23 Dec Separation
We are all one but we are separated. We have been conditioned this way. We see people in terms of colour, black and white, male and female
We are separated by religion, politics our opinions. We are separated by age, young, old, middle aged. We cannot seem to see past any differences. The powers that shouldn’t be have promoted separation.
We are separated by our incomes rich and poor. We are separated by continents, countries, counties, regions. We are separated by culture, the way we dress, what we eat, what we drink, where we live, what sort of house we live in.
We are separated by language, accents, ability, and disability. We are separated by our beliefs, whether we are awake or still asleep.
We need to ignore all these forms of separation, we need to connect on a soul level, through the sea of consciousness, with our intuition and telepathy, we need to use our feelings to see deep into each other’s souls and we will then realise we are not separated at all, we are all part of the universe, the cosmos, the ether.
We all came from the same place; we are all made from energy, vibrations and frequency. We are all made of cells and atoms. We all go back to the same place when our physical form no longer functions.
We need to unite with love, peace and harmony in our hearts. We need to understand that there is no separation it is not real. Separation is false and creates a false reality.
Separation causes anger and hatred. Oneness causes love and understanding. We build walls around ourselves based on fear and anxiety, walls so thick and dense; we cut ourselves off from everyone and everything that could bring love and happiness into our lives. Isolating ourselves, our souls, we need to connect not disconnect.
Separation creates a miserable world for everyone and everything. However hard it is, we need to connect, understand, and break down the walls of fear and anxiety that are separating us all. We can break through the false barriers with love in our hearts, we can do this.
Fear causes separation, all we see are differences that frighten us, instead of learning and rejoicing in our differences and then realising we have more in common with each other than we realise. We need to reach out to each other with open arms; we need more love, less hate.
If we get past our fears we will see other human beings just like us trying to survive in this mad chaotic reality, and we will see that they have families that they love and that they are trying to survive just like us.
Separation creates wars. Love creates peace.
A moment in history explains this far more eloquently than I can.
In Flanders on December the 24th 1914, in the middle of the First World War, millions of soldiers were bedded down in the trenches.
The German soldiers began singing ‘Silent Night’. When they had finished singing the English soldiers applauded them. The English soldiers then sang Christmas Carols back to their German foes, and they were applauded also.
A few men started to crawl out of the trenches from both sides. They met up in the middle an area called no man’s land, they then started shaking each other’s hands, exchanging cigarettes and cakes and showing each other photos of their families.
They talked about their families and where they lived. They talked about the madness of war. Eventually there were 100,000 soldiers from both sides quietly talking; they found themselves helping to bury the dead comrades on both sides.
Some of the soldiers started playing football. Some of the Officers joined in.
When news of this got back to high command, the generals were not amused and the event ended as quickly as it had begun.
This war ended in 1918 with 8.5 million military deaths. For a few hours, tens of thousands of human beings broke ranks, not only from their commanders but also from their countries of birth.
They became men together in an awful situation. They shared their lives, they shared their humanity.
What a wonderful amazing moment in our history.
This moment gives me great hope for humanity. Humanity has been taught to be selfish and self-serving and this moment shows that we are much more than this, we do actually care about others and we feel their pain.
We have empathy and it is getting stronger with each generation. Empathy could save us. The common man and woman have empathy but it appears to be lacking in the powerful ultimate leaders of the world.
We must stop letting the powers that shouldn’t be manipulate and control us. We are too quick to believe their lies and deceit.
The common man and woman, when they look deep into their hearts realise they do not want separation, as this momentous moment in earth’s history shows.
The common man and woman wants unity and peace for all.
We must listen to our hearts and our feelings.
No one wants to live in this separated world anymore.
We need change, separateness will not bring change for the good of humanity, it will drive a wedge between each and every one of us.
We are different we are all unique, we must have respect for our differences, we must not fear our differences, we must accept them with love and joy in our hearts.
Then separation will end.