posted on Apr, 10 2013 @ 11:56 PM
Whatever really is "going on" I can't help but get the sense that the real reality, the creative life, the truth life as it is, is cute.
I can't think of a better way to describe it.
The animals of the world point the way in this regard, whereas the human spirit is often tortured almost beyond the point of recognition, but in every
case there was a cute baby somewhere down the line and an innocent child who only wanted to confirm and be accepted and valued, it's a pretty sad
state of affairs to be honest, but that's not the REAL life or the REAL world as it REALLY is, is it? No, so there's another then, and
in my estimation because it's fundamentally creative and harmonious or "synchronistic" it's also therefore playfully inviting. It, the process of
life itself wants us to participate, with it, as co-creators but in alignment with the best of the best that life is offering, even at all levels, as
we begin to learn how to harmonize with the real life, by letting the dead one run dry (it already was anyway) and then turning to face the
living water which is the true flow of life as it really is and as it presents itself fresh and new at each moment.
What else could you call it then but "cute". I can't think of a better word.
It makes me sigh with relief to even know that it's still there (after all this time). We may have been deluded, seriously so, but life was always
waiting there for us with open arms beckoning and inviting us into it's domain of limitless love and freedom and all new possibility for the human
It's nothing less than a wellspring of the very living water of life itself, let all who thirst free come, and let all who hear say come and freely
drink the living water, which is the true flow of life at just about every level imaginable, so why then should we settle for something less than
optimal, starting with our own creative process and "action" from moment to moment, whether in delusion and blindness or fully informed in the light
of the truth, that indeed we are loved, and God even as an imagined perfect observer is better than no God at all (now that's funny).
But it works you see.
Therefore it must be true.