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Jan 202015

That person on the bus that irritates you for no apparent reason. What can you learn from him?

The little girl that has boundless amounts of energy and never stops asking questions. What can you learn from her?

The grumpy guy at work who always seems to be sitting under a cloud. What can you learn from him?

The elderly couple at the end of your road who always link arms and walk arm-in-arm together. What can you learn from them?

Screaming, shouting and hurling insults at your other half. What can you learn from that?

Sitting in quiet contemplation, being alone and only listening to your inner voice. What can you learn from that?

What can you learn from yourself? What can others learn from you? What do you want others to learn from you?

We are all one. We are impatient, we are accountable, we are faithful, we are loving, we are volatile, we are boundless, we are empathy. We are one. We share and reflect the character traits of everyone we meet.

He is your brother. She is your sister.

We are vessels for emotion- energy in motion.

please take responsiblity

Taken from Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor

Be patient with others today. How would you like to be treated? Think of this going forward in the way you treat others.

We are one.


Taken from here

Love and unity,


  4 Responses to “We are One”

  1. What a beautiful reminder! I think there is always something we can learn from accepting and being patient with others. Everyone has their own problems, baggage and insecurities but we need to listen to what their attitude or behaviour is telling us. I love that you mentioned listening to yourself in silence too – so important!

    • Thank you so much Kimberley- what lovely comments! It’s so easy to be impatient with others or have them fit into the way you see the world, but as you say, everyone has their own insecurities and things that they are going through. Kindness and patience are key.

      Thank you Kimberley- we love your blog!

  2. I love the sign! It is so easy to get pissed off at people, but it’s also easy to start out kind and usually this turns the other person around too. Thanks for the reminder to do this.

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