“If it’s worthy, say it now, and say it all. Use your words in service to the moment, not in place of it.”
— Alberto Ríos

 

How do we judge worthiness? This is not a rhetorical question but one that has been plaguing me for a while. Shall I be a Casandra seeing the end of civilization and the need for a new one in place? That gets boring and obvious quickly and people stop listening not to mention the tendency to shoot the messenger. Shall I talk about the importance of shifting our priorities as a society to form systems that are sustainable; systems that actually serve people rather than just perpetuate themselves?There are so many people who are invested in the maintenance of things as they are even tho it is becoming more and more obvious that in the current state of health care, education and caring for those who can’t care for themselves we are losing ground and not gaining it.
Should I speak of the importance of love and tolerance of all and not just those who we agree with? Another worthy topic yet far too few people understand that it is seldom a matter of right and wrong or right and left as it is a matter of everyone being at best partially right and the need to learn how to deal with each other rather than seeing everything in an us vs them light?I
It is so easy to see the problems and the solutions are not easy to come by. Yet everybody thinks they have the answer. It is easier to see unworthiness than it is to recognize what is truly worthy. That’s the rub.
Blessings, G

 

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Flying Against a Masqued SkyFlying Against A Masked Sky by G A Rosenberg

 

AbsorbtionAbsorption by G A Rosenberg