Unconditional compassion

To work for others, to share and participate in life freely with them, you must see directly that you and they are the same.

Your bodies are the same space, if you probe deeply enough.

Your energies are all drawn from the same time.

Your experiences and aspirations are all ways of using the same knowledge, and remain unified within that knowledge.

We have never moved apart from one another, never become different or separate beings.

Until we see this directly, how can we feel real compassion for our fellow human beings? 

. . . An unconditional compassion must come from deep knowledge.

Then we can all explore the vastness and beauty of space and time together.  

Dimensions of Thought Volume 1

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