king and acting. We now have the choice of either spiraling into deepening peril, or breaking through to a world of dignity and wellbeing for all. Throughout its history, humanity has been guided primarily by a material consciousness. Fearing scarcity, we have continued to pursue material gain beyond necessity, taking from others and depleting the Earth’s natural resources. If our aspirations continue to focus only on what is material and finite, our world will face inevitable destruction. What is our true nature? In order to make more enlightened choices and change the course of our history, we need to return to the basic question concerning human life. Each and every one of us must ask, “What is our true nature?” and seek a meaningful and responsible answer. The great spiritual traditions of the world have always been telling us that, at its root, human life is inextricably linked to its universal source. Today, the latest advances in the physical and life sciences reaffirm this perennial insight. When we rediscover our connections to nature and the cosmos, we can re-align our life with the universal movement toward oneness and harmony in and through diversity. We can restore the divine spark in the human spirit and bring forth our innate love, compassion, wisdom, and joy to live a flourishing life. The time has come for every one of us to awaken the divine spark that resides in our heart.
In Oneness and with so much love, Steve Steve Farrell Worldwide Coordinating Director Humanity’s Team…
the action of responsibility that I must continue to assume is very definitely directed towards - changing worlds not changing the world.
My own commemorative zBlog to my mother - AS in life SO also in death will they forever be remembered - has raised the discussion of the issue of death amongst the old zaadz community - which in turn stimulated the following comment -
"If one feels that death is to be feared, one need only go to the maternity ward, of someone related, to see a newborn child's eyes, and know then and there, that life is a precious gift, a privilege too precious, not to be spoiled -
We were just lucky to be the deserving atoms, that have a conscious self."
Perhaps you should take consideration of the fact that your own community continues to need you as much as ever - and that your effort to support them individually and collectively - would very much be directed at changing their worlds for the better.