I believe each of us is a unique word in the vocabulary of God - a unique, one of a kind, absolutely necessary expression of the divine.
That belief challenges me to see myself and others in a radically new way, a more intimate way. I'm challenged by questions, such as:
When I look at you or me, can I see beauty? Can I see the divine?
Can I honor and include all that I discover - the "goofy" and the "grand", the "awesome" and the "awful"?
Can I dare to see what is - nakedly - without judgment and without a sugar coat?
Can I give up trying to control that which is other, that which feels foreign, that which departs from ego's idea of what should be?
Can I have compassion for myself and others - even when we fail at all of the above?
Can I see, right now, with the intimate eyes of LOVE?
James Bryer - Softening to Love
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