When we love, we plant seeds that grow more love. Plant now. Plant often. Tend your garden, all things grow with love. When we love, we link with the clear light of divinity. We remember the clear light when we meditate, when we create, when we make love, when we commune with nature and when we die. Unity consciousness is key to creating the world we want to live in. It was valued in ancient times and is so very important now.
Politicians, corporations and all people who are in charge of others in general can remember their divine nature. I ask them to remember to treat others as they wish to be treated. They must think about the good for all concerned including the Earth. They are obligated to consider generations to come and the impact their work will have on their futures. I ask that people think about us be a tribe of many colors, all of us having a unique gift we bring to the world. I wish we would live like the wise ones we worship like Christ, Mohammad and Buddha. There is such goodness in humanity, we must strive to focus on that and love enough to transform those pockets of people who do not embody love. Every seed of love we plant, flowers into something beautiful. Again, plant now. Plant often. Tend your garden, all things grow with love.
This wish, this idea is not new. Here is a poem from the Tibetan Book of the Dead.
Remember the clear light,
The pure clear white light
From which everything in the universe comes,
To which everything in the universe returns;
The original nature of your own mind.
The natural state of the universe unmanifest.
Let go into the clear light, trust it, merge with it.
It is your own true nature, it is home.
Place this poem somewhere so you will see it often. Maybe include a picture of rays of light or something that symbolizes your eternal nature. It will help you when small things begin to annoy you. I have a photo of the galaxy and it helps me remember how small my issues really are. I also remember I am made of star dust. You are too.
What do you do to remember the light within you? What seedlings of love are you planting in your life?