• Mike Kennedy

Let's Listen to Albert Einstein

Consider the following statements issued by Albert Einstein:

A person experiences life as something separated from the rest, but it is a kind of optical delusion of consciousness. Our task must be to free ourselves from this self-imposed prison, and through compassion, to find the reality of oneness.

It is imperative for us to listen to Einstein's words and—frankly—it's about time we did! In today's society, we have created a prison for ourselves as a product of our systems of government, religion, and education.

The whole concept of "you" and "me", has been created by our societal institutions, and consequently our self-imposed prisons have virtually separated each of us from everyone else.

Is this outcome of separation not one of the desired tools of the elite? It's caused the creation of fear and suspicion of one another, which they can then leverage as a tool to control us all. There is now irrefutable evidence that we are naturally linked to each other and to a Universal Intelligence—the One Mind that only creates everything in complete harmony. Indeed, we are all connected, not only to each other but to this Universal Intelligence—the One Mind—with what may be considered as an umbilical cord. With this power of the Universe itself, we too are creators and create with our every thought and deed.

Once we—yes, the you and me—acknowledge the significance of the Universal Source at our beck and call, and not some "god" of our imaginations, then we can and will become creators of a just society for all.

I will leave you for now with the thoughts of Krishnamurti:

And our consciousness is not actually yours or mine; it is the consciousness of man, evolved, grown, accumulated through many, many centuries. When one realizes this, our responsibility becomes extraordinarily important.

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