The Respect

Respect is something that you either have or you don’t. You either grew up with it or you missed the point somewhere.  What gives me great pleasure is holding the door for somebody else – really, I promise you, I love it – or helping somebody with something that they didn’t expect. Somebody said to me yesterday, the English are very kind on the road – they thank each other; they flash, thank you; well some of the time; not so much in London – and there is a kindness, isn’t there, about people. It’s hidden most of the time. It only comes out when suddenly something goes wrong and then suddenly somebody comes to help you. We should be the person coming to help.

I only want the best for everybody.  How do we have a world where everybody is suffering; what’s the point in it, really; it’s horrendous, isn’t it. But it doesn’t have to be that way and we are the ones here tonight and here all over the world, whose job it is to change that. Everything you do, every action you take is showing the Deities, and the rest of the world how we should be together, how we should live, what we should do for one another. ... Sometimes it’s hard for me because I have to tell you the Truth whether you like it or not. I have to show you your ego sometimes, but let’s leave it behind, let’s not bring it any more. Let’s leave it away, take it away. Feel your heart now. Your heart is Divine; is Divinity. Isn’t it amazing. We think that Divinity is here or there or somewhere else but it’s not, it’s here, it’s here, it’s here, everywhere; and ego is going no it’s not, it’s down there somewhere. We keep it hidden. So the best thing to do is not to think and only to feel...

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