One of the most insightfully spiritual questions that I’ve ever been asked was:

“Why do you keep knocking yourself out of balance                                                  
just to show yourself how well                                 you can keep your balance?”

The question is spiritual, as all spiritual questions are, because…contained/hidden/tucked neatly inside the question is its answer…which will be the last line of this posting…STOP!!

no jumping ahead!! (tsk, tsk…only kidding…look if you want)

I will never know for certain if the asker of the question was aware                         
or confused…asking a profound question from a less insightful level of the asking than was available…

The answer I gave then is the same as I will give now, and would be the same answer on either level…spiritual questions always find their spiritual answers and they are expressed with the same words that address the realms evenly and equally. 

The answer is ours-mine and yours. Here were the words I used for then and now:

                                                                 “It’s fun.”

I suggest, in the most intense and sincere terms possible, that you consider this:

                                            We Like To.   We Love To.    Be human.

We love to show and watch each other as we find, keep, help, and practice balancing on the energy waves of the human experience…sort of surfing multi-dimensionally…side by side, separately, watching…appreciating, respecting, enjoying, assisting…equally, freely…not comparing or racing or criticizing…all and at the same time…following the promptings and urgings of love.

In—with—and through—love                                               …it’s fun…

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