Feed the balance of the universe

For one thing, who are we microscopic beings to think that we could have any effect whatsoever on something so vast and incomprehensible as the universe — where we are so small that we are inconsequential, and could be ripped off the face of the earth as easily as a snake might shed its skin?

On the other hand, as aspects of the Infinite, Unspeakable Intelligence, our evolutionary destiny lies in recognizing our oneness: understanding that there is no ‘other’ and, as such, that whatever we do towards or for another we do only for ourselves or for our own sake.

Then, in the same way that nature does its job perfectly – predator and prey maintain balance in their societies; pollination and reproduction of bees and birds; reproduction and feeding of fruits and flowers; Floods, droughts and fires cycle through the seasons – this is how humanity can fulfill them dharma. And while one might argue that Dharma can only be realized, at this moment in history the impetus and need for greater harmony cannot be denied.

The pledge is clear – there is no more time for self-indulgence. Knowing that harmony cannot be imposed from the outside, but must be manifested from within, it falls to each of us to light his own individual cell in the body of humanity through the development of awareness and the embodiment of love. Although all striving towards sustainability and equality, however well motivated or intentional, cannot succeed as long as greed is the dominant force on this planet. Nor will greed be overcome until the understanding of unity reaches critical mass.

This, then, is our responsibility: to understand and encourage the necessity of getting rid of the mistaken identities that have enabled existing powers to divide and conquer; and fostering the realization that anyone’s suffering is everyone’s suffering; Creating a global movement and declaring our unity around the world.

We can then nurture the balance of the universe by establishing harmony on our planet – a harmony that only comes from recognizing that “we are one and there is enough”.

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