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I acknowledge that I am human
and I am humbled today by the gift of my humanness.
I easily and readily apologize for my mis-ses.
I accept responsibility without hesitation.
I forgive myself.
I am an example of humility, courage and authenticity.
Being human really is a gift but it’s not one that comes easily, especially for those of us struggling to rise above our ego-rooted reactions and live a more heart-centered experience. Sometimes that humanness just gets the best of us and we react. We say something we don’t really mean or take frustration out on a person or situation totally unrelated to our inner struggle. We blow up, we lash out, we hide behind arrogance, we crumble in the certainty that no one understands us (and certainly no one loves us), we feel alone and isolated, we may even engage in a full-blown pity party. And it’s OK, and it’s normal, and it’s part of the balance we all struggle to find. It may even be entirely emotionally healthy. But on the other side of that humanness we need to find humility.
Cultivating the ability to recognize and own our mis-ses – mistakes, misdirection, misuse of language, misguided attempts, etc. – make amends for them, and then forgive ourselves for them, takes our humanness to a new level.
The absence of our humanity is not the goal of evolution; it is when our humanity exits in equal partnership with our humility that we are on our way.
A terrific movie that explores what it means to BE HUMAN and evolve