PONDER on THIS for Thursday, November 24th, 2016 by Stuart Wilde in SIXTH SENSE

“The problem with our world is that we all infringe upon each other way too much. We haven’t learned that control is old-fashioned, that consciousness has changed. If only we’d all back off a bit. If we all understood non-infringement, we’d have low taxes, safe neighborhoods, and the spirit of love and cooperation in our society and in our families. It will take time, but you can start the process right now. Focus on non-infringement. It becomes your teacher for a while, and it will show you things inside other things. It will show you aspects of compassion and infinity you may not have seen before.

The need to control others is a manifestation of insecurity. From that often flows infringement, then reaction. Then in the fear, one stiffens, and in the end you cannot flow down the river of life. Sometimes you have to let go and become vulnerable. You have to flow and trust. To find yourself, you have to agree to lose yourself first. Odd, really, isn’t it?”

Stuart Wilde, in “Sixth Sense”

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