Peace Queen It is our responsibility to care for each other
I think it is the responsibility of every human to care for every other human and for the planet. I think that’s who we are. And that’s what we are commanded to do. And did I say the animals, too? I mean, that care for the humans, the animals, the planet, the Earth, everything that gives us life.
With that belief system here in my mind, that guides what I do.
It guides if I believe it, then everything that I do is motivated by that belief. Loving, love is how I live. It’s at the center of liberation. Socialization socialization, which is how the world works, right? You’re born into it. And this is how things are going when you come in.
This is how things are going and you get your family. They’re the ones that you’re born into, a family, not one that you chose, but you’re born into a family. They’re the ones that show you the ropes on how the system works and how everything goes down and what rules, what’s right and what’s not right. That’s the socialization. Try to step out of that, try to be something different and then see what happens. The institutions and the family structures, they will slap you back into shape if you try to be different, or try to say something different than what the Bible says is right.
What about the people that don’t believe in Jesus? You may believe in some other spiritual practice. But socialization says if you’re born into a Christian family, then that’s how you’re supposed to live. If you’re born into a Muslim family, that is how you’re supposed to live and believe. You take on the values and the practices and the principles and how people think about what grows do and don’t do that whole thing.
We’re socialized. What if you say, to my LGBTQ friends, I’m a lesbian. That doesn’t fit with socialization as we know it. And so the rules get enforced, the stigmas become and everything goes to hell in a hand basket if that saying still even exist anymore.
In the center of socialization is fear. It’s just fear and ignorance and those kind of words. But at some point, you can say you don’t want to be a part of that. And, whatever comes out of some significant emotional event happening and you say, no, I’m not doing that. I’m changing my thinking. I am liberated.
When you live liberated, that means you’re living in your truth as you understand it. At the center of liberation is love. And so for me, I love everyone, because at the center of my liberated life is love. Even if I don’t agree with you, I love you because you are human and a gift of life.
We all share that in common. By loving the planet and loving the people and the animals, I want to live with you in harmony, in love, in unity. So that we don’t stress out and we’re peaceful. That’s it. Living with you in harmony means I care about you.
And, I need to take care of you when you’re in need. I would hope, not expect, but I hope that we get to a point that we just take care of each other.