We humans are a mixed bag; so mixed we seem to forget how alike we all are. We are all incredibly sensitive, each of us is always and forever trying to be better and help someone else along the way*, and we each have this wonderful uniqueness. We are alike in our uniqueness, if that make any sense.
This debut post is to acknowledge you, dear reader, because you're my species. That makes you able to move mountains and change the world for the better. At least, that's what I believe. My job is to prove to you that you are able to change the world and give you some ideas and ways to get on with your work.
The thing is, you change the world when you are happily following what makes you the individual you came to earth to be. The more you are you the happier you are, and the more good you do for the world. It's a perfect system this universe has. It works without fail.
But there is a catch. We chose to be here on this beautiful planet at a time of change, both good and bad, that no one could have predicted. Like the Fool of the Tarot - there was simply no knowing what we were headed for. We watch this world change at lightening speed and have even lost the ability to be surprised by the spectacular advances we use on a daily basis.
And as evolved as we are becoming, there is no getting around the fact that we have to deal with a three dimensional world: we need shelter, food and safety; we are mortal and don't have forever; and now more than ever, we are living without any instructions how to live in such a world.
So, I will do my part. I have a passion for figuring out how to have a really good life and help others do the same. This isn't just hedonistic. It is our best chance of being our best self, and each of us doing our part to bring peace and happiness to our beloved planet and all that live upon it.
We all have what it takes. Really we do. I hope you enjoy The TLC Blog. And I think you are fascinating. You're my species.
Although we may painfully slow at this, it is what we all are doing here. Even the worst of the hellish acts are a twisted attempt to change self and others because it is clear something needs to change. Ultimately, there is no choice other than to work toward helping self and others become happy and have a peaceful world.