You are all looking at one another through the windows of your own perspectives. You are all simply trying to figure out who you are in the mirrors of life. “What part of the Divine puzzle am I,” you ask. You learn the answer, in part, by observing others and learning what resonates and what does not.
You have the power to live in a very expansive and beautiful reality, or in a very limited, contracted, and narrow reality. You can enjoy learning about other people’s perspectives or you can waste your precious life force making them wrong and judging them.
We are not saying you must dance with every human being or agree with every perspective. Far from it.
We are simply suggesting you become the observers of life, rather than its judges. When you observe life, you see as a child sees, and as God sees. You witness what is going on around you with wonder. You don’t say, “This shouldn’t be! That is wrong! How could they think that way!” You say instead, “That’s fascinating. I like this and I don’t like that. I agree with this and not with that.” You own your own perspective, without having to make anyone else’s wrong.
When you are open to other perspectives, you become very much like a child at a zoo. You watch all the different creatures and their different behaviors with a sense of wonder and fascination. You become curious. Why do people act the way they do. Why do they think the way they do? What do I like? Rather than judging you observe. You learn about the world around you. You learn about those different from you. You learn about yourself too as you start to acknowledge your own preferences. You like some. You don’t like others. You don’t have to feel guilty or even justify your feelings. You just move along and spend more time with those you like.
In this fashion you can also observe human beings without any judgment. You can have your likes and dislikes without any need to feel guilty or justify your preferences. You can love the light within all people, while not liking the personalities and behaviors of some. You don’t have to judge them, make them wrong, or condemn them. Would you need to condemn or judge vanilla if you preferred chocolate? Of course not. You could simply say “I love ice cream but honestly prefer chocolate” Likewise you can say, “I love the light that lives within all human beings but some drive me nuts so let me shift my focus to those I find more agreeable.”
Dear ones your world is an amazing hub of diversity in the great scheme of creation. It was meant to be that way. The light that lives within you takes many different forms upon your planet earth. Love that light. Love the fact that it is expressed in so many different ways. Then allow yourself, without judgment or justification to simply move towards those with whom you resonate and away from those you don’t. In this fashion, you free your soul to simply “be” and find its natural fit in the greater scheme of life.
You are chained to those you judge. You are spiritually free when you allow all souls, including yourself, the right to be.