"Joined together for a common purpose." That's the definition of united.
Are we joined together for a common purpose?
"Yes!" you say. We are joined together in religious beliefs, politically leanings and standing up for causes. We join together to march, protest, fundraise and pray.
But I ask you, have we truly identified what our common purpose is? The common purpose of our lives here on Earth?
I assure you, it's not to make money, graduate college, land that job, find a spouse or pursue the American dream.
It's to allow our souls to share the love they have to offer. That's it.
We use these tools~ the jobs, degrees, families, friends, income~ to help us determine what this love is. Problem is, we've made these our determining factors.
The determining factor is how we feel. Our emotions bring to us experiences that support and validate these emotions. In other words, if you are feeling anger or frustration, these emotions will bring to you more situations that allow you to feel anger or frustration. Is that what you want? Probably not, and it's definitely not what I want.
Feeling outrage over the latest incident with United Airlines? Feeling sympathy, or even empathy, for that elderly man who was violated? Please do not carry these feelings into your day, for you will continue to create more situations that allow you to experience outrage and frustration.
And you will create them for all of us.
It's time to be united in the only cause that truly matters, humanity's declaration of our soul's love.
Declare it today. Don't waste one more minute in anger or fear or frustration. Declare what you love, no matter how seemingly insignificant. The universe can't tell the difference between the love of your child or the love of a cheeseburger. It's all LOVE.
Unite with me, for our common purpose. And remember,
Live in Love,