Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Wholeness and Completeness

My first deep breath of inspiration is for myself, that I am whole within and without.

My second deep breath of inspiration is for everyone that I know, that they are whole, within and without.

My third deep breath of inspiration is for everyone I don’t even know, all over the planet,  that they are whole, within and without.


Everything we know from within ourselves comes from the wholeness that is there.

This wholeness, our awareness of it, determines what appears without.

We all recognize wholeness.

We feel complete when we are aware of wholeness.

Wholeness of character, appreciation of amazing world we live in.

The completeness within guides us, compels us to seek it everywhere.

We want completeness.

But, it is impossible to want what we already have.

So we want to see it more completely.

We want to see it for everyone, in all their paths.

We want it to become the way we approach our life.

We want to join with others who approach their lives unselfishly, generously.

That way we can see wholeness for more and more people.

We can experience it with everyone, everywhere.

© 2012 Kathryn Hardage

Tuesday, June 12, 2012


I give priority to my ideas.

Everyone I know gives priority to their ideas.

Everyone I don’t even know all over the planet gives priority to their ideas.


Instead of creating chaos and competition, giving priority to one’s own ideas creates lots of room.

Because we have individualized identities, each of our ideas is no longer in competition with any one else’s.

Instead, we all complement one another.

Our ideas all fit together in a productive and meaningful way.

When we all try to follow one direction, that creates competition.

But when we each follow the ideas that come to us, that creates cooperation and community.

We value ourselves and then we value everyone else.

There is room for each, so there is room for all.

© 2012 Kathryn Hardage