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Posts Tagged ‘Humanity’

[1: 2,041 of 10,000] Indignant

In Article on December 11, 2020 at 10:56 AM

The other day, I was on my bed at ten and that’s miraculously early for my current mind preference to rest (which is totally a wrong decision for my monkey mind). It gave me a time to have three different dreams.

First, I was in a wedding of Scott who seemed to have a secret agenda towards his wife and I have a written proof (I don’t know a real Scott in real life). Second, I was traveling in India with my mother who already passed in real life (India is likely to be one of the last countries I would want to visit). Third, the most brutal dream I’ve ever have, captivated and was sentenced to be in prison for a month and I was screaming to get my freedom.

In my dream, I was furious to be stripped off my freedom. I think back of Mandela who endured to be in prison and there’s so much grace in that. I was fighting and I would rather kill myself than to be imprisoned on the hands of bullies. Now that am fully awake, I know that I will never agree for unjust imprisonment. Our birthright is having free will, not even God mess up with that, no divine intervention unless we give our permission.

May we all see the path to our freedom to live the life that fully brings joy and expansion to our human experience.

Photo credit: Maico Pereira on Unsplash

[1: 1,993 of 10,000] Compassion Mantra

In Article on April 29, 2020 at 8:34 PM

Buddha of Compassion

I finished the Season 3 of “The Story of God with Morgan Freeman” in Netflix and I find it new learning about the Mantra of Avalokitesvara (Buddha of Compassion).

In the interview, Jinpa said, “The one mantra which always brings good to everyone. This mantra helps us to enhance all that compassion to the Universe.”

All we have to say is…

“Om Mani Padme Hum”

At this special reality, compassion is much needed to be sensitive and responsive to how we can serve better with our fellow.

[1: 1,790 of 10,000] You Love ME

In Prayer on November 2, 2016 at 2:58 AM

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You see my perfect soul with my imperfect humanity. You reach out to my soul that understands your love until it gets lost and confused again. You love me when I couldn’t even bring to love my life. You love me without any condition nor bargain that I have to do for you.

How lucky I am with all the grace that you’ve generously given me. Your love is so great that it can love the whole of me. Thank you for seeing me in your eyes of kindness, treating me like I’ve never questioned you, for the tenderness that forgives me whenever I fall, and for continuously giving me of wonderful things I couldn’t even imagine that I deserve.

When I tremble, when my anxiety arises, I seek of you. I willingly fall in your arms but with your love I could find myself still standing and showing up. You’re all who I truly got and I am at peace. I love you so much in the terms I could muster, I know it is way far from the love that you forevermore give me.

Am I ready to love and care more than myself because of your constant outpouring of support? Do you think I have gone through all the tests to make me strong for the confidence that you’ve bestowed on me to do my duty? I hope I am at my best to be used by you for the most beautiful plans you’ve prepared.

Photo source: Humans of New York Founder by The New York Times

[1: 1,288 of 10,000] Come Alive

In Article on January 31, 2014 at 3:11 PM

Royal YOU

Heard it from Oprah Winfrey’s 2013 Harvard Commencement Speech:

You will find true success and happiness if you have only one goal. There really is only one, and that is this: To fulfill the highest, most truthful expression of yourself as a human being. You want to max out your humanity by using your energy to lift yourself up, your family, and the people around you. Theologian Howard Thurman said it best. He said, “Don’t ask yourself what the world needs. Ask yourself what makes you come alive and go do that, because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”

I currently struggle that I don’t serve enough people in my life and yet the few people that I do serve suffer with my erratic behaviour of being prickly at some point, nice in another time, combinations of confused, stressed, sick, emotional, kind, inspiring, tough, and honest. I am clueless of what truly makes me come alive and doing it for the rest of my life. Right now, I said YES to challenges that I don’t completely understand how to resolve. To make things worst, I am fearful to step forward to get on the work.

I know that the people around believed I am dependable, loveable even with my challenging characteristics, and yet I do not feel alive. It is time that I change my ATTITUDE and put on my optimism and keep accomplishing even if it is painful. I will take chances to trust even if I ‘might’ get hurt. I will believe that I will love and will always be grateful to sprinkle happiness wherever I may be now. I should show up and come alive to carry everyone to better feelings because I may not have the right career but I know how great I am in lifting someone’s spirit.

Photo Source: Lauren Conrad’s Instagram