diversity of humans 2

As you walk through the crowds in everyday life or sit among them, what do you remember? You look at other people, glancing into their eyes as they pass by, but what do you remember?

Do you remember who you are?

Do you know who you are?



As you eat and spend time with your family and friends, do you know who you are?

As you busily occupy yourself filling every moment between waking and sleeping, can you remember your face or your voice?


In fact, do you know who you are beyond your name and address, your professional status and skin colour, your class and gender?

It is important to find out who and what is behind this facade as soon as possible.

So, spend quality time with yourself. Get to know your tears and your fears, come to understand your essence, your heart, the way your body processes the planet’s oxygen, your joys and true desires.



By turning down the acuity of your eyes and looking inside in every spare moment, you will begin to truly remember who you are and why you are here acting out your part.

Remembering your eternal face and the constellation of your particular energy is your life’s work. Then you can really be at ease with yourself and with others and your exact mission will become as clear as day.




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