I’ve been reminded several times in the recent past about the importance of wholeness. Some of the situations that have presented themselves involved less than desirable circumstances, which could very easily cause one to react in an angry and/or vengeful manner. However, these types of reactions generally are much more damaging than they are cathartic. For those of us who choose to achieve higher levels of consciousness and to operate in truth and love, these types of reactions are counter-productive. The goal should always be to leave those that we encounter whole.
In creating wholeness in every experience, we must keep a few principles in mind:
- Whatever we say to someone should encompass the qualities of necessity, truth and kindness
- Our communication should add to the receiver’s life as opposed to the alternative
- Whatever we say/do to someone else we ultimately say/do the same to ourselves
- The power of life and death lie in the tongue (Prov. 18:21)
If we keep these things in mind as we communicate with one another, we will inevitably create wholeness in all of our conversations. As we all become more whole as a race, the disasters, evils and injustices that we are experiencing will eventually dissipate helping us to evoke heaven on earth. And so it is…