Unconditional Empathy

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The truth of the matter is, everyone needs healing. No one is toxic, no one is inherently bad, only misguided and hurt. May we find a place within ourselves to accept that some people hurt more than others. This does not mean we need to spend any time with them, try and heal them, or even tolerate them, however we must try and cultivate compassion for the pain that others go through. We are all in some type of healing process.


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The main distinction between religion and spirituality is to access God through a frame or through the lack of a frame. For some, a frame is a helpful way to access and understand God. For others, they may need less of a guided frame. All people experience spirituality differently, and none is wrong or incorrect, only different.


Human beings are always trying to cultivate more divine qualitites. One quality God has that isn’t often talked about is a sense of defenselessness. Nothing can ultimately hurt or affect God, and so God can go through the world and engage with all beings in a completely defenseless manner. We strive to be the type of person who goes through life with arms wide open. We can be truly defenseless, as God is.


It may be no surprise to you that our society is very supportive of self abuse. Beating up on ourselves is a common issue we struggle with. It’s also a common badge of honor to be busy. If you were to read out loud the things you say to yourself throughout the day, would you be able to say that to someone else? Most of us would say no.