We Are All In This Together

We are all in this together….

This continues to come up for me again and again. It’s no surprise that this is a commonly stated and felt notion in our world, as it honours the tribal part of our nature.

Society and language have concepts that may just reflect the disconnection from this nature, ourselves,  community, the earth, and from all that is alive on this planet. “Loneliness”. Sense of “belonging”. The worry that we don’t “fit” anywhere. These can be seen as examples of a deep, innate calling and yearning for the expression of this aspect of our nature that exists in all of us.

But this nature within us gets suppressed or dulled when we think we have to try to do everything ourselves, or build our own empire, be a “lone wolf” or rise above others… all of which seems to be a product of influence by a society that values individualism. That is not our nature.

We are tribal beings…. here to connect, collaborate, co-create and contribute. We are stronger together. We can lift each other up and rise together. We can shine together. We can support each other. It is in our nature to want to help others. We are a family of sisters and brothers. It takes a village.

Mass healing of the world can come from opening our hearts and really seeing and feeling each other in this light. How beautiful is it to know that we are forever surrounded by our fellow sisters and brothers, wherever we are. Yes some may be more closely connected, known, and an integral part of our lives than others and we have friends and best friends, but think about how even more amazing it could be if we all realised and embodied this.

We truly are in this together. We never have to walk alone. One tribe. One family. One source of consciousness. One breath. One heart. One love.

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