Question: Why do we wish for good things and then for bad things we shout? Is this the one exclusion for the rule of kindness and love?
The Fergueson, MO, Travyon Martin, Rodney King, anti-police demonstrations and presidential ads on television only serve to prove my point:
Einstein said, “Everything is energy and that’s all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This is not philosophy. This is physics!”
So tell me again about how protesting and throwing things, or looting and violence manages to solve anything? Mother Teresa refused to attend “Anti-” rallies, and would consider attending “Pro-” rallies. She refused anti-nuclear rallies but entertained the pro-peace rallies instead.
Think of it another way… The adrenal glands react to circumstances, out of our control, with either fight or flight responses. We have all heard about the adrenaline surge a mother gets when moving a vehicle off of her toddler, right? When confronted with certain situations we either fight it or take off in the opposite direction (physically as well as emotionally).
Now let’s put all of this together…
Rallies that are for something positive have the upper hand over rallies geared for something negative. We should share our joys, not our fears, because the more energy we give to a situation renders it in the reality we want.
“An Ye Harm None, Do What Ye Will”
“What goes around comes around. Keep it positive.”
“… Fairly Take and Fairly Give.”
You get more flies with honey rather than vinegar.
The wisest folks throughout the dawn of time have always made certain to convey the importance of the aforementioned topics. Granted, the sage-wisdom is not word for word the same, yet the meaning is.
Hmmmm… I think that I just answered my question. 🤓