reply to post by Aliensun
Nice post. Simple and, in my opinion, very true. I particularly appreciate the non-ego statement that you don't pretend to have an answer. No
single person does. Somehow, collectively, if we can all assume such a humble position, we might be able to find our way through these times with
honor and respect of each other. It's always the ones who think they know what to do that lead us all into further disaster. Sitting with
uncertainty, doubt and our own personal vulnerabilities I believe is a good start. Acknowledging those fears and being able to tolerate them I think
allows for us to proceed from a more stable, aware foundation when the time to move forward arrives. That is the wisdom I have learned from the tao
over many years of practice - listening to a deep ebb and flow of life, rather than just doing something for the sake of doing something. When we do
that, we simply become victims reacting (rather than responding) to our victimized state.