Archive for June 2015

“I think the greatest single enemy is the misuse of information, the perversion of truth in the hands of terribly skillful people. – John le Carré

I had viewed the news yesterday for it was on as I visited family.

The stories they choose to run seem to be instigating division amongst

us this very evident in their ways and chosen wordings. The news slyly

promoting war and violence then reporting on the war and violence.

These are human issues that they are making seem black and white issues.

Our rhetoric is insane to even see someone as black or white.

Our people are all of us.

When will we learn to stop with such division?

What would happen in our world if the news promoted peace and then reported peace?

If they promoted love and reported love?

What would happen if we choose to not fall into their matrix of division?

There are (soul)utions!

The (soul)utions start with each of us uniting and seeing truly beyond the promoted division.

We are One so unite with the power of the universe and get out of the sides of the dualverse!

©Louis J. Auslander 6/19/15

Lovingly letting go…

Ending relationships with love.

I see no reason to hate.

I see no reason to be mad at my old poor habits or to talk down about them.

I see no reason to be upset or talk poorly of those that still do what I have now lovingly let go of.

I end my relationships that lacked self love and respect and that hurt myself,

with the most powerful of powers that of love.

I let them go and they fade away…

©Louis J. Auslander 6/18/15

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Don’t grow up!

You are doing yourself little good if any in many cases if you decide

to stereotypically “grow-up” into the pre molded ideals of society.

I suggest growing inward into what you really are and have always been.

I suggest growing outward with whom you really are and have always been.

You were not brought into this world not to be you.

You were and are part of the oneness that we all are part of.

But “You” are a unique “You” that brings “You” into all that is.

Your duty to bring “You” into being that would be the “grown up” way to be.

© 6/6/15 Louis J. Auslander