- Thru Matthew Roana by unknown author
We begin the true growing up process of always looking at ourselves objectively, no matter what light or shadow is cast on actions. We really are free! We understand that we are “not just” a human being nor are we “just” a spiritual one. Embracing our experience in the now means being both!
When we are interested in universal truth we are held in universal love. Discernment is no longer a process of judging right as superior and wrong as inferior, but one of moral conscience, for we are in touch with the source that wants what is best for all humanity and it speaks to each of us through our deepest core.
Being peaceful and at touch with the source does not mean we condone murder, rape, abuse, or injustice because that is the perpetrator’s truth! It means we help the perpetrator to know that in honesty they are still able to experience love and that love facilitates the change. We do not change because we are already worthy, we change because the great universal love enables us to! All we have to do is be real.
See an article written by Matthew Ronan:
The Boy Who Cried Wolf