When I saw this picture it brought me back to a conversation we had last night with Jack Stephens, author or Soul Self: How to Tame Your Mind, Uncover Your Blueprint and Live Your Soul Purpose. We were talking about how we are all on our own journeys and how we are all at different places in our journey at different times. We are not even at the same level of consciousness in our own lives. As we evolve, our own level of consciousness evolves. What this picture made me realize is that there are so many things about life, living, and my interactions with self and others that I need to remember.
That everyone is doing their best from their level of consciousness.
That my level of consciousness and others levels of consciousness are constantly changing and not always in the same way, direction, or level of vibration.
That who I am is who I am at this very moment and not who I was or who I am becoming.
That what I believed when I said something or thought something was the truth at that point in time, but my truth and others truths are ever changing.
That nothing in life is fixed, stable, or permanent.
That even my understanding of and relationship with the Ultimate Consciousness is evolving and growing.
That my understanding of who I was created to be is an ever-unfolding journey which is slowly unfolding before in my life, one second at a time.
That what is for you is for you and what is for me is for me.
That my gifts are mine and your gifts are yours.
That love is patient, gentle, and kind
That choosing to love people unconditionally is a choice to love all people, not just some.
That when I remove expectations from my relationships with others, I reduce unnecessary suffering in my life.
That what I can do is not what you can do and I cannot get mad at you for not doing something you cannot do.
That your life is yours and my life is mine.
That because I love humanity, I will not tell others what to do with their life.
That because I love humanity, I will not abandon someone on their journey to wherever they are going.
That I will not judge others or myself by the single worst thing we have ever done.
That I do not expect others to understand my choices and I do not have to understand other’s choices.
That I should listen with the ears of the Ultimate to the thoughts which run through my head and work on transforming all thoughts and words that are truthful, necessary, and kind.
That I remember that what I say is about me and what others say is about them.
That if I forget any of these things for a moment that is ok. I just need to remember to remember them again.