Last week, I was walking along the street and overheard a man on a motorcycle who was stopped at an intersection. I heard him exclaim into his phone “It is impossible to repair the world!”, and then he rode off. This man’s statement caught my attention, and I decided to ask Spirit if this statement is true.
Here is what Spirit shared with me:
“The view that the world is unfixable is incorrect. Many things can be fixed, but they require clear vision and purpose. Relationships among people can be fixed through patience and understanding. Relationships between people and the environment require determination to be undamaging. Treatment of animals that is humane requires people be aware of the similarities between animals and people. Environmental damage is preventable through acknowledgment of ways to prevent damage. Wars can be prevented through a lessening of nationalistic superiority. Virus transmission can be prevented by maintaining good health. Soil can be replenished through attention to natural cycles of biorhythms.
Repair of the world requires desire for humility, perspective, and humor. And patience. And kindness. And more patience. And more kindness.”
Comments on: "Can the world be repaired?" (2)
Such an uplifting message. I pray we can live up to the challenges.
I find the message uplifting, but also challenging. I like the emphasis on humor. So often when we try to fix things, we become humorless. I bet you like the emphasis on humor, too.