Sunday, March 16, 2014

Tupelo Honey

What if IT happens like pouring honey over the planet? We know a change is coming and want to frame it in the old 3D fashion of fear, misery and cruelty. It's a dog eat dog world. We use words like apocalypse, armageddon, the rapture, and the shift of ages. We think about IT and have said things like, wtshtf = “When the shit hits the fan” and eotwawki= “End of the world as we know it”. What if we rephrase…atss= “After the shit settles” and botwwwwtli=“Beginning of the world we would want to LIVE in”, because the shit HAS hit the fan and the world as we knew it is over.

What if it’s NOT a dog eat dog world? 

What if this is simply a cultural change that is required, not war, not famine, not death and destruction. It’s simply a cultural change. What’s changing is a different way of relating to ourselves, each other and everyone else. “THE CHANGE” could happen rapidly and be a thing of beauty like a rosebud opening. We have been living as slaves in bondage for so long we think that’s life, that’s all there is. Life has become a cacophony of dirges like this, “Another day older and deeper in debt.” As humans remember/reawaken/reactivate the incredible potential for creativity, innovation and damn hard work and blend it with compassion, generosity and quest for the ‘stars’as the quest to know ‘our source’, its gonna feel a lot like breaking out of jail. That honey is gonna taste so sweet and be so satisfying that folks will look up after bathing in it and filling full up with the ambrosial nectar of bliss, and say “What were we thinking?” After enjoying the honey, no one will want to go back to eating poisonous, nasty tasting stuff. After tasting life in a peaceful loving way, no one will want to go back to war.

"You load sixteen tons, what do you get
Another day older and deeper in debt
Saint Peter don't you call me 'cause I can't go
I owe my soul to the company store."

It's time to look beneath the surface and make a choice, life or death.


For those who choose life, it's time to awaken into our own ecstatic, authentic self. 

Then each one teach more. 

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