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Saturday, August 25, 2012

You must be willing to lose it all before you can have it all.

We must look at the lens through we see the world, as well as the world we see, and that the lens itself shapes how we interpret the world.

And may this be accompanied with deep meditation, contemplation, understanding, perception and enlightenment.

God is and only God is and God is synonymous with existence. God is of all that is. God is not separate from his creation. The creator is in his creation; there is no duality, there is no distance.

In Divine Way of Life, there is no distinction by way of religions provided one understands the Universal Truth that God is True and One for all as preached in the yesteryear by Moses, Jesus, and Mohammed !

There is no duality.

Perhaps these are the prerequisites and prerogatives to Understanding and Enlightenment, the practical Path in individual lives winds through awareness of our every intention, thought, word and deed, through Concern, Care, Compassion and finally through Love.

"You must be willing to lose it all before you can have it all."

What does this mean?

It means that until you can let go of everything, you will find it hard to hold onto anything.

You can have it all, but not all at one time.

You need to release your attachment to it all. It is so freeing to realize that you are complete without it all. It's the attachment that causes the pain.

This is what the Buddha meant when he said
"In order that all your desires are fulfilled, you should become desire less"

I have lived this truth, it's a daring time, and one that most of us are not prepared for!
Once you let go, and let God -it all becomes doable!

It’s about losing the attachment to things; it is not about actually losing the things themselves.

For example, I could believe that I will only be happy if I have that car or that relationship, this is attachment to things.
When I realize that happiness and joy comes from within then I am not dependent on anything else for my state of being.
Then I am free from attachment and am more likely to experience joy from all relationships and all things regardless, a paradox of course.

Everything's always provided for you, you need to look for nothing.

Definitely have to surrender in order to gain. For whoever wants to save his life will lose it, but the one who loses his life will gain it!!!

The man himself said that!!