When I believe the thought “I am not good enough” When this belief becomes my norm When this norm leads my behavior: I murder you so I feel good I do bigger, more, bigger, more, bigger, more, more than you So I feel good and I do not care if you feel good
The human species will vanish from this planet in the end Even the sun will die
Till then, “I am not good enough” rules and murders, rapes, violates, tortures, almost every living being and its own species
We can never know what will happen We can take steps ourselves Now … And let Compassion, Care, Tenderness, Love, and Truth rule our inner world until our end of time …
If you forgive someone, who forgives who?
If you forgive someone for something, what do you forgive the otherone for?
What is forgiving?
And when you forgive someone, what happens precisely?
If you believe that the other could have done differently than he did,
could have been different than he was,
could have known better than he knew,
could have been more conscious than he was,
then you believe that you know, beyond any doubt, that the other in those circumstances, in that moment,
could and should have done differently and could and should have been different than he was.
If you realize that the other did the best he could,
was who he was,
knew what he knew,
was as conscious as he could be,
then you know, deep in you, that the other did precisely what he could do at that moment in those circumstances.
If you realize that for yourself, you don’t have to forgive.
Then compassion comes on her soft feet, enters your heart and love flows unconditionally …