We might as well get into the groove of laughing at the comedy, because let’s face it, we live in a world of duality. Black/White. Male/Female. Night/Day. Right/Wrong. Etc Etc Etc. We are always trying to convince someone else our ideas are the right, have them see through our lens. One of my favorite men in my life is a prime example. He and I live in separate belief camps in the political spectrum. For the most part we ignore this fine difference however on those rare occasions he likes to push buttons just for the hell of it, sparks can fly. But at least we make the sparks fun and not aggressive nor mean or angry.
The truth is our world is set up to be in duality, to show us daylight and midnight, the sun and stars. It is set up in a huge polarity of contrasts so we learn to choose, to make decisions and choices based on our awareness, our wisdom. We – yes that means All of Us – choose to experience these huge discrepancies to explore every side of the equation. We live in a free choice universe which is hugely exciting and highly gratifying. It’s why we all desire freedom at our core. We know it’s our divine right to be free. Free to choose whatever course we want even if it’s wrong. It’s our right no matter where we are on the planet. If we didn’t have these earthly polarities we wouldn’t know truly madly deeply* what we appreciate, enjoy, love. The cosmic forces set it up this way as an exploration of experiences. Yes even those sad and lonely and depressing and angry and desolate and challenging events and situations. It gives us pause to truly appreciate the goodness when it arrives. We hop on board this Polarity Train so we have a smorgasbord of incredible options, good bad, sad happy, healthy ill, lonely partnered, rich poor, and any other thing we can experience. Every occurrence is a learning curve. An option. A choice. A belief. Imagine as we move and explore through a lifetime, how these mold and shape us and alter our paths amplifying change and growth. Multiply that by many many lifetime experiences and we can begin to fathom how rich in mind and soul we all become.
In the meantime, why not truly embrace the differences in each of us. Enjoy them. Even with those with whom we don’t agree. They are after all, people on a learning path here to do their part, play their role in our ever evolving growing expanding conscious experience. We can choose to not hang with them, however from a larger aspect, a larger dynamic, choosing to still love their souls is life changing. And seeing the ridiculous humor in every day living is a wonderful antidote, a remedy to some of the absurd behavior displayed. Love them for it. Love their souls.
I’m laughing all the way across the galaxy and back.
Cosmic sunshine to you.
*My repeating mantra.