The joy of a contemplative practice of meditation
is the realization that God, Divine Mind, Spirit,
or whatever you call the Higher Consciousness of Love
is always speaking to us.
We just fail to listen.
But when we slow down long enough
to listen to the breath
that we all share,
we begin the process of healing separation,
of realizing that we are all the same
in the divine energy of the universe.
Jesus Christ was one of the first advocates
of diversity and inclusion.
He excluded no one when he said that
the greatest commandment is to love one another.
He said love your neighbor as yourself.
In the professional setting, we don’t like to use the word “love,”
so we call it diversity and inclusion.
EXCERPTED MUSIC CAN BE PURCHASED FROM iTUNES:
“ONE VOICE” by Peter Kater and R. Carlos Nakai
“HYMN OF THE CHERUBIM” by Pyotr IIyich Tchaikovsky
“SOULMERGE” by Ashana