MT RANT: Don’t judge a book by your own cover.

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I’ve spent the last few weeks feeling into my new path in life and settling into this new me. Sleeping, writing, running around to find a new place to live. At the same time, I’ve encountered some pretty annoying attitudes that my work is worthless. That what I’m doing is not committed enough. Not big enough. Oh let’s not forget, I’m not DOING ENOUGH. Well let me tell you my spiritual work is WORK. And I’ve been committed for far many more years than you know. Just because it doesn’t have a flashy car or a bank account to prove anything doesn’t mean I ain’t going anywhere, or I am not committed. I am committed to building heaven on earth.

Ohh but it doesn’t look like a real job with a real payslip. Sad face. So? That doesn’t mean it isn’t real. Quick to scab wisdom, yet quicker to judge my circumstances.

Yes my financial system may look a bit dire, but so do those extra pounds and the type of food you shove in your mouth. Not to mention the words that come out of your mouth. Don’t judge a book by your own cover.

And this goes for all the people who feel like you’ve been shitted on for years, knowing deep down it is all for a greater purpose. Feeling what is to come. Experiencing things that are deemed a bit far fetched. Don’t let your outside circumstances define who you are. Don’t let unawakened Robots make you feel less than. Because you are not. You were never lost.

Someone, accusingly asked, were you lost and disorientated? Not knowing they were really asking “were you the crazy one”. Yes lost and disorientated but not for the reasons you think. Being lead by my heart doesn’t always look pretty and won’t feel great, but this can often lead you away from a group consciousness that holds you back from discovering who you are. To break you away from the repeat repeat cycle. You can’t sit in shit and say it ain’t going to affect you over time. When it’s time to leave or grow, it’s time to grow.

Some people don’t know why relationships shift and end sometimes and find ways to call people “crazy” or “blame” just to satisfy a pain they are feeling for things ending. When people leave or relationships dwindle this is a time when you no longer resonate at the same frequency. People shift and change, some people get sick and tired of the ignorance and accusations so would rather sit at a park quietly. Caterpillars morph into Butterflies. It is possible. So who wants to hang around people, when the first thing that matters is what you look like? What work you do. Who’s better. Seriously.

For the record, when you call people crazy you a living a broken record of the past, when peoples within religious institutions and authorities would be threatened by women and pagans. And essentially put them on a stake or crucify them. Just because you don’t understand what they are going through, doesn’t mean they’re crazy.

All to often people judge those who wander the streets and those who go through hardship as those who are the lost ones. The very people you may respect and follow and got conned by, are very much lost in their ways. Yes I am referring to the ones who write your laws that you abide by. And those that run global corporations, run banking institutions. Not all, but some.

People who look like they’re “LOST”, are discovering far greater wisdom and compassion than the norm gives credit for. For these souls are the first to stand up without judgement to be of service to his fellow human, without worrying about how much money they will get back in return.

I forgive people and ignorance who tell me what I should be doing and how I’m not doing things right, but that doesn’t mean I have to hang around and listen to crap. There’s nothing worse than a broken record playing.

People governed by their unhealed aspects will say things to judge and keep others down. Because you may not fit the bill. Sorry, that game is over.

Diana xxoo

Image source: http://www.gizmodo.com.au/2014/01/incredible-photos-of-colossal-lightning-in-massive-volcano-eruption/

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