Nobody ever really expects a mystery to be simply laid out. If your life were not an ongoing series of difficult conundrums, then how would you know your skill set?
Many get stuck on the mundane and never access the deepest parts of self-actualized self-love. The thing is that, when you shoot for helping people or things, you should always speak to the heart. Speaking to the ego is kind of a cruel joke. Using logic all the time, never really shows people you are even human. Emotional language is important in terms of winning people’s trust and faith in your ideals.
Make Allies of All
When I speak to people I know, they understand that I love and respect them, just because of my tone of voice. Even people I don’t know usually can feel a sense of my emotional connection when I am balanced and on my spiritual A-game.
This is the essence of life. Making allies out of as many people as you can, good and bad, rich and poor. Everyone can help you in the end. Anyone can see through a person with a selfish motive, just look at politics. It doesn’t matter who you are if you don’t have the support, love, and trust of those around you, you probably won’t go far.
Speak From The Heart
Even presidents need the support of the people, or their masters would kick them to the curb. Whatever the case, make sure your speech is motivated not by self-interest, but by a genuine sense of how you can help others. If you don’t understand how to genuinely do this, attend a funeral. Nobody says much that is without meaning at a funeral.
Words there are generally precious, because that person may not be spoken of in mass again. So as such, people generally choose their words carefully and exercise great care in speech. The superficiality of life has gone away and only the need for love and the human connection remains. Speak as though this is what you need to say to others every day. If others need to know, then tell them, but if it’s just banter of the mind then silence is usually best!