Why is it in our societies that we now identify ourselves with a role that we fulfil? Are we losing touch with our own inner feelings of who we really are because we are busy juggling all our other roles leaving little time for ourselves. This at the outset may seem a very silly premise, even a selfish, introspective point of view but what if more people take responsibility of their relationship with themselves and come to the world in a stronger more centred place. What if more people take responsibility for their behaviours, take ownership of their feelings and true care of themselves by being open to loving themselves more. Is it possible that we may end up living in a more loving society? If I can learn to see the goodness, the purity in myself and love and respect myself, can it be that I then see these qualities more easily in others and therefore be at peace. Peace within and peace without. The real question is am I worth the effort? And only I can honestly answer it.
The unconscious wants truth. It ceases to speak to those who want something else more than truth. A. Rich