Happy weekend, Spiritual Warrior!!!
We often view the present moment as a potential interruption between what we were doing and what we could be doing. We use phrases like “carve out time,” “make time,” and “squeeze it in,” as if time was this separate entity that was always imposing itself on us.
We postpone the occasion to be fully present with those near and dear to us. We multitask our love, fragmenting our affection over several people and things simultaneously. We often hold back an innocent expression of kindness for fear of it being misinterpreted. We keep our distance because we don’t know what to do with that empty space where connection flows.
And yet we are all just stumbling in the darkness of loneliness begging for someone to light a match. We’ve grown so accustomed to seeing ourselves as individual beings that we often rationalize our isolation as being normal.
The Divine Principle of One encourages us to weave the present moment into every aspect of our being and because we are creatures of connection, we can begin to effortlessly transform the world around us with our own presence.