“I’d also love to know who you are, where you came from and how did you know all those stuffs. It’s amazing revealing. I’d love to learn from you.” M.
If we look for learning within ourselves, from the “still, small voice of God” within the heart and soul, we will learn from God. If we look for learning outside of ourselves, we might get lucky.
We come to know that we learn from what others put forth in books and discussions, but others are not the source of that which is truly worth learning. God speaks to us within ourselves, and others merely are putting into words that which God is trying to teach us from within our own heart and soul. The source is God, but sometimes we need help from other people in “getting it put into concepts and words that we understand”.
In these moments, we recognize the words of God within us, even though He used an “outside of us” translator in that moment. This also means that God will teach us with the help of many people. The Bible says that wisdom comes from having many teachers.
I am a traveler on the path, one who asks questions and listens for answers. In the words of the Beatles, “I am he, as you are he, as you are me, and we are altogether.”
I strive to practice what I learn and make it real. I work on myself and share what adds to my understanding. I strive to know myself and my relationship to God and others. I am a human being striving to evolve. I pray and meditate.
Isn’t it amazing what God can do with the “dust of the Earth?”
“Humanity IS evolution. Evolution IS humanity. You cannot have one without the other.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 1990-2014, Jodie Senkyrik)
I have been thinking a lot about this recently…who am I? Growing up you have so many influences telling you how you should be that it’s very easy to lose touch with your true self. And I like how you added that as you learn about yourself you also learn about God and others. I have a feeling our true selves are quite beautiful & worth knowing. :)