Challenge Day 7: A Revolution in Principles

So today’s challenge is to write about, “what revolution will you lead?” When I read this, I immediately thought to myself, “I’m not one to see myself leading any type of revolution”. But, then it hit me. My whole premise behind my writing is to help bring out and identify my experience with Spiritual Principles.

We are bombarded with news of conflict throughout the world. Continuously hearing of this person’s or social group’s wrong doings. As a result, there are a number of possible solutions being thrown about. Some quite simple, others quite absurd. We are constantly pointing the finger at each other or having the finger pointed at us, over morality, characters, beliefs, or simply qualities shown. The fundamental problem with this is that these aspects of society is, whether we choose to accept it, fallible and left up to the individual or society to decide.

In other words, we judge others based on our own definitions of what is moral, our own beliefs or understandings. We look to find qualities in others that we consider important, usually based on what we were taught growing up in our own personal circles of influence. As a result, we tend to see more of those that conflict with our own perspective. Even if we have become attuned to surround ourselves with like-minded people, we still see the majority of conflicts in the media.

What I am hoping for in my journey is not to try to convince anyone of their own moral inadequacies. I am not qualified to judge your morals, your character or your beliefs. I do hope to inspire a revolution in ones focus to a life driven by Unconditional adoption of Spiritual, or Universal, Principles. Morals can be debated, beliefs can be argued, characters can conflict. But, there are certain Principles that when applied unconditionally, they are rarely in conflict. Principles such as; Hope, Surrender, Acceptance, Honesty, Open-mindedness, Willingness, Faith, Tolerance, Patience, Humility, Unconditional-Love, and Service.

“Aspire to inspire, before we expire!”

Please tell us your thoughts and/or experiences?