Tuesday, 2 June 2015

Lets be the rain, maybe ?

Sensitivity is a sign of life. Better hurt than hardened. I bow to those who keep their hearts open when it is most difficult, those who refuse to keep their armor on any longer than they have to, those who recognize the courage at the heart of vulnerability. After all the malevolent warriors end each other, the open-hearted will inherit the earth. - J.B

The world is full of lovely people, one and only or precious. 
Each of us are fine, worthy and wondrous beings. 
Every person has something meaningful to say in the conversation of life. 
Let people speak. 
Let people disagree. 
Listening is the way. Listening is the beginning of all progress. 

Have high-respect, if not for your foe, then for your own glee and conduct as a good listener. And don't make the mistake of thinking that you have to agree with people and their beliefs to defend them from injustice. If you can't respect someone you disagree with, then you don't even know what respect means. As free as you allow others to be, such privilege you create for yourself. We each have a miraculous capacity within our mind to metamorphose and to learn new ways of understanding. The great string of life's challenges and conflicts ever advance, and every difficult moment is a new opportunity for each of us to showcase the evolved state of humanity we all wish to see in the world. 

In each relationship, you have the odds to cultivate and buck up what you wish to receive. Every relationship contains at least a partial mirror of what we are projecting, which is returning to us. It is very empowering to know that some of what we see in others, is ourselves. 
Give the best of yourself. 
Be open. 
Be respectful. 
This is the way to understanding, and this is the way to be heard. One of the most sincere forms of respect is actually listening to what another has to say.

You were born to make mistakes, not fake perfection.

Lets the water settle and you will see the moon and the star mirrored in your being. - Rumi 

7.06 am,
3rd June 15,
Mediterranean Sea, Egypt
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