„The best for the good of all…“ How do you achieve that? One achieves it through impartiality. Impartiality means no longer focusing on people’s differences. To stop focusing on the differences of people means to focus on that in which all people are equal. And that in which all people – and all plants, animals, and everything else – are the same is their Essence Core. Their Inner Light. Their divinity. Their cosmic being. Their soul.
To focus on the divinity of human beings is to know that we are all connected, that we are „One“. Always. And irrevocably. Whether we want it or not. Knowing this means not getting too attached to people on the outside, in the separate. Because the desire for attachment in the outside arises from the loneliness of people who know nothing of their divinity. A bond in the outside does not take away anyone’s loneliness if there is not also the knowledge of the inner bond.
If I bind myself to a person on the outside, then the desire for partiality arises in him. He will expect me to agree with him on certain issues of dislike and affection. If I respond to this, then I am in conflict with other people who have different likes and dislikes. This is because, through my attitude, I reinforce their perception of their loneliness. If I then approach them, then I am in conflict with the former person, who has contrary views and, because of our „bond“, also expects them from me… Thus, in return, I then reinforce his pain of loneliness… A dilemma that leads to constant conflict and pain.
Allowing everyone to be valid, seeing their inner selves, not taking sides but balancing them out, strengthening the inner bond and not allowing oneself to be drawn into external intrigues, not assigning oneself to one group but being there for everyone. This is the path I have been following for a long time. And it is going well. The first disappointment of some people that I do not immediately dive into their outer environment and connect with them (at the expense of others, from whom I would then be separated), usually dissolves with time. They then feel something else. They feel acceptance as beings. They feel truthfulness. And they realize – maybe only unconsciously – that this is better than any clucking together in a closed circle. That this is something permanent and not dependent on current opinions and views. So I can let everybody come to me and accept him. Give him healing. To give him something that helps him to escape from his outer conflicts. To realize that my way is a way of peace. For all involved. Accepting the other as he is. Seeing his inner self and not focusing on the outer separation.