Build what you want to see in the world

The only way to make lasting change is if we are the example to follow, not the anger to shame others.

Telling others they are wrong never goes well, it’s an ego thing!

Shaming others is another failed way to get them to change.

Brutality doesn’t lead to change, it leads to more brutality.

There has been anti this and anti that forever…the real change makers build something different and live by example. They share their love for something for others to be inspired by.

Everything always starts with our inner state, when we are at peace and disconnected from our story and ego, we project the light from our soul for others to see and choose, if they want, to follow our lead, our example, they are energised by our positive vibrations and light. They can be inspired by our passion and love for our ideas.

Start to build the thing you want to see in the world, don’t waver or worry about others…equally, don’t judge or criticise others, and maybe what you build others will want too.

Pointing the finger at others and prejudice

Ask yourself, do you go a day not judging another person for whatever it is? Do you walk down the street and label people based on nothing but our own prejudices, perhaps just for what they wear? Do you see or hear about a famous person, or someone you’ve never met, and pass a judgement on them? Do you hear second hand stories about a person and criticise them? Do you judge others, for whatever reason?

You are not alone, most humans are conditioned and habitually label and judge, mainly based on nothing but our preconceived opinions. It is a habit, we are taught it.

What if we challenged ourselves to stop judging or criticising others, perhaps initially, just for a day? What if we completed a day and tried another? Slowly, step by step unlearning our conditioning, perhaps we could then influence others by being an example for them to follow. What if we stopped blaming others? What if we choose to be accountable for our judgements?

Over time we could start to eliminate prejudice and far more effectively than any zealous shaming of other people’s choices, ones that if we are all honest, we make all the time. It’s funny how we can excuse our own judgements as valid and truthful, yet see others as unfair.

None of us are born with any prejudices, we are taught them and conditioned to have them. In order to reverse the conditioning, we need to be the individual who changes, who leads by example, who is prepared to be brave enough to be different. It does not happen by doing the very thing that criticism and judgement causes by criticising and judging others.

Do not judge others, inspire others by example, by stopping judgement, by stopping criticism, by letting go of our own prejudices.

It is by example we change not by pointing the finger at others and shaming them.