[We are All One, Masha’Allah] Long Live Palestine – Lowkey

“How can we be happy when there are others suffering needlessly. The only way that could be possible is if we blocked out the suffering of others. Then we would be blocking ourselves off from the truth, that we are all part of the whole, and the whole is a part of each and every one of us.” – mús



14 thoughts on “[We are All One, Masha’Allah] Long Live Palestine – Lowkey

  1. I do love the manner in which you have framed this particular challenge plus it does give me some fodder for thought. Nevertheless, coming from what precisely I have personally seen, I just simply trust when the reviews stack on that people today remain on issue and don’t get started on a tirade of the news du jour. Yet, thank you for this fantastic point and even though I can not necessarily go along with it in totality, I value your standpoint.

    1. Chi, thank you for your visit and comment. You sound like a free-thinking, intelligent type (we need more of these in the world!). One of the biggest give-aways of the atrocities happening in that area, for me, is the difference in land ownership since Israel was first formed, and today. Have a look at this http://on.fb.me/ruukql . I would be very interested and open to hear your own point of view. If you would like to discuss this further, you can reach me at the address located at the top left of this page. Much respect, mús

  2. There are no heroes in war, only death, suffering and dishonor to those who participate. Your film is wonderfully presented. When one subtracts the rhetoric, lies, and justification, one is left with a dead child in one’s arms. That is the truth about war….all wars. Thank you for helping people see that, in the end, we are all people wanting to live a peaceful, safe lifes. hugs, pat

    1. Thank you very much for your comment Pat! You’re right, there is nothing romantic or beautiful or good about wars, much less military occupations and genocides. I used to think a war was a battle between two nations, meaning that both sides would be equipped and able to defend themselves, but if I was to follow the mainstream doctrine, I would be led to believe that war can be anything they say it is. A lot of things changed during the Bush administration, including the definitions for “intelligence”, “reason” & “war”.

      It has been proven that fear inhibits evolution, which is why we need to promote peace, prosperity, love and respect for all.
      namaste, mús

  3. Trusting to make the right decisions can be tough. Many of us develop this ability over the course of our life. It doesn’t really just happen if you know what I mean.

    1. The best we can do is to make the best decisions in the space and time we are given to make them based on who and where we are in life at that moment. This is where educating oneself and training oneself to become more conscious and aware can have a great benefit to the practitioner. Thank you for your visit and comment Wilford. Hope to see you around here more often! – SM

    1. Thank you for your welcome visit and your encouraging comment.
      Hope to see you around here again. You can also subscribe to receive new posts by email.

      Much love – Mús

  4. This makes me somewhat upset. I’m not saying you are responsible, I think it is everyone else out there that isn’t taking notice.

    1. Thank you for your comment Genna. Yes, I agree that it can be quite upsetting to know that there are situations like this in the world and the vast majority of people just don’t want to know about it because it might put a downer on their own daily lives. The truth is, unless we are all free, none of us are truly free.

      Peace and Blessings – Mús

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