The Future Is 101% of Now
I have often wondered what Gandhi really meant when he said, "Be the difference you want to make in the world." I think it is also what Laotzu meant when he said, "The way to Do is to Be."
If you want to change the world, don't try to change the world. Changing the world requires a concept of the future, which only divides us from Presence. As long as we are thinking of the future, we disconnect from the root of power. There is a better way.
We change the world through unconditional surrender to what is. Accepting things 101% as they are integrates life into a unity. From unity comes power. Power creates. Hence, through unconditional surrender to what is, we transform the world spontaneously, by simply doing what needs doing, in the ever-evolving unity of Now.
Don't try to change the world. Just Be. That does it.
Posted by AKL at 9:54 AM