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Recents world events have put some of my deepest seated beliefs to the test. Floods in Queensland, earthquakes in New Zealand first and then Japan, and those are only the ones closest to us geographically. I have seen Facebook posts cursing mother Earth, zealousy calling for immediate and radical rectification and mending of our ways. Some even went as far as ennoucing the oncoming of the apocalypse. No doubt about it, these natural catastrophies do put things into perspective. Not only the fact that we need to take a good hard look at ourselves and how we treat the living planet we are custodians of but also our relationship to eachother.
It was heart-warming to see the people of this country and all around the world taking eachother's hands and giving to complete stranger without question, without any reservation. It is in this unity that we find our humanity. What is humanity if not this. The collective realisation that together we act as one. One cause, one goal, one race. The human race. In this collective realisation all differences in idealism, religion, race, political leanings disappear. We all forget what devides us and remember what unites us. I
It is a real shame that things like this have to happen to remind us that we stand the best chance to survive if we stand together without fear, ego and judgement. Did these things happen to teach us a lesson? Did they happend because we need to wake up to ourselves and take responsibility for what we are inflicting upon ourselves? If we take nothing else out of this but the feeling of unity and unconditional support, then we have learnt a most important lesson. If only we could hold onto that sentiment long enough for it take a foothold in our hearts, one by one, slowly, as cliche as it may sound, we can help make this world a better place.
I am a lady who wears many hats: wife, mother, author, healer, witch, poet, editor, psychic medium and the list goes on. Through this blog I am living true to my Spirit. What you read here you may not agree with, it may not be politically correct, but it comes from the heart and you can be sure that it's absolutely, uncompromisingly and purely me.