What we put in

What if we didn’t judge others? What if we looked for the good and not the bad? What if we automatically trusted others? What if we choose kindness? What if we listened instead of speaking? What if we shared instead of accumulated? What if we choose to let go? What if we choose to forgive? What if we choose to give instead of taking? What if we looked for what people did right not what they did wrong? What if we were the first to change? What if we were brave enough?

These are all choices we can make now and for as long as we choose.

The world always reflects back what we put in.


The challenge with any theory is, it is just that, a theory. Nothing more, nothing less…a thought.

It is all opinion and a mental construct of an individual’s mind, that is then adopted by the collective mind, if it resonates with their story.

The thing is people attach themselves completely to theories and then the ego leads them to defend them to the last, blindly ignoring or ridiculing any opposing theory. The craziness of the resistance to anything other than our view.

Theories, therefore, are neither good nor bad as they are just in the mind, they can not be a conspiracy or right, they are simply a different mental construct to perhaps ours.

Fear is the driving force behind the ridiculing of others, the fear of their views being wrong and therefore the fragile ego is wrong and exposed. Fear is the driving force of the mind.

Best to leave theories to the minds of others, let our essence shine and just be at peace with the wonder that is real life in this conscious moment, free from thought and its restriction on us.

After all, there are millions of theories and who knows or cares which one is right as it will not matter.