Traveling the world over and over, Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa expresses the common denominator of her experience.
Sat Nam Divine Ones,
Through the Grace of God, we have traveled and taught for the past ten days on the East Coast of the United States. Returning home last night to peaceful Taos, New Mexico, I have come to know the importance in the world of the elements: earth, air, fire, water, and ether. These elements feel so imbalanced these days, especially in cities.
Everyday, alive and with breath, I am realizing more and more the only thing that will keep this world intact is Love. This may sound corny – however how many of us have forgotten this aspect? Love is the most important element!
I have been witness to so much love in all of the gatherings where we were teaching. Walking down the streets in New York City, in a quiet retreat at Omega in upstate New York, at Sat Nam Fest East in the Berkshires in Massachusetts, and everywhere in between via planes, trains, and automobiles the common demoninator is Love.
While sitting in community with thousands of people or with a handful of people, we gather around the dining tables. We eat a meal together. We catch up, we talk about babies, families, life and death and again I experienced the common denominator bringing us together is Love.
I believe Love is the only commonality to heal and replenish everyone’s lives.
I urge all of us, including myself, to meditate on just one word: Love. Love is not a catchy new word, a brand name, a bandwidth, an event, a new Netlix series, a new product that promises health and longevity for all, nor a pharmaceutical medicine.
Love stands alone above all there is.
I ask you as we go forward in this complicated world to meditate on this word: Love. That’s all. Through the meditation may our actions and our lives will be infused with Love.
God Bless you all!
See Golden Bridge post.