“From his book Stride Toward Freedom Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote… “Mahatma Gandhi never had more than one hundred persons absolutely committed to his philosophy. But with this small group of devoted followers, he galvanized the whole of India, and through a magnificent feat of nonviolence challenged the might of the British Empire and won freedom for his people. This method of nonviolence will not work miracles overnight. Men are not easily moved from their mental ruts, their prejudiced and irrational feelings.”
While it might not be overnight, the effort and commitment needs to be made to remember compassionate action with love is the stance necessary to bring about understanding and connection and change.
Another generation is ready to get clued into the work of this master teacher to spark a fire of truth built into its operating system. The virtuality of instant connection can be reclaimed in the form of increasing gravitas as opposed to decreasing that quotient of possibility. IN turning into the principles of commitment and love and compassion, when message matters most, hipping in to the grounded connection in that river of strength, courage and truth that comes from understanding the mechanism of humanity. A great service will befall society.
Teach what you want in the world. Love Land suggests you learn the lessons of love, loving thought, and master your inner connection and extend that outwardly simply by remembering to love and at the center of each of our beings is love.
Enjoy this new day with some deeply held remembering that love always remains the answer and send that message in a bottle to be received where it is needed most.
lots of Love,