new tapestry. Is this looking at life through rose colored glasses? Perhaps. Yet, in the bigger scheme of things all of life is connected and everything is always in the state of flux, always expanding.
Be peace and love and embrace differences in a way that allows each one to expand beyond their own limiting beliefs.