World Healing leads to World Peace

My recent submission to People are Talking a part of the World Healing, World Peace – 2014 Anthology.

This vision of world healing and peace, if such a hope is going to come to fruition, it will take much struggle through effort within the human thinking process. Humanity collectively within the process of reflective consciousness will firstly have to change the way we perceive ourselves. We the people of the planet earth will have to accept that our kind, our species is nothing more than simply human. We must accept ourselves, not necessarily forgive and forget the lessons taught during the human experience; however, humanity should no longer bear the weight of quilt or feel remorse for living our lives the best we can regardless of the mistakes we’ve made as individuals or as a whole. We must come to understand that no one gave us an all-encompassing guidebook on how to live and survive, how to bring about a healthy, joyful, prosperous and peaceful world. We must realize it is a waste of time and energy to cast blame or point a finger in an attempt to somehow rectify past transgressions against each other and other living creatures. If such a vision of world healing and then peace is to transpire, We the people will have to become perceptually more positive towards our kind. We’ll have to become more pro-human minded. If we want the intolerant to become more tolerant, we must lead the way by patiently demonstrating the behavior of tolerance towards them as they undergo the process of transformation.

If this transformation is going to happen we must take the lead by proactively exhibiting a pro-human mindset, not only through words, but through actions as well. Only then will our united vision for world healing to bring about peace make substantial headway along its transitional journey. To make progressive headway, We the people need to see the wisdom and then initiate the forming of a cooperative partnership with our servant(s) the government(s). Such a partnership will provide the necessary foundation and means to come up with flexible and transitional concepts that lead to valuable practices, implemented with the assistance of innovative technologies for the purpose of improving the overall wellbeing of humanity. In the first eBook of the online series Nature ~ IQ: Let’s Survive, Not Die! (soon to be published in print by Inner Child Press), I suggested for these concepts and practices to be of benefit to humanity, they need to be centered ideologically around 5 freely accessible and affordable services: energy, information/education, transportation, health care and housing. Freely accessible and affordable services such as these will uplift the spirit of humanity making us all overtime more positive and productive contributors and less of a burden on society. Not only blessing us with the ability to help ourselves, but giving us the time and resources to help others. In turn as we help others, they will help others help themselves, on and on through a reciprocal process of healing. Where this process of healing keeps building in momentum and transitioning until the transformation of We the people becomes healthy, joyful and prosperous. Ultimately creating an environment of wellbeing that’s void of the trials and tribulations which held the world captive to anger, hatred, strive, illness and pain. At such a time, the wind then will howl no more due to the storm; ‘cause the wind will be saturated with the sweet music of peace.

~Keith Alan Hamilton~  is an independent online publisher, editor, poet/writer & Smartphone photographer. Keith has 3 Blogs: Keith Alan,,,,  and The Hamilton Gallery ~, Keith’s first eBook in the series Nature ~ IQ: Let’s Survive, Not Die! is available online to read free of charge. It will be published in print by Inner Child Press soon.

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