…you get the idea.
In my recent preparation of a cup of Ginger, I tore open the package, stewed the teabag in hot water, and read the inspirational message on the tiny paper tab.
“Our intuition comes from innocence.”
Of course, this is true.
This is what Jesus meant, when he said that we should be as innocent as children.
This is what Buddha meant, when he said we should strive for beginner’s mind.
This is what all the great teachers mean, when they tell us to be free.
Innocence does not mean naïve.
Some of the most worldly people remain innocent.
To be innocent is to be free and clear from all the negative self talk and anger and fear and pain that so often trap us.
To be innocent is to show up open to the world, with our hearts full of hope. And in this openness, in our willingness to be led by a Universe of dazzling love, we intuit all we need to know.
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