If we Believe in the Unity of us All


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If we believe in the unity of us all
Then we must let go of judging an other.
Judgment keeps us separate
And grows thorns around our hearts.
As long as we judge, we will suffer.
We are no longer living in connection
With ourselves or others.
Pause and listen to what wants to be known
Let go of spiraling thoughts.
Feel what needs to be felt.
We must touch the love within
And open our hearts to all.
This is the path to contentment.

24 thoughts on “If we Believe in the Unity of us All

  1. Good theory . . . but it’s difficult to refrain from judgment “in real life” when Donald’s latest deed, tweet, or boast surfaces.

    I’ll keep trying to remain “detached” and “connected.” ๐Ÿ˜€

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    • Me too Nancyโฃ๏ธ Yet there are always people who are attached to their ego and live a life of personal aggrandizement, power, self promotion and greed. What we can do, is to do our best to ensure that they never have a position of power again. We are not so naive now. Keep spreading compassion and understanding… and supporting those who donโ€™t have a voice. ๐Ÿ’•

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  2. So true and sometimes hard to do in these times. I do feel the judgment and sorrow draining me and have to retreat into a more open and accepting place in order to replenish. Thanks for sharing your wonderful wisdom, Val.

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  3. Yes, it all starts at home, in ourselves. I find it difficult to be around judgmental people and don’t quite ‘get it’ why they feel that they are in a position to judge others. Great post, Val โค

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