“Men have looked away from themselves
and at things so long
that they have come to esteem
the religious, learned and civil institutions
as guards of property,
and they deprecate assaults on these,
because they feel them to be assaults on property.
They measure their esteem of each other
by what each has, and not by what each is.”
— Ralph Waldo Emerson
As we deal with things virtually every day of our lives, and we have a tendency to place judgment on people and where they are in the scale of what they own or lack of what they own, how much money they have, or the lack of money they have, and so many other comparisons, it would be beneficial to make the effort to see the person inside beyond that facade as if it were true that we are all on the same journey of living a life in a body, yet we are all connected in spirit.
We don’t have to change our whole world of things because things are such a part of our world, but it is beneficial to see beyond this limited view as often as we can to keep our loving perspective.
Whether we are being given our cup of coffee, or talking to a prospect for our services or product, passing someone in the hallway, seeing someone on the news that seems to hate our ideals, if we can take even a second or two to acknowledge that we are all related, and yet unique, we open ourselves to a joy of living and better enjoyment of our own journey.
Who Is That Person, Really? It Is Me On A Different Journey.
Spread Some Joy Today–by loving each other.