“We will solve homelessness, we will solve “profitable” poverty, we will solve the fact that twenty-seven thousand children starve each day in this “modern” world and we will achieve this not by living individually – every person for themselves – but by practicing the passion of living for each other.
Like any circular rotation, as with the law of karma – what goes around comes around – we actually deliver compassion by consciously pursuing our passion. This is not an esoteric theory, not an act of lip service – this is the integration of real modern physical dilemmas with the ancient metaphysical laws of integrity.
Integrity means to integrate all of the dimensions into a single moment; to integrate all of the people affected by that single moment into a single reason – all of the dimensions and people involved in your space and your time. This is the gateway to compassionate living, to living responsibly.
When you set yourself up as responsible for solution, you become the ultimate “you” – this calms your survival mode and sets your emotional body into fearless mode – you’re tapped into the source of time within space, you’re able to respond. When you do this on an ongoing basis, no matter what circumstances might arise, you’re fully able to respond in time, success is guaranteed.
Each moment is a reflective – not of the total you, but of a pixel in you. Within every moment there’s a piece of you that you’re being asked to view, there’s a part of you that you’re being asked to learn from.
When these human issues of today are experienced in this way, homelessness, poverty, starvation – they’re not the problems of others, they’re your responsibility. When this is the attitude of those who are conscious, the problems reveal their solutions, the questions reveal their answers.
Our prayer is that you see these dilemmas of the world as a reflection of who you are; that you lend your highest consciousness to their solutions on a constant basis; that you experience a way through as your social responsibility – not as socialism, but as humanism. A no-brainer, a heartfelt opportunity.”