Thursday, February 05th, 2009 | Author:

The other day I woke from a slumber.
The world looked a little different….seemed better.
The illusion of reality we lived with had become redundant.
Dividing people to experience power was not necessary any more.
The need to kill today to live tomorrow had gone away.
Politics and religion had returned to being tools of love and peace.
Destroying what has been created was found to be wrong.
The joy of creation had been discovered.
The opportunity to create more than one consumed was available.
The ‘have nots’ finally had enough.
The ‘haves’ realized they had enough, finally.
The ‘us’ had started merging with the ‘them’.
It was easy to see who each one of us really was.
Everyone was lovable and everyone was loved.
The ‘every’ in everyone had begun to become redundant.

Then again the state above was driven by a simple three dimension perspective. We need to be able to distinguish the ‘person’ from the following three dimensions:
1) The stage of evolution that one is in. The lessons learned so far, and the learning that might still be on its way.
2) The environment that one is currently living in. Which covers all things external which often impact the decisions made.
3) The actions that one takes today.
On removing the three dimension above one starts seeing the true being within our self and others. It is a state in which we begin to truly appreciate how wonderful all of us are. That is the beginning of an awakening where the world described above starts moving from theory to practice. Complexity moves to simplicity. Illusions dissolve to show the reality.
Things get even more interesting when you start seeing the fourth dimension – time. With a perspective into time the three dimensions mentioned above can be moved around in your mind such that you can clearly start seeing the future and the past. Then you move from living in a beautiful world to living in many of them at the same time!

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7 Responses

  1. 1

    I especially like the bit about how “every” in “everyone” becomes redundant. One world, One love. Jai Bono Dev ki.

  2. You are going to give tough competition to the content team in the contest..

  3. 3
    Piyush Nigam 

    Hey Harry – two reasons for me not to compete with the content team:
    a) I am also part of the content team, considering i started by writing content on the team
    b) I know they are better at this
    The joy stays in playing the game – victory is just one of the moments…

  4. Well said !
    The joy stays in playing the game – victory is just one of the moments…!!

  5. 5

    Lessons to strive for. Very well said. Keep up the great work.

  6. 6

    Very nice inspirational poem.

  7. Thank You. I’ll share this. Something to contemplate on many more occasions.

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