Friday, January 31, 2014

The Power Of Our Own Nature

Life isn't about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.

George Bernard Shaw, the Irish born playwright, focused on the social issues that existed during the 20th century. He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1925, and an Oscar in 1928. Most of us believe we do have to find our self in order to be happy. To us, the word find means we must confirm our worth through things, and validate our subjectivity using the opinion of others. The word create to us is a sacred word. Creation is an idea that’s reserved for the artists, and the mystics of the world.

We ignore our ability to create what we think about. We undervalue our innate energy. We don’t believe we manifest what we want to experience in life. Our educational system has made us believe that we are separated from the power of our own nature. Our families have unknowingly kept us in a cage of fear. We turn the keys to our life over to self-serving hypocrites that serve no one but themselves.

Those hypocrites teach us something about creating life. They teach us that thoughts are energy, and that energy intermingles with energy of the same kind. The pushers and takers show us the value in believing a truth even though that truth is a self-created lie. They create life according to their specifications, and in the process they find the self they so desperately seek. They find that self, and they believe in that life. They don’t judge that life. They live it.

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