By Dan Thomas – Author of Inner Tech

A dictionary might define humanity as a state of being compassionate towards others, or it might simply state it as of being human . . . all of mankind. A revolution might be stated as a great change, or the completion of a circular orbit. Such words put together might seem daunting, as if they were something so large that you could never truly be a part of it, but don’t let apathy dissuade you. It all starts with a simple feeling that things could be better. A Revolution of Humanity can be within you . . . your outlook, your heart, your soul, and it isn’t some overwhelming task that we are all too busy to do. Why do people bicker? Why do people fear? Why do all the traumas and the dramas, of the big and the small, wear a claim to the control of our daily lives? Our reactions, our relationships, our outlooks and attitudes follow the dictates of a subtle program concocted by the repetitious images of conflict and pettiness and pain trapped deep within our psyches. Well, in my passionate sincerity, I believe it doesn’t have to be so . . . there is better way!

There are plenty of big problems out there, but in the essence that hides behind the costumes of currency or corruption or social culture, there is an element that is always there. It is a crumbled foundation of fear-based reality that imposes itself by stealthily moving into the center of our lives and experiences. The media blares so many distractions, and tries to sculpt for us a model of who it says we should be. Change must be desired and given effort, for in the environment that is sold us, to not pursue change would be the catch of a current that washes us downstream to a life that forever feels lacking and insecure. You must find within yourself a determination to resist that current, and guide yourself to better waters. Tap your potential and learn the strength of your individuality, for where one goes still will another, and when the mass mirrors, the river can be diverted to a far better world and a new foundation of humanity, not fear.

Let life become as positive as we are able to make it. Forget the false divisions that label us as something other than what we all . . . all of us as sentient beings . . . truly is. We are human, and to be human is to be compassionate while upholding with strength those inalienable rights that no authority can remove, only infringe. We have the right, and more so the duty, to live by the golden rule of treating others as you would want them to treat you. It is an ideal to be defended, preserved, and practiced within our own homes, on our streets, and with all of our acquaintances.

Make humanity a common respect, a thoughtful reason to all of the world, and a tender and mature love to the family of our species. Let unity be for peace not divisions, for that is a strength and an action that can fundamentally change worlds.

Who are we going to be? It can start when you ask that very question. Are we to be slaves to our hurt and hardships or will we have our freedom? Are we to be fools or will we seek wisdom? There must be a direction and we all must make our choices about it. No one else should be handed the responsibility to decide that for you. We need to learn to be sovereigns of our own souls and servants for the goodness of humanity; empowered by our understanding and proud of our progress. Our mistakes can be admitted, to then be cleansed and transformed into qualities by learning from them. Our cleansing can then enter us to a new and better epoch where the stream flows in a spiritual progression.

Who do you want to be? I wish, I urge, I ask you to answer it thoughtfully. Make an ideal not of an actor but instead of an idea . . . an idea that pain and fear can be healed. These wounds to the spirit can be willed away, and leave in their passing a true human of humanity. As an individual and as a part of the whole, make your spiritual evolution a spiritual revolution; a great change in the very fabric of your being. Together we stand and divided we fall . . . so bring yourself together, and let us bring each other together. We can make a stand as sovereigns of our souls in the light of humanity, and thus earn our peace in a better and more compassionate world.

awareness, self awareness, souls, spiritual awareness, self empowerment, spiritualityDan Thomas is the author of Inner-Tech, a metaphysical science fiction novel that takes the reader on an incredible adventure through space and time in a quest of questions and answers upon awakening to a desperate message given by a mysteriously ancient and alien library.

Packed with action, symbolism, and an inspiring determination, the reader is engaged in a fascinating look at society, morality, and the mechanics of the cosmos.

Download a free sample of this new and engaging novel here.

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