WHY ONE SHOULD NOT PERCEIVE SMALL AS UNIMPORTANT

Dear Human,

Look at the pregnant universe.

Behold how she conceives, carries and gives birth to stars, suns, galaxies, and nebulas. Watch as she continues to make atoms, neurons, photons, particle matter and gravity. Observe and be amazed at how she is the originator and deliverer of everything. Even a human being.

Is it a tiny thing then, the labor of the universe giving birth to you the sentient being? Is any part of your unexplainable life consisting of consciousness small?

No.

Every part of the human phenomena is profound. Each minute of being alive is one more chance to find and make meaning of life. All of your life events are food, meant to grow you, to expand your mind. Every extraordinary thing you can sense, imagine and co-create has value.

There is no bad experience to be had then is there, by being a product born forth from the womb of the universe?

Let us therefore rethink our reality.

Embrace ALL of life. Walk with wonder and awe straight into each new moment, whatever that moment entails. If you want, if you try, with each one you can feel change. With each minute, lessons can be learned, knowledge gained, love shared. With every blink of the eye your understanding of the sacredness of existence can be deepened.

Be careful then not to miss out on any of this incredible journey. Wherever you are my beloveds, be one hundred percent there.

Love,
Sheri

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Specializing in Transformation and Mindful Living | Counselor and Coach | Creator of Dear Human and The Other Side of Ugly
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12 Responses to WHY ONE SHOULD NOT PERCEIVE SMALL AS UNIMPORTANT

  1. Dear Human says:

    Hugs back Gerry. Sorry I just saw this sweet comment. A pregnant universe indeed. Aren’t we the lucky ones to witness so many different types of birth? ❤️

  2. I am deeply thankful that my words connect to your heart ❤️

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