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Title: Koko's Spiritual Wisdom is Pure Awareness
Post by: michaelintp on August 01, 2018, 08:54:31 am
Koko the gorilla shared her knowledge of God and the meaning of life with an Enlightened Awareness. Like the greatest mystics, she described her essence as God. She responded that the Feminine is the Source of Creation. She explained that the purpose of life is to tap into our goodness and be kind. We can all learn so much from her unsurpassed wisdom. ✨❤

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Title: Re: Koko's Spiritual Wisdom is Pure Awareness
Post by: Battle on August 01, 2018, 02:10:32 pm
Tuesday, July 21st, 2018



A college textbook says holocaust victims failed to realize their strength
by Jessica Campisi and Saeed Ahmed

(https://i.imgur.com/Ozm6YzY.jpg)

Higher or Lower Learning?


(CNN) An online textbook, which blames Holocaust victims for failing to tap into their strength, is required reading for nearly 19,000 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill students.

One excerpt from the book says Holocaust victims who died failed to find their inner strength.

"The people in the camps who did not tap into the strength that comes from their intrinsic worth succumbed to the brutality to which they were subjected," the book reads.

The text was contracted for use for two years, but it is currently under review for the fall, a school spokesman said.



 




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https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/31/health/unc-textbook-holocaust-cancer-trnd/index.html (https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/31/health/unc-textbook-holocaust-cancer-trnd/index.html)
Title: Re: Koko's Spiritual Wisdom is Pure Awareness
Post by: michaelintp on August 01, 2018, 09:21:18 pm
In this reality self-defense is a form of Awareness, Battle. Yes. As defense of others is a form of Awareness. But there is of course so much more. ❤

I can't fathom all the Energies created. 💫

Koko manifests the Unity. ✨
Title: Re: Koko's Spiritual Wisdom is Pure Awareness
Post by: michaelintp on August 01, 2018, 09:21:45 pm
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Title: Re: Koko's Spiritual Wisdom is Pure Awareness
Post by: michaelintp on August 03, 2018, 01:56:03 pm
Battle ... and this is something you already know ... an activist response to oppression or mistreatment is (sadly) all-too-frequently necessary.

That is why the "Black Lives Matter" movement is so significant, for example. In rallies I've attended banners are unfurled with names of people victimized (Black, Latino, etc.) by police displayed and family members speak. While one can nitpick individual incidents, the pattern is overwhelming. I bring this up as you bring up the situation in Germany in the 1930s and '40s. It is hard, as any Jews attempting a "Jewish Lives Matter" movement would have been rounded up and "sent East" (as they eventually were anyway). Perhaps more militant defense should have been started sooner, but who was to know.

No matter what, however, I find reconnecting to Koko's wisdom to be spiritually uplifting. As Koko said, we need to tap into our inner goodness and be kind to one another. This is, ultimately, the "Purpose of Life" in this Reality. Maintained as an anchor, in all circumstances, including those in which self-defense is necessary. 🙏❤
Title: Re: Koko's Spiritual Wisdom is Pure Awareness
Post by: Reginald Hudlin on August 12, 2018, 08:37:12 pm
I love you connect the most articulate animal to global spirituality.
Title: Re: Koko's Spiritual Wisdom is Pure Awareness
Post by: michaelintp on August 12, 2018, 10:45:15 pm

Thank you.

Yes, no boundaries, all ONE. Koko vaporizes all preconceptions surrounding "species." So beautiful.

Beyond her words, even her picture contains a spiritual lesson. About balancing the shedding of desires and attachments with the recognition of inborn need.

Koko cradling her kitten.
Of course we have needs.
We are primates.
To acknowledge our needs is to acknowledge our inborn nature.
This is not egotism or neediness.
It is honesty.