The Only ‘Wall’ That Matters.
There’s a reverence for life that seems to have been lost. At least, that’s what the news would portray – world leaders effecting hate over Twitter as millions of acres burn away. Our priorities shift as the ego grows.
By all accounts, humanity’s ‘mirror’ has been shattered. Though, in actuality, it’s the actions we take – our role in moving forward – which serves to define the greater measure of man.
In Buddhism, we speak of apertures – the lens by which we view this world. Our reverence for life refines that focus, broadening to include all aspects of life.
We can be angry, we can be sad – but we mustn’t ever lose faith in the value of our place; as the bearer of strength in our time of need.
In the end, the only ‘wall’ truly of concern is the one which confines our heart.