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  1. Shalini

    To see others with compassion and grace and less judgement.

    2 years ago
  2. O.Christina

    Then you are my brother and my sister, no matter what. No basic feeling of separation. Peace and Love prevails then all over. Paradise now, so to speak!

    2 years ago
  3. sparrow

    I do,
    The only time i need reminding
    is when I come up against conflict,
    and then conflict reminds me.

    2 years ago
  4. Malag

    It allows some humility to emerge in me. I spent a chunk of my life thinking I am different, better, smarter alternating with its bedfellow: the thought that I am not worthy. It took me a while to realise that we are all ultimately cut from the same cloth. So any differences are the accidents of birth, nurture and what life throws at us. Entitlement then goes out the window. If people didn’t feel so entitled (me included) the world would be a safer and more just place.

    2 years ago
  5. Maeve

    Not sure that it is life changing for me to contemplate this. Maybe at some point, when I am more enlightened…

    However, it is a reminder that we are all born as helpless babies, no matter our station in life, we all have human needs, and will all die.

    2 years ago
    1. Mica

      Thanks, Maeve, for your honest answer.

      2 years ago
  6. Dusty Su

    When you hurt, I hurt. When you are happy, safe, recognized, so too am I.

    2 years ago
  7. Kristi

    To recognize that we are all human and we all have the same basic needs. We all should be treated equally and like we matter. The mental health of all would be much improved!

    2 years ago
  8. Toni

    To love our neighbor as our self, not instead or or better than but with equal concern and respect.

    2 years ago
  9. Don Jones

    It means living a life based on seeing things as they really are.

    2 years ago
  10. J

    Ideally we could all co-exist peacefully amongst each other and also see ourselves as whole and be there to support one and other more. Keeping this at the forefront of our perspective would allow us to be more accepting of each other’s differences because at the end of the day we are more similar than not.

    2 years ago
  11. Cathie

    Though I believe this to be true, living that truth is sometimes difficult. I just read something that feels to fit if one believes that we are all from the same source…
    “I don’t have to agree with everything you say, but I should at least attempt to understand it – for the opposite of mutual understanding is quite simply war” – Ken Wilbur

    2 years ago
  12. John T

    This was a powerful contemplation for me. All are family, in the same boat together, hang in there for each other over the long haul in a “Good Shepard” way, connected thru helpful and not helpful ripples of words/deeds. Other meaning but these are the first ones to come to mind.

    2 years ago
  13. GratefulOne

    It would remind us that all human beings are brothers and sisters. We are all the same. It might bring more unity and peace. Less division. Less looking at people perceived “not the same” as “other”. If we lived life from the knowledge that we are all from one source, we would see no one as a stranger- just a friend that we have not met yet! We could say “you are a part of me”. A fine ideal to strive for, I think.

    2 years ago
  14. Linda

    While we may have all come from the same source we are not the same. We make choices throughout our lifetimes that take us down different paths. Some choose well, many do not. Many have no choice at all.

    2 years ago
  15. Carol

    I’ve believe that Creation is One and is on going and hopefully, evolutionary but I always remind myself that though life has one source, we are not all born into the same circumstances. A couple of poems by Danusha Lameris come to mind: “Nothing Wants to Suffer” and “Small Kindnesses.” Google her. It’s worth your time.

    2 years ago
    1. Malag

      Thanks Carol these poems resonate. I love getting poetry recommendations of a calibre like this.

      2 years ago
    2. Mica

      Different circumstances – Thank you, Carol – that’s always good to remember, isn’t it?
      I got this in an email today:
      Answer to Does being White simply mean you identify as White and most people see you as White? Is that all there is to it? by Lee Thé

      2 years ago
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