Love cures, harmonizes and restores peace of being, if we simply believe in its regenerating power. But to do this we need to reopen the partly open door of self-knowledge and finally uphold our true nature and all our potential.
We are stepping into a new world, in which respect, empathy, honesty and compassion do not need to be reminded in every step, nor taught for obligation. It is certainly important that we help one another, lift and support those who really need, but it is also essential to understand that in essence we do not need anyone else to rise. This is the real key to our “ascension”, the salvation that will transform humanity, the truth that will set us free!
“If your compassion does not include yourself it is incomplete.” – Buddha
To understand the potential of self-love and self-healing is the link that we missed. Instead of giving up on ourselves and rely emotionally on others, if everyone remembered how it is so easy and empowering to take good care of ourselves, everything would be very different and effortless. It is an act of love, the more important act of love!
If we do not love ourselves in the smallest things, in our day-to-day with all its trivialities, then we don’t know how to love. If we do not know how to love ourselves, we also don’t know how to love others. The learning of love begins with us, within us and to ourselves.
If everything that happens in life are lessons, then the cure is our final exam. We only learn the lesson when our cure is complete. Our individual cure is our responsibility.
Wouldn’t it be pleasant and healthier if we could live without the weight of dependence? Our relationships would become more sincere, of pure exchange of healthy energy, love and friendship at its best, without obscure interests, masks or wheedling. We could start to trust each other and take advantage of the time and our energy to build more significant moments and evolving as a collective entity, a truly united humanity.
These are not dreams that cannot be transformed into reality. And not dependent on others, but starts in each one of us. We want a better world, then what are we waiting for? This world starts now! Let each one of us do its part, give the example, and thus, one by one, the whole world will transform before our eyes.
Eli de Lemos