What is the benefit of developing a sense of inner neutrality and how much responsibility do we have to get involved in solving other people’s problems? Often, we are the keepers of other people’s secrets, or we are privy to information that may help others to make informed decisions, yet we stay quiet. Why?
Maybe we want to keep the peace, keep things the same and not rock the boat. Perhaps we believe everyone has a responsibility to fight their own battles. But one thing is clear, whether it’s disclosure about events in our personal lives or the collective, we need to be find a balance between involvement, blame and taking a neutral position.
Resentment and victim-hood are not a stable foundations on which to build the new. Moving past these states of consciousness are vital, otherwise we repeat the pattern of oppressed fighting the oppressors. We are all flawed, let’s move on from that point. It’s time to be honest. It’s time to stop hiding.
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