Humanity is going through it right now. There is a massive shift in consciousness and some are all too aware and others have no clue. But regardless, we must remain as “one.”

Right now, I, personally, feel a struggle from within to accept all humans and all behaviors and to get to a state of true acceptance and love.

For instance, I see grandparents and parents on social media condemning people who have abortions and calling them “murderers.” Then I see one of their family members who has had an abortion, for whatever reason, suffering at the hateful words of a loved one.

It is dividing us as humans and it saddens me to my very core. I struggle to understand how people can sit in judgment and ever condemn the actions of others when they don’t even recognize their own transgressions or the harm that they are causing others.

It is not for us to ever judge another human for any reason. We are only supposed to love and accept. Sadly, that’s probably the hardest concept for anyone to wrap their head around. Especially in this day and age.

It is great to have an opinion and choose to live your life a certain way. But when you impose that on others it only sets you up for judgement and hate. So all I can do is pray for peace and accepting times.

We were all given the gift of free will and must try to understand that others are free to exercise theirs as well.

We, ourselves, are the core root of any struggle and problem that we face. It’s time to start healing ourselves as individuals. Then and only then will we find peace.

When you are at peace with your transgressions – feel free to judge me for mine. But at that point – I don’t believe that you will.

2 Replies to “Acceptance and the Great Divide”

  1. I think if we all slow down just a bit, we’d all respect different opinion, thoughts and actions a bit more. Life seems to be such a race for so many people. Social media makes us all ‘on-call’ all the time…..it’s progress yes, but is that a good thing ?!?

    Lovely article. I love the ones that make you think. Thank you.

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