For the Highest Good of All

Love Everything and Everyone.

Smile.  Be Cheerful.  Celebrate this day!  Tomorrow is not guaranteed.

Let go of the past.  Let go of fear.  Let go of knowledge.  Let go of the body.

Let go of separation.

Remember Jesus, the Buddha, Muhammad, Krishna – whoever inspires you.  Remember they are human beings, and you too are a human being!  The same great human spirit that lives in them lives in you.  Anything they can do or have done, you can do too.  Maybe dunking like Lebron James is out of the question, but the powers of faith, peace, connection, love, and leadership are within you – they reside within all human beings.  Or, better said, “The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.” (Galatians 5:22-23).  The fruit of the Spirit rests in all of us at every moment.

Also remember… Happiness is a choice.  Peace is a choice.  If you want happiness and peace, choose to be peaceful and happy.  It is entirely within your control, independent of external circumstances.

Explore.  Learn.  Expand.

Give. Give. Give.  Give freely.  Give openly.  Give abundantly, with no expectations of return.  Giving is its own reward.

Be grateful: for life, for laughter, for this present moment.

Challenge the status quo.  Grow.  Catalyze conscious evolution.

Meditate.  Pray. Ask and you shall receive.  What you think about is what you create.

Think.  Cherish the mind and all the gifts bestowed upon you freely at birth.  These are the most precious gifts in all the the world.

Enjoy this moment.  🙂








2 thoughts on “For the Highest Good of All

  1. All well, but……… Jesus is not only a human being….. he is also the Eternal Son, the Second Person of the Blessed Trinity, and as such his human spirit (similar to ours, as you well say) is inextricably and substantially united to his divine spirit (and in this we differ from him). We can do certain things that Jesus did on earth, but only if granted as a gift by God and not by our own power, as Jesus did.
    However, the best thing that we can do on earth is to be imitators of Jesus in all that we can do like Him.

    • He is a good one to imitate 🙂 I guess when it comes to imitating him, the imitation is largely about the internal rather than the external. What I mean by that is basically that it’s okay for us to use computers even though Jesus did not. At least, I hope there is a way to somehow use a computer in a Jesus-like manner. It’s hard to believe that these wonderful technologies that allow us to connect with each other despite being physically hundreds of miles away cannot be used for good!

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