I, me, doesn't really exist. There's really
only the we, us, altogether forming the ONE. Yet, we see ourselves
as separate and uniquely individual.
If you went to a play and watched as an actor
portrayed an evil, sadistic character, and you felt fear and
rage for this character, would you then hate the actor? Of course,
not. You may well admire her for her brilliant performance. Your
life is a play. An unfolding drama.
A game. A joke. An illusion. You are a player in the drama of
your life. Playing your part impeccably, I might add. But how
often do we get caught up in our roles and forget that none of
it is real? Shakespeare said, "Life is a stage and all of
us are mere players upon it". It is our Soul
which watches the play. It is our ego - personality that is the
part we play. Soul,
as Watcher, never judges our actions, our lines, our feelings.
It only watches. It invites us to watch, as well. If we step
back and become an observer of our own life drama,
we might move into greater enjoyment of the play we have created.
We would be able to be more objective and not identify so overwhelmingly
with the "character" we are playing. We wouldn't take
our lives so personally. We would be on the pathless/path to