We are Connected

 

While I was traveling this past week, I thought about all of the places I have been and one thing kept coming to mind.  No matter what place, race, culture, or age I encounter throughout the world, people strive for the same thing. We want to live a peaceful life.  We want to be happy and content.  We want to feel a connection to others. Here is what spirit has to say about connection…

See the world as something grand—as a world that has the capacity for people to learn and remember who they truly are. Understand that we are all connected. Everyone is connected to the unseen world. If you looked at your neighbors, your friends, and loved ones in a way that made you feel connected (even if it is just imagining an invisible cord of energy that connects our souls) your whole vision of how you see someone would change. You would see that we are all dependent on one another. We are important to each other’s well-being. Imagining this for everyone you meet will make you think about your very survival. What is good for one—such as kindness, acceptance, and a willingness to listen—can make your own life all it should be: full of the same.

See others as your lifeline to the unseen world and to one another and you will never look at someone else the same again. It will be a reflection of you and how you want to be treated and how you want to feel. Try this and you will begin to understand the big picture of connection.

I chose this picture because it represents the roads we can travel to experience the beauty of the natural world and to meet others who are doing the same.  We can experience our connection to each other by opening our minds to the possibility that we are more alike than different.  Whether it’s in your own backyard or somewhere in the world, find your place of connection. Use this connection to understand yourself and others.

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Always Be You, Trisha

Posted by T. L. Montgomery

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