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WOULDN'T IT BE NICE IF...

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Society teaches us that everyone is different and that we, in fact, have a constitutional right to have those differences. But consider this: Is it not those very "perceptions" of differences that is at the very core of all wars; not to mention those perpetual states of discord that are so common, and pervasive; in our individual and collective realities. BUT... wouldn't it be nice if we... just for now; were to choose to ignore our right to be different, and instead open up to the possibility of receiving others with an eye for sameness? Instead of looking at our differences; let's ask the questions, how are we alike? What do we have in common? What do we agree upon? Being different is the province of the ego; while the recognition of sameness, or ONENESS with ourselves and the Universe; is the province of Spirit, and we get to choose. We make that choice by embracing all options that are available to us, but choose according to the one that FEELS better. For example: Does it feel better to be at odds, and in conflict with others? (Which in reality is our mirror showing us that we are at odds, and in conflict with ourselves); or, to be in agreement and alignment with others (which in reality is our mirror showing us that we are in agreement, and alignment with ourselves)? The above example is about evolution in Consciousness; which is the same as being more consciously AWARE of our thoughts and feelings. This new and expanded awareness is brought about through a simple shift in focus. As with the idea above; we can choose to focus our attention on differences; or, we can just as easily choose to look at the infinite ways in which we are alike. The only question is this: Which one feels better?

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