For anything costing a human soul is a wasted life.
When boys rule. Men die.
When separation exists. Disconnect commences.
For anything that convicts a difference in people, is a scam on humanity.
The true history fuels stories of sickening and ones that should not be forgotten, morphed, or altered.
There was no righteousness, there never will be.
No matter how many wars one sets out to see.
In life, in books, in history.
However, this Rhythm, felt deeply.
As the Principle of Rhythm embodies the truth that in everything there is manifested a measured motion; a to-and-from movement; a flow and inflow; a tide like ebb and flow; a high-tide and a low-tide.
Between the two poles manifest on the physical, mental and spiritual planes.
We understand from one polar: purpose; it leads it’s opposite: pointlessness.
Rhythm manifests between the two poles established by the Principal of Polarity.
Polarity in that everything is dual; everything has its opposites; all truths are but half-truths; all paradoxes may be reconciled.
And in this there are many paradoxes.
In Australia, the 25th of April, our remembrance day, I honor all wars, all people. To remember that of a reality in which how warped our ways were, and how much progress we’ve had.
A lesson to revisit each year.
From poor leadership creates expansive mindsets.
New awareness births revolutionary thought-processing.
And peace across the planet in unison, in people, becoming one wholesome narrative.
As one of my favourite question I embody goes,
“If everything was good how would we know what good was?”
There the Principle of polarity, a universal Law, does exist.
Rhythmic between the polarity of a pandemic to its opposite of a connective humanity.
Good and evil, dark and light, poetic and scripture.
A dark vast emptiness that would destroy your body right out in space yet allowing an earth full of life, creation and beauty among it.
This is mental transmutation.
And the people and the world do and will come to recognise it.
In remembrance of what needs to be, the price we pay for it, the lessons we gain from them and of course, our results of what comes of it.