Dear Humans

One of my east coast friends sent this the other day I just had to post it here.  I thought it said more then enough to continue to take the necessary steps to becoming fully human.
‘Dear Humans,
You’ve got it all wrong.  You didn’t come here to master unconditional Love.  That is where you came from and that is where you will return.   You came here to learn personal Love.  Universal Love, messy Love, sweaty Love, crazy Love, broken Love, whole Love.  Infused with Divinity. Lived through the grace of stumbling.  Demonstrated through the beauty of….  messing up often.  You didn’t come here to be perfect.  You already are. You came here to be gorgeously human.  Flawed and Fabulous.  And then to rise again into remembering.  But unconditional Love?  Stop telling that story.  Love in truth doesn’t need any adjectives.  It needs no modifiers.  It doesn’t require the condition of perfection.  It only asks that you show up.  And do your best.  That you stay present and feel fully.   That you shine and fly and laugh and cry and hurt and heal and fall and get back up and play and work and live and die as YOU.  It is enough.  It is plenty.’  Courtney Walsh
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9 comments on “Dear Humans

  1. Amazingly hits the nail on the head! It’s like someone went into my brain and put what I’ve been feeling into words……

  2. Reblogged this on healththroughsimpleliving and commented:
    Things I’ve always thought of but couldn’t put in to words…said perfectly! Thanks for posting.

  3. Thank you so much for reading, reposting and taking in how important it is to rejoice in when something just fits!

  4. Cathy says:

    Big deep breath, beautiful.

  5. Gerry Sanders says:

    I really, really like this. Reminds me in a different, perhaps more specific, words of one of my favorite buddhist quotes, from the sage Long Chen Pa:
    “……since everything is but an apparition
    perfect in being what it is
    having nothing to do with good or bad
    acceptance or rejection
    one may well burst out in laughter….”

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