eEarth Week Challenge: Day 6

 

The problem with most human beings on the planet is that we actually believe we exist.

Because we imagine that we are separate, distinct, individuals, we live from a level of survival consciousness that is based on taking.

Only a separate “I” would imagine that it can have, be, think and do.  Only a separate “I” would imagine that there is actually something to take. 

One has only to notice the state of the world and how we treat ourselves and each other, to see the degree to which we have lost ourselves to the sickness of separation.  The Earth is bleeding and we continue to take; because we imagine we are bleeding, we take.  

When will you give back? 

How will you give back?

It is only in the giving that you will realize there ultimately is no taking, the giver, is actually getting.  There is no taker and there is no giver; the giver, the given and the getting; the taker and the taken, are one.  Until we realize this truth there will be a reflection of bleeding; we will bleed, and the Earth will bleed…

 

Please feel free to down load, print and distribute one of my favorite works…

Soulananda eEarth Week

 

MY CHALLENGE TO YOU:

 I’ve forwarded this post and invitation to a few of my blog buddies, “I” invite you to do the same.  For the next seven days, in your own unique, creative ways; whether that be images, words or ideas of your own or another’s; use your venue of choice [it could be your own home and the simplicity of your own awareness] to bring attention to this moment, our Earth, and the awareness that is needed for meaningful, lasting, significant change.

How can you play?

[Facebook, Twitter, Blog or email] Inspire change: Provide a commentary or link; create a question, image or article that stimulates awareness, conversation or understanding of “Earth Week”; and its intention to continue to promote and bring awareness towards creating a just, sustainable and peaceful planet.

Forward this challenge to your own friends or readers.

 

 

 

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