by Alicia K. Hanlen
Taos Study Group
“The cure for our human nature is to embrace our shared humanity, by honoring the similarities of our human-ness, and to quit fighting over our perceived differences.” Richard Hanlen
What does it really mean to claim we are all one? Our founder, Dr. Ernest Holmes stated it this way: “God in me is unified with God in all. This One is now drawing into my life all love and fellowship. I am one with all people, with all things, with all life. As I listen in the silence, the voice of all humanity speaks to me and answers the love that I hold out to it.”
Together, let us take the challenge to listen in the silence, hear the voice of humanity, and embrace that humanity with love. We can turn to love as the antidote to hate, and reach for peace as the antidote for war. It is truly time for all of us to rise up and embrace our shared humanity, to begin the journey, which will enable us to come together in love and peace.
Will you take the challenge to cease looking for differences, and instead focus on our similarities in this shared one life that we live?
Stand with me in gratitude right now and give thanks for this turning point in our shared enlightened consciousness.
Our lights and our commitment to change indeed make a difference, as I declare, “And so it is”.