Greg Braden in his YouTube series missing links, says that evolution is a true story, its just not a human story, it is not our story. The kingdom is guided by an infinite intelligence and that intelligence knows how to evolve, not entirely sure why this would be a great discovery unto itself. Darwin could not have known the things we know today that the animal kingdom is unique as the human creation is unique. Many inventors will understand when I say that version one is the most important version in existence. Ford Motors knows this to be true from the history of the Edsel automobile. What am I trying to say? I am saying that you must start at step one. You cannot discover the meaning of life until you discover who you are. You cannot determine who you are until you know where you are from. I am not talking about human ancestry; I am talking about part created and part uncreated. Pure energy is where we came and energy we will return. Braden says that human belief is the strongest known force in the universe. If the human mind believes something to be true, it is. We paint our own reality. Some scientific theory suggests, the tree only appears when we look for it. When we are raised to believe something about life, we struggle to consciously overcome that belief if it needs to be overcome, we are confined by it in a sense. One reason I ask you to challenge everything, is because we only know what we have seen another imperfect being do or say. To exude truth and light for others, we must start living truth, not someone else’s truth, but truth.
Belief is one reason that parenthood is the most important role in all human existence. When parents define what is possible, they unknowingly define impossible and this is very dangerous. A child that observes parents that seem to always be at odds with this life, will find themselves fighting for their spiritual lives as adults. By at odds I can only use a personal example where we go to church and speak of unconditional love and then judge everyone and thing on the ride home. If you want to convict your children to a life void of unconditional love, judge others in front of them. To compare or to judge others is the most toxic teaching for our children that we could ever possibly invent. Statements such as “she should not wear that”, or “he should not act that way” are judgmental statements that are toxic to their core. If you have these thoughts as a parent or guardian/mentor, simply acknowledge them as not the path to love and understand and do not vocalize them. To vocalize them in from of your children creates a model for the subconscious mind. I believe Emmerson once said, “I cannot hear your words, because your actions are too loud”. As a parent or mentor of the youth, you have a great responsibility to protect not only your mind from a judgmental attitude, but to protect children s well. Zig Ziglar used to say that “the greatest love story will never be told; it can only be lived”. If it is told the meaning and depth will be minimized to an extent that the true essence is lost. If you want to read the greatest love story, read it from your mind, from the love you share and feel. Today, protect your mind from judgement, protect your children’s mind from judgement. Today, be an example of unconditional love and build a belief system that is based in truth, love and understanding.