Do you ever wonder why sitting in stillness is so hard?
This is where Truth lives.
Not the temporary kind you apply to life in an attempt to connect its fragmented logic, but rather, this is the Truth that transcends life.
I have accepted this Truth as a part of my experience. It was sheer terror opening my mind to it because within its parameters, I ceased to exist. Yet in the absence of my existence, I somehow observed the Truth. It cannot be articulated. It can only be experienced.
While I am more accepting that this mind opened a doorway to Truth, as a personal self, it is a very challenging awareness to play out on the stage of humanity.
I am somewhere in the middle. I do not fully identify as a personal self anymore, however, it is the only identity in which I can relate.
It may be why strangers share their souls with me. On some level, they know that I understand there is more to us than what meets the eye.
Once I started to accept that Divinity lived in my awareness, I began to panic. If I knew the Truth, I had to share the Truth.
Slowly, over time, I have come to know that what I do will not impact the outcome of Truth.
Truth will come to each of us in its own way, in its own time.
I do not have to change anyone’s personal perspective, not even my own.