There Are No Small Parts

In the Human journey to compassion!

Yes! Compassion is a journey! And when we get to our destination we will be fully grown and completely Real.

“What?” You ask. “You mean I am not already real?”

The real truth is we will be as real as the stars above when we come to realize we have been sent to Earth to be challenged by all those things that attempt to steal the starlight that composes the God-Song we were created from. When Humanity recognizes its true Divinity We will enter the fullness of our Light knowing that God lives where we live. We don’t need to die to get to Heaven – we need to live Love to know it.

How do I know this? Because it is communicated to me daily. Why me? The truth is every Human person has the truth of their being and the music of Spirit dancing in their souls. But it requires listening. Listening for the ring of the telephone that has been installed in our hearts.

To hear that siren-call we must tune into our hearts and tune out the static-negativity that is rampant in our global society – a society composed of many cultures, ethnic groups, religions, governments, political philosophies and varying levels of  haves and have-nots. And let us not forget the Silent Majority! Those who bring the tools that will reveal a New World – a safe World where Love answers every question.

The noise of meanness, selfishness, prejudice, anger and amusement at other peoples pain drowns-out the God-Song that is our true nature – and the music of compassion and the passion for real Love.

There is a powerful debate going on relative to the right to express one’s opinions and ideas via Free-speech. Not too long ago, the issue of Free-speech and the freedom to express opinions through the press (particularly satirical cartoons) came to public attention when in response to a satirical cartoon published by a Paris, France magazine, one  denigrating Mohamed, was violently responded to by Muslim radicals.

With the privilege of Free-speech also comes responsibility. There is a vast difference between being funny and making fun of someone else. To criticize something that is treasured by another – to make a joke out of something that is sacred to others never brings happiness – there is always a price to pay. “What we put ‘out there’ always returns to sender.” Radicals do not comprise the whole of Humanity. They are a minority. When we harm another we injure ourselves. Again, what we put into motion always returns to sender.

In this day and age, the world scene paints a tragic picture! The brutality against helpless victims (ones who do not invite retaliation or punishment) is worldwide. It certainly grieves the heart and can make one feel helpless. But there is hope!

Compassion is a journey – the vehicle one travels in is kindness. Along the way our smiling friendliness, our caring contribution to the community and our willingness to serve the Greater Good brings the Peace we seek.

The most powerful prayer for peace is centered in personal kindness. Self-respect comes and lives in us when we express respect for others. Do we want war and suffering to end? It won’t end by retaliation – by sending troupes to beat down an enemy. War will end when we use our ingenuity to make others happy, thus creating an atmosphere that can change the attitudes of radicals, thus creating an atmosphere that brings choices previously unavailable.

The entire Universe is governed by the Law of attraction. When we live Love, the God of our Fathers and the God of our Future responds by bestowing confidence in and the recognition of the beauty that surrounds us, thus allowing grace and glory to live in us!

All that is required to attain peace and plenty for all is to recognize the God within and the God in others. Yes, Compassion is a journey – just step on the path and let the Human Race ‘Move On Up To The East Side’.

Kaih Khristé King

The King’s Bridge website


About Kaih Khristé King

Kaih Khristé King ... an unusual woman ... an unusual life. To those who know her, and those who have experienced her presentations, Kaih is considered a rare bird amid a forest of remarkable experiences - but she thinks of herself as an ordinary person who has had extraordinary experiences.
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