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Collective Morality and Meditation


Collectively we set the tone and tenor of humanity. Each of us together form one world family as one world consciousness. How we each act reflects upon one another, as all we do is interwoven into the tapestry of the whole.

If each one maintains a high level of morality, an example is set for those we come into contact with. We become a bright and positive beacon by our enlightened example.

When we maintain a high standard of morality, we contribute to setting a positive atmosphere. We spend the better part of most days out in the world, giving us the perfect chance to make that positive change.

Morality is the outcome of living for what is best for the situation, moment after moment. Morality keeps us from asserting our self-centeredness to the extent that we think only about our pleasure, without regard to the consequence to others. Morality is purity in action. The highest morality is living with a positive attitude that translates into caring actions for others. It is keeping ourselves within the purity of saying and acting on the highest truth we are aware of in the moment.

There is the ultimate Truth that we as a soul strive toward, and there is the level of truth we are aware of right now. Morality is the present moment's truth striving toward the ultimate Truth, acting so that the way is not blocked from view. The collective morality is made from the moral fiber of each of us, woven into an exquisite pattern of humanity through maintaining our highest standards.

Meditation practice is our way to clear out negative thoughts, sink into the ultimate Truth, refine our minds so that we feel fine, and collectively our world is fine.

Article by Susan Helene Kramer

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