The question of what makes the difference between those who have the drive and capacity to overcome circumstances less than favourable than those who are not able to connect to strength and power that breaks vicious non-serving cycles?
To embrace the idea that someone is more capable than another suggests a potential drive or spirit of determination, something unbreakable or at the very least the ability to bounce back from moments or experiences of broken will, drive and tenacity.
While this observation seems apparent, the divide seems palpable within the current human experience, the acknowledgement or acceptance of this feels uncomfortable. It has been said I possess the tenacious nature of an individual who possesses unbreakable spirit. While I do understand and perhaps even relate to this within my own experience, the feeling of being uncomfortable with the notion of this perceived reality still remains.
The reason for this is due to the fact that I see no difference between who is in the mirror to those that struggle and appear unable to bounce back from the density of a broken spirit. I do not consider Lloyd Roger Spencer to be special, certainly no more or less than any other human being.
This raises many questions because the unease and resistance felt could merely be a subtle expression of judgment on my part. Is it my own perception of what needs to be done or what serves the individual experience which causes a block? This block could be manifested by a resistance to accepting all paths, choices and current experiences being equally part of the journey of mankind.
Perhaps the current structure of society simply creates a construct where the true qualities of individuality are not able to be explored, appreciated or expressed? Within this the nature of supposed unbreakable spirit could simply be a characteristic of individuality that becomes clearly visible due to the nature of current circumstances. The gift and ability of those who appear to be broken in spirit may not be given the opportunity to shine other monumental qualities and gifts because we do not credit or look for these potential traits. We have no time and therefore no interest because of the perceived non serving nature of the characteristics being expressed.
Another question always present is when will this process of individual separation via a perceived serving path of individual growth cease to be relevant? In other words when will we be able to accept and express individuality with a collective acceptance of serving processes to the human experience? Such a process would enable the exploration of feeling and human potential with a common goal to love, accept and grow as an individual who is part of a collective no greater than any of its parts. Something of this nature is far from a utopian idea for it allows the diversity and freedom to explore what it is to be alive.
This questioning relates to a greater vision of reality and potential that cannot be fully explored here, the feeling of uncertainty and unease remains with the line of questioning. One main reason for this is the acknowledgment of how easy it is for us to forget the truth of the human experience. We are no different yet individual, an Individual expression of the same consciousness to grow and explore internal and external universes. With this no one human being is above, more conscious or enlightened than the one human being who appears to be asleep. The mirror is all around us but we easily forget and the fine line of individual elevation is crossed. I see this in my own experience, there are times when it could be all too easy to embody the thought process held by the elite and controllers of the world that they are better than the rest, more evolved and conscious and therefore able to make choices of global ramification.