Burning water lilies remind me of the time we once knew what freedom meant, open meadows spread over the life of the humble minded. Their simplicity had colors we have forgotten. Their enchanting voices evoke a lesson in need of revival. We believe in order to feel in control. Those chains are grabbing our joyful spaces in contempt. Those voices remind us of the bliss of letting go, so one can open to the gift of today as a burning water lily that knows no end. Fusing the impossible, water and fire made one.
The paradigm that states we are absolutely separated from each other is changing. It is changing from fragmented perspective to a new state of wholeness and unity. This perspective is evolving because we are realizing there is something very wrong with our relationships each one another. The aggression begins to feel as unbearable. Where does this aggression come from? We need to solve this, and fragmentation seems to be a possible answer. Also, with overpopulation and the fast ways to travel we are now confronted others’ differences, how to accept these differences?
Furthermore, there is a state of mind called depression because we don’t know how to feel fulfilled. Nobody teaches us how to be joyful at school. Maybe you are lucky and have someone that taught you to be happy, but not everyone has that luck. What to do then? We need to change within ourselves. Be inside of ourselves we want to see outside of ourselves. We have to be the reflection of tolerance and love, never expecting it to come from the outside.