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True, yet unaccepted.

How can we believe that we are morally superior to anybody when we are selectively compassionate?

If you take any side of two opposing forces by making your compassion exclusive to one, you are immoral.

There are no exceptions.

Without reason

You and I
We see through what we can’t hide
You are strategic so i took out your reason why
I am hidden so you put a light to my eye
With no reason to hide and no reason to strategize
Love was realized.

Beyond Self

When exploring deep into oneself,
what is discovered is infinitely beyond oneself.


Century after century we fought each other for dominance only to find, ultimately there was nothing in it for us.
We then looked back with a foreign eye to the past. Disconnected to the illusion of dominance over love, the new generations were able to find out who they truly were. The ego was no longer in opposition to the spirit. Life became appreciated for what it has always been. Nothing changed, yet everything was different. It was effortless.



There is nothing in this existence designed to meet your expectations.
It is all a gift for realization.

Till death do us part…

There is a relationship between spirit and ego. They are partners who need to be nourished by the other. We are the result of that relationship and it is the single most important relationship we will ever have. The state of all external relationships are dependent on this.

Attachment Pain

Mental pain is often caused when being forced to detach from an expectation.
It is our own attachment to our own expectations that hurt us more than what’s external.

Medication for the Collective Psyche


Sometimes i think we already know what is going to happen, we just don’t admit it.

When considering the many states, regions, and internal conflicts of an individual mind, and considering what is self inflicted, we can see that the same applies on a collective scale and that we are collectively self inflicting this process by what we allow, nourish, believe, follow, support, etc., just the same way it happens internally with an individual.  The mind has many facets, all with purpose but it is the collective appropriation of all facets, whether perceived as good or bad that will create a healthy collective psyche.  We can enforce all the laws we want, but it is like psychiatric medication, it will do more harm than good on a potentially healthy mind.  The real law is what we mirror and reflect to each other, just like mirror neurons, which shows us where the true power lies. 

The problem we face right now is that we are dependent on enforced laws/psychiatric medication to regulate our collective psyche to operate how we see fit.  We do not believe in ourselves.  We do not believe that we could become capable of becoming non-dependent.  This is addiction and it is extremely hard to overcome.

Feeling is believing

When telling people how amazing they truly are, they will pretend to believe you. This is because hearing is not believing and neither is seeing. Believing is feeling and everything else is a means to get there.

Filling the Void


Love is a constant, but it is to be chosen in all aspects of life.  It is always there but our own expectations and conditioning determine the taste and we either reject or accept it.  That is how different people are able to love completely different people/things.  We all develop different tastes for what is abundant.

After realizing that it’s always there, we can allow ourselves to genuinely love everyone/everything without attachment or expectation.  This helps us to see and appreciate people/things for who/what they are and understand their purpose.  Even bad tasting people/things have their purpose, and the irony is that it is only love that can convert bad tasting people/things into good (good and bad being relative to the taster).  Real love gives genuine purpose to be beneficial or better tasting to the other without wagering on anything.  If there are expectations, love can’t be felt because it is an agreement based on desires and expectations.  Like a job that you would not go to if you were not getting paid for it.  The money may be worth it, but your life is empty if you spend it outside of fulfillment.

If searching to fulfill our desires we can’t find love, it is because we’re searching to fulfill our desires instead of being open to love.  Love is not desire.  Love is the substance, desire is something that happens after the taste and trying to fill up on sweetener is not healthy.  After realizing that, the deception potentially comes into play.  This is where we consider the likeliness of our desires being exploited and manipulated to benefit the other instead of having a mutual appreciative relationship.  The irony of this is that it is our own desires we have come to love, and we can’t figure out why we can’t fill the voids inside of us.  Here is why; we identify ourselves through other people, especially people who are close to us.  This goes both ways.  We also identify others through ourselves.  If we have just noticed that we only love an expectation that the other has to try to live up to, we also know that the other might be doing just the same.  We will never truly know or love each other in a way we can experience or appreciate.  The love will be there but it won’t be eaten, both will be left hungry and the void will grow.

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