What if our most important endeavors, those that determine the direction of our country, dictate the quality of our relationships and define us as human beings, could be structured in such a way that everybody wins?
The Egyptians have opened this door for others as well. This is an important and powerful moment for each one of us, for it is in claiming our own authority to count in the matters of life; conscious life begins.
When was the last time you checked in with yourself? When did you last do an audit of your life's vision, the resources you have at your disposal to implement it and what you need in order to make progress?
When we come to define ourselves according to political and national ideologies and forget that we all share common roots as members of the human family, sharing the same wants and needs, we stray from our deepest truths.
Like the garden, it's our nature to blossom and grow, no matter what kind of soil conditions in which we find ourselves. We're ferns, perpetually in search of a larger container in which to house our lives.
Some readers, like me, "blessed" with, let's just call it a "tendency towards compulsion," went off to the races with this one. Or perhaps it would be more accurate to say our minds went off to the races.
For extroverts, we'd almost rather be dead than feel alone and irrelevant. This is why we're so driven to be in the spotlight. Nobody would think to look for insecurity in the ones who seem to be running the show.