“Everyone has their own perception of what love is —and yet, the essence of love is energy, a consistent intelligent transformation — arguably God.
Like music that shatters the glass walls of our conditioned mind, we are offered a life opera to be well-lived, redefined, inclusive — injected with awe and fulfillment”
LIVE YOUR LIFE OPERA
— From my next book, THE GRACE OF REDEFINING LOVE. What you”ll find in it is 10 brief chapters of about EXPANDING LOVE, LIFE LESSONS, and a HINT OF POETRY with PRAYER.
“What seems empty now is only the space ready to receive that which we are willing to become.”
Are there places we are able to show up in life more alive and present, open and humble, and kind? Can we join together in a shared vision of love and possibility? I vow to try. Namaste 🙂
When did ego go wrong, deciding that faster, better, squashing out each other’s spirits was the way to survive on our planet?
How did we escalate our differences rather than be inclusive of our likeness and compassion and love? Modern civilization continues to create a culture of striving rather than creating. Striving toward ownership at the cost of each other, sometimes even at the cost of our family’s love. No matter where you are in this world, in this life, that can’t feel right. Right?
Even speaking seems aggressive. Talking so fast that the line blurs between fiction and truth. Where is our truth? Where is our inner most love expressing itself? Not nearly in enough places.
Slowing down to feel, see, sense and experience our life with each other can only add to our planets humanity. Add to life itself. Slowing down to observe our opinion and judgement of the people we see everyday, or our self judgments for that matter, is important. The phrase “don’t judge a book by its cover” seems to lost its oomph over the years, but it really declares that when we slow down, we can see things more clearly, including each other.
We live in a beautiful world with beautiful people, each unique and brilliant with his or her own story to tell. We think that faster is better. we think that over-stepping another human being brings us to the forefront of survival and success. but I don’t think it will. It will, rather, bring us closer toward extinction. We can survive only through compassionate cooperation.
Take time today to slow down just enough to see something differently. To see the part of another person you didn’t know existed before. How beautiful is that? Namaste 🙂
Merging Worlds is here! A spiritual self help book about love, creating possibility and inspiring hope. The book is available on Amazon. http://amzn.to/1LNzrX7
Merging Worlds is a personal journal of loss, struggle, risk, and triumph from the author. The intention of this book is to promote well-being. Merging Worlds invites us into conversation – to stimulate and support personal evolution, power and peace. Through the cultivation of our own love, possibility, peace and compassion we are then encouraged to help others do the same – suggesting we can help co-create a world of inclusiveness, acceptance, empowerment and global stability.
Richard Anthony Silvia, author, singer-songwriter, poet, and empath/sensitive, is the founder of Yesrising.com and The Rick Eva Music Project. Earlier poetical works, including “The Fragile Thread” and “Bits of Red“ have been published in various literary journals and the song “Ooh the Sky”, received a honorable mention for songwriting from Billboard.
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In our search for consciousness, everything external is temporary or impermanent, because everything we seek is eternal within us. The unfathomable eternal is what we are. We shall always be. Namaste 🙂