“I don’t think there is any such thing as an ordinary mortal. Everybody has his own possibility of rapture in the experience of life. All he has to do is recognize it and then cultivate it and get going with it. I always feel uncomfortable when people speak about ordinary mortals because I’ve never met an ordinary man, woman, or child.”
― Joseph Campbell


Hanging around with many people, online and off, who are into spiritual matters I have noticed something. There are lots of people who feel that they are somehow special, a cut above the rest in awareness, knowledge, understanding etc.
I have known so many people who have felt that they had a unique connection to higher levels of being. That’s fine and it is a rare thing indeed for me to question it. What drives me a bit nuts tho, is hearing people talking about others as ‘juggles’, ‘unaware’, ‘involved’, asleep etc. OK so there are lots of people out there who have yet to explore the spiritual side of their beings yet every one of them has some form of unique spiritual beauty that no one else has…there is some facet of universal being that they are uniquely heir to with infinite potential. In the joy and delight of discovering my own and sharing with others I tend to feel too busy treading my path to worry overmuch about where I am relative to others.
Blessings, G


****Contest Winner****
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Beach Under a Copper SkyBeach Under a Copper Sky by G A Rosenberg


Seeking the InfiniteSeeking the Infinite by G A Rosenberg