Reactions to events

How much of our reactions are based on conditioning and how we want to appear to others? How much of what we say publically is to fit-in?

It must be as we are selective as a society about what seems to matter.

We would protect a 200-year-old building, yet trees of that age can be chopped down every day. Tragedies in some countries matter and in others they don’t. Terrorist if from one background, freedom fighter or plain crazy ‘whack-job’ from another. A terrible shooting in one country leads to prayers and changing social media profile pictures to that country’s flag, if it happens in the less important country, it isn’t even reported. A person has offered 100M Euros to repair a church but there are poor and starving people on the streets.

It seems we have a ‘how do I appear good in front of others’ filter or a ‘from the right background/country/race’ filter on what matters in the world.

We are all humans, we all matter, there is no life more important than another, we are the same. Also, what others think about us is not relevant, we can choose to react how we wish to, without the need to feel ostracised or feeling we have to fit.

Things are not black or white, with or against, yes or no. There are no right or wrong, it is a personal opinion.

What we have in common

It seems we are intent on becoming disconnected as humans.

Every human is the same under the x-ray. Beneath the exterior form is the beauty and magic of life that we all have.

If only we’d realise that it is our egos that stop us connecting and keep us finding what we don’t have in common. It makes us look at the exterior. It makes us compare. It keeps us defending positions that do not need defending.

A connection can be made very easily if we try, we just need to search for what we have in common.

What have in common is that the energy inside us all is connected with all the energy in the universe, we all came from it and we will all return to it. We are the same inside.