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WHY SO MUCH HATRED AND ANGER?

20Aug

If you look at social media, you'll see a lot of angry people.  It also seems there are some very hateful souls who post very negative remarks about others, why is that?  I notice people often post things to get others approval, or they do things to stir the pot.  I feel there is really one main answer for all of this, why there is so much hatred in the world, anger, anything that is not of love light.  Isn't it all caused by separation?  Have you ever had an experience when you were so plugged into God/Source that you were so joyful nothing could effect that joy?  I've had those experiences, I'm guessing most of us have had those experiences.  Then if we turn our focus onto something else it can change in an instant, aren't we the creators of those moments and if we truly want to be responsible shouldn't we be somewhat careful of how we word things?  Shouldn't it always be done with respect?

 

I have never posted anything or got involved in someone's argument although I've been tempted.  I see many of my friends posting things that seem to set others off, why?  So that was my intent when I saw a post that I felt was done to rile others up, whether I agreed with it or not.  I wanted people to think before they attack, or create something negative.  I feel we can either be part of the problem or part of the solution.  We can feed dark energy or we can feed the light, we have a choice.  I quoted some of the people I've had on my show and I don't blame others for not believing what I had to say, whom am I to be considered an authority on anything?  With that said it was an opportunity to practice what I preach, allow others to say some things about me without getting offended, letting go of ego and detaching.  I took a few shots across the bow, but I realized it only effects me if I allow it.  It was worth doing for that reason alone.  I've seen more than one of my friends, people who've been guests on my show, complaining about not being taken seriously or made fun of.  From my perspective it's an opportunity to grow so that we detach from our outcomes and what others think, it really doesn't matter.  If we know we are speaking what we think is our highest truth and it comes from love, we have nothing to worry about.  You may come under attack because there are those who are deliberately trying to discredit the truth, so be it. 

 

Also, I saw your comment about wanting me to get in touch with you, I can't through this website, but feel free to email me at tj2@up.net

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