There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.
– Ernest Hemingway
Hey Guys. I’ll get right into it –
The biggest criticism and rebuttal to Valhalla’s Mission has always been along the lines of
“yea, but no cuz’ we as humans are greedy/selfish and will always want incentive or entitlement for working”
and I’ve always thought wrong about that (and still do). Firstly because it feels awesome to help your fellow stranger. Secondly because you can achieve and progress way better as a harmonic community. Thirdly because it is absolutely necessary to do the opposite for our survival on this planet :p
But lately, as Valhalla moves quickly forward I am seeing what seems to be a counterpart of our critics concerns. – That through self-sacrifice, the people around me have potentially received power which they once knew nothing about…
And I worry
because -as we know- with power comes great responsibility. & I’m not referring to the responsibilities of tangible things but of continuing forever to be one of many shining examples of how we can live & work together as one species for one planet through one love!
Valhalla, will always run the same way we got here – through love and compassion and furthermore through trust and humility! Any other way would be a sad path to obsolescence… and I will not stay around to even watch the temporary benefits of playing our mission out any other way.
I get it now, Gandhi, you were ready to leave this place dying of hunger instead of staying to watch a non-united India surely loose it’s essence
It is very difficult for me to admit that I have been slipping myself! But I am here, sitting in lotus with the intent necessary to align myself as well as project every human with the strength they need to be humble beings.
Love measures our stature: the more we love, the bigger we are. There is no smaller package in all the world than that of a man all wrapped up in himself.
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Nicely done, but don’t follow Gandhi’s example too closely.
He made some blunders with India.