First, it detracts from the truth of what I am saying in that no one desires to live under the financial suppressions of an over regulated governmental structure, and secondly it implies a negative label on me, therefore devalues me as an individual. At the same time, this statement presents the person doing the labeling as better than I.
When this happens the third outcome is separation, for the act of judgment immediately separates the judge from those being judged…this cancels out the power of love, understanding, and compassion. I recently heard a person say this about Teddy Kennedy’s recent passing, quote, “Since he spent so much time regulating our lives, good riddance, now we don’t have to deal with him.” I had not expected this to come from a person that values life. After reading the Miss Annabelle story; should we ever really say “Good Riddance” to a life that has passed away, knowing that a living life is the most valuable thing on the planet? Now, it is these types of statements that do not support the value of the living person. In fact as these types of un-loving statements occur, they create a negative vibration of uncertainty and doubt in the belief that the person is truly loved. This becomes the emotional scaring of our lives throughout time as these negativities do not support the inspiration for the joy of living. Human beings have a difficult time feeling love for themselves when they are judged and rejected by those for whom they seek love and acceptance.
We all must first love ourselves, by dealing with the truths about what is going on in our hearts, minds, and especially within our emotional state. We must do this without condemning ourselves because self-condemnation is not an attribute of love and acceptance…it undermines our happiness. Do you take time to review your attitudes, instead of just listening to the subjective voices in your head when you find yourself having negative thoughts towards another? Do you take the time to consider the impact on others that your words may have? I also heard a statement of, “When the school systems are corrected, there will be in no more gays in the classrooms presenting their viewpoints”. Now, this also is a statement which isolates and separates one individual from the love and acceptance of their peers. These are the judgments which are generated within a mind that is hearing the dogma of prejudice within our wounded societal consciousness….This is the opposite of love. I remember a parable of one of my female heroes, Mary Magdalene, who in the face of her peer group condemnation, being condemned, even to the point of her death, washed the feet of Jesus with her tears as she thanked him for his love of her despite the path her life had taken. So to those that would condemn her Jesus said, “Which of you is without sin, cast the first stone.”
There is a purpose in life that brings to all the ability to live as immortal gods; it is the purpose of love for one another and that of loving life itself. How can we do this if we are constantly being judged by those that choose not to love and accept who we are? The more we love one another the higher levels of consciousness we develop within ourselves. From this higher level of consciousness we continue to grow and become the god men and woman that we are born to be. The greatest creation is life; and the greatest purpose in life is to do those things which constantly generate more and more life giving love and acceptance to all we meet. Take the hand of the little child, both the one within you and those without; love and accept them and you will be truly bringing value and joy to those you meet.
Thank you, Elaine – TheUndefeatedLife