An Intention for Today

The work continues, especially now, with more passion and conscious intention.

Let’s promise to support each other every day in gaining consciousness in our efforts to live authentically and from a place of truth.

Let’s remove any value we have been conditioned to assign to what is not real or authentic and move it inward. Our society has currently assigned its greatest value to money and materialism.

We are observing before our eyes an example of how dangerous it is to assign value to to this illusory idol.

If we assign value to meaning and the desire for a healthy relationships with ourselves and others, we are more in alignment with Universal Law and less with a man-made system of worth.

It is very difficult to see, especially when one is caught up in it and has created a lifestyle and thinking process (ego) that depends on it.

In the final analysis, money and material things do not matter.

Go deeper within and detach from this identification.

Work towards gaining meaning and creating healthy relationships with yourself and others.

The irony is if you live this way, life itself will support you.

I find many people wear a mask defined by this misdirected value system that camouflages their disconnection from self and therefore, meaning. It perpetuates illusion and the trance that society is caught up in.

It’s time to be honest with ourselves.

I assure you, this is the greatest cure for the anxiety and depression people live from in our society.

Most of this is caused by the tension between what is authentic and inauthentic.

Think about this today.

We must be the change we want to see in the world.

The first step to achieving this is by setting our intention for our inner work of alignment with what is REAL




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Rose Kumar M.D.

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medical entrepreneur dedicated to preserving the sanctity of Medicine, transforming healthcare and writing about it

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