Sometimes Wahe Guru is all you can say. When I was with my family I really got a good look at patterns. Ones I must have but I could see them so developed in others. Then I remembered this line I love from The Siri Guru Granth Sahib (The Sikh compilation of saints and gurus direct revelations). The line is this. “To see the faults of others and unsee them.” This is from a prayer called Ardas which means prayer. Sooo true! To see through the faults into the inner being of the other. To feel the pain that causes the faults without getting empathetic about it and making it your pain. It is a call to true compassion. I am calling you out. Please call me out. Let us make a compassion garland and string it around our necks to remind us of our insights and pledge to live under the umbrella of compassion.
My dear friend Jodha said, “You aren’t on a journey, you are on an odyssey.” ‘Tis true. I am greatfully embracing it and letting it unfold me. Soon, I will be blowing in the wind. A sail set on the boat of life, floating between worlds. Wahe Guru. Love to you. Remember that everything you say, are a part of think, play.
Prayer is being woven into the fabric of the Universe right now, so let us weave it with golden threads of deliciousness. What are you weaving in this moment, this life, this day? Vastness only loves one food …. love. Feed each other with it and from love it makes a delightful and interesting weave for not all will accept it, but the weave is priceless.
An intelligent hueman being quickly realizes the importance of Gold. Also the importance and understandable vastness of God.