Our world is calling out for more love. That will be the only antidote to fear.
When we allow something more expansive to take place in our heart.
When we stop to listen to ourselves and our self-serving agendas, our narrow focuses on our own best interests and take a larger view of humanity and the world and how we might all start working together in a way that truly serves us all.
When self-righteousness and self-justification give way to gratitude and acknowledgement of progress and all the good we possess right here, right now.
When we look beyond our borders and have compassion on the other.
When we can be sure we have exhausted all avenues of giving can we rightfully complain about our poverty.
When we can stand assured of our responsibilities, not just our rights.
When we stand not in anger nor the self-justification that wounds and kills. But when our heart dares to bleed for another.
When we can look beyond our borders and commit to something bigger than ourselves.
When those in power have the humility to listen and those that are lead the willingness to progress.
When the hatred that burns in our streets gives way to the fire of love in our hearts.
We have not come here to take prisoners
We have not come here to take prisoners,
But to surrender ever more deeply
To freedom and joy.
We have not come into this exquisite world
To hold ourselves hostage from love.
Run my dear,
That may not strengthen
Your precious budding wings.
Run like hell my dear,
From anyone likely
To put a sharp knife
Into the sacred, tender vision
Of your beautiful heart.
We have a duty to befriend
Those aspects of obedience
That stand outside of our house
And shout to our reason “O please, O please Come out and play.”
For we have not come here to take prisoners
Or to confine our wondrous spirits,
But to experience ever and ever more deeply
Our divine courage, freedom, and Light!