On the one hand, who will be we microscopic beings to consentrate we can work at all on something as vast and incomprehensible since the Universe-in which we have been so minuscule as to be inconsequential, and could be sloughed away from the face of the world as easily like a snake may shed it skin?
On another hand, as issues with the Infinite Ineffable Intelligence, our evolutionary destiny depends on recognizing our Oneness: knowing that there is no ‘other’ knowning that as such, whatsoever perform to and for another we’re only doing to and for our own selves.
Then, just as that all of Nature fulfills its function perfectly – predator and prey maintaining balance into their populations; bees and birds pollinating and propagating; fruits and flowers reproducing and nourishing; flood and drought and fire cycling with the seasons-so too mankind may fulfill its dharma. And while one might debate that Dharma cannot help but be fulfilled, in this particular moment of history the impetus and wish to greater harmony is not denied.
The undertaking is clear-there isn’t a longer time for self-indulgence. Knowing that harmony are not imposed from without, but must manifest from the inside, it then falls to all of them of us to provide light for her individual cell in your body of humanity by cultivating Consciousness and embodying Love. For all the striving toward sustainability and equality, however well motivated or intentioned, cannot succeed as long as greed could be the dominant force on earth. And greed aren’t going to be overcome before understanding of Oneness reaches critical mass.
This, then, is our charge: to comprehend and encourage the demand for shedding the mistaken identities which have enabled the powers-that-be to divide and conquer; and also to foster the realization that this suffering of any could be the suffering of the; also to create a global movement and proclaim our Oneness worldwide.
We might nourish the Balance on the Universe by establishing Harmony on our planet-a harmony that only derives from the recognition that ‘We are One then there is Enough.’