Maha Chohan – the Great Lord
There will be many who will not understand the ‘coldness’ of detached compassion when compared to the human consciousness of sympathy but what good does it serve to lower our own vibrations just to ‘show’ others that we care. This is an illusion for it is only through strength of heart and character and belief in our self that we take our place in the New World that is changing before us.
At a time when we are so used to the convenience of everyday life, food in the cupboards, water from a tap, heat from the flick of a switch, nature shows us how easily all this can be taken away - in the blink of an eye. Following the complete devastation of many cities in a matter of minutes - within days, people are rebuilding their lives with the barest of essentials, assisting each other, caring for their neighbours in a way that would have been unthinkable a few days before. This is when you realise what is truly important in life – compassion personified.
But then again, how quickly we forget about Haiti with 222,000 people having lost their lives last year - what about the Indian Ocean Boxing Day Tsunami of 230,000, Indonesian earthquake of 240,000, the Bangladesh cyclone of 138,000 lives or even the ‘minor’ heat wave in Russia
last year of 56,000. And this is just the last few brief years. How quickly will Japan become another statistic in the history books unless something happens that has not happened before - the evacuation of the entire province of Japan due to radiation poisoning perhaps? What message does this tell us about the use of nuclear power?
We live in a world that is rapidly changing and we must accept the changes as part of our evolution but we must not forget the brave souls that have become a permanent part of those changes - we do not know their names but we know who they are - they are us and we love them for their unconditional sacrifice.