Late Night Dreams Salvador Dali 1923
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to believe that it is “too late” and that the world is “too far gone.” I realize I can only have this idea because I have privilege and comfort and that if I were living as billions of less fortunate people live today, I would never say it is “it is too late” because I would want to live!
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to alternately believe that there is still time to stop the abuse of Life and that there is not enough time and how existing in ambiguity creates inaction, stagnation and passivity.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to believe that competition is a natural mode of human expression, thus allowing the continuation of a world of competing self-interests, and that it’s “too late” to change human nature.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to exist in a fictional reality that if I am OK, the world is OK.
I commit to show that it is not too late to stop indulging in imaginary thoughts of consciousness that are accepted as normal while real people and real life is abused, neglected and forgotten.
I commit to show that FREE CHOICE is an imaginary excuse that is used to remain in self-interest and that it can be proven that FREE CHOICE does not exist within the fact that the majority of people on this earth do not have a choice and they do not have the luxury to say, “it is too late.”
I commit to show that it is never too late to stand for life.
I commit to show that negativity and positivity are two sides of consciousness and how both are embedded in limitation: positivity within seeking transcendence and negativity within giving up and avoiding self-change; to stand in each moment and ask, “who am I, what am I doing and how can I support Life?”