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Sanskrit anahata in heart

Devaki Sokaris

Pondering life

Pondering life

Creating a collective heart

Sometimes it’s hard to get our heads around what we’re meant to be doing, and we may need to focus on how our thoughts and feelings are contributing to how much we can make our lives more meaningful.

Life is all about what we came to learn, experience, and understand. It is not the details of how we have gone about something that is important, but rather what our choices and attitudes were while making those decisions.

I have always known I was different and have spent most of my life feeling like I was dropped off on the wrong planet. Being diagnosed as autistic made my whole life make sense and helped me understand why I see the world as I do. I write because I believe I have something worth sharing. My intent is not to get you to believe me but rather to suspend your beliefs for a moment, as it may help you see another perspective about yourself and the world around you.

I've had a life long interest in self discovery, spirituality, and music. Spirituality for me is about my place in the universe, and how I connect with universal consciousness, my true-self, earth, humanity, and the interconnectedness between all these things. I believe we need to treat the planet with compassion and respect, and that essentially we are all responsible to leave the planet in a better place than we found it.

We live in a world that often likes to celebrates selfishness and greed. I want to live in a world ruled by compassion and kindness, and one that doesn’t enable the people who create suffering for others. Compassion is only real when we recognise our shared humanity. We can make change for the better by coming together as a collective heart, and nurture the best interests of the earth and humanity to alleviate world suffering.

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