Mohammed, Krishna, Jesus and Buddha Meet up one Morning… What’s for Brexit?

Brexit has now become reality. The United Kingdom has chosen to leave the EU, although perhaps it would be wise to make it clear that England and Wales chose to leave the EU, whilst Scotland and Northern Ireland chose to remain. The fall-out from this decision is just beginning but the immediate sense around the community in which I live and work and even amongst some who voted to leave, is one of disbelief. People are devastated, not maybe for the reasons we think but because deep down we all have a genuine call to come together and unite. Love is calling us all to come together, however, are we living for the unification of man or for the division of humanity?

The call is for us to unite as one body of humanity, but surely first we must unite within ourselves. We must choose to connect with the energy of unity within ourselves and then allow this to be our expression in the world.

Do we have to have another world war to know what it is to unite with each other? In the UK there are still many films and series’ on TV that reflect with apparent fondness on World War II. This was an important historical event of course, but is that why we recall it so frequently? Or is it because it was a time when people united to fight a common enemy and got a glimpse of what it is like when we unite rather than separate? Do we really need a common foe to feel and connect with this unity with others, or could we just choose it because we love unity and it is our very nature?

Fans of Star Trek will know of ‘The Borg’ – the part biological, part cybernetic creatures who ‘assimilate’ races of beings in the most horrendous way, “adding their uniqueness to their collective.” How would it be if we did become aware of such a threat to humanity… and that the only hope of survival is to unite and work together – the power of our one unified presence being the only way to fight this common threat? Do we really need to be forced to unite in this way or can we simply choose it because we know it is true? Perhaps this threat already exists, but rather than coming from some alien invasion, it manifests from within man himself, who has rejected the unity he knows in his heart in favour of separation and individuality.

The philosopher Serge Benhayon presents that there is a link between this separation and the manifestation of illness and disease in our society. Is it possible that this ‘threat’ presents itself as cancer, heart disease, kidney disease, diabetes, depression, abusive relationships, psychosis etc.?

If Mohammed, Krishna, Jesus and Buddha got together for breakfast one morning, would they start a war, or would there be so much love that the question of difference was neither raised, nor considered? Perhaps they would simply celebrate the awareness of their unique expressions on the One Truth. If we agree that because their common message to humanity is one of Love, then perhaps we should equally ask ourselves how we have created division between Christian, Moslem, Buddhist and Hindu.

Am I just a naive human being or is it true that in the heart of every man there is a fundamental call for us to connect with each other and work together in a unified way? Not just to fight evil or another perceived foe but simply because it is our true nature that we love truth and we love harmony – true harmony that is aware of the commonality that is in us all and of the Love we are all of, and from.

There is a deep call from humanity at present and the reply is embodied in full and expressed openly by Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine. Theirs is a call to remember our ‘One Unified Truth’ – to return to the place in our hearts where we know we are connected with each other and that we can choose to live this truth. This is not some fanciful notion or wishful thinking but a reality many are experiencing in the world today. It is a reality many – if not all of us – long for. Let’s not create another world war before we choose this united way – let’s choose it now, just because we can and we know it as our Truth.

By Richard Mills, Training Manager, Husband, Lover of humanity and of true equalness, Lightwater, Surrey UK

Related Reading:
Similarities Between the Start of World War II and Brexit
Serge Benhayon on Brexit
Working together – Group work on Earth: Part 1

579 thoughts on “Mohammed, Krishna, Jesus and Buddha Meet up one Morning… What’s for Brexit?

  1. This is beautiful Richard and so possible . I love the way you call for Mohammed , Jesus, Krishna and Budda to have breakfast with each other or perhaps supper might be possible. This would make a great movie story if told in truth .

  2. We champion division in many ways as a good thing – in competitions where we pit people against each other to see who is the ‘best’ and although it is said to be healthy in that it encourages people to bring out the best in themselves I would question that in many instances and ask if it more fosters an energy of separation and not truly working together, that then ripples out into how we are in all areas of life…

  3. It is not a coincidence that in a time in which we are called to be more (love), and hence to be able to drop any protection and stop seeing the other one as a danger or a problem, separatism is rising with force. We may rationalize every separatist movement and find ‘logical’ excuses for it but the fact remains; these are people living in bodies that simply say no to what is offered in the illusion that they can control the consequences of their own choices by tying themselves collectively. Tempting as this may be, it is just a pure illusion that illustrates clearly that not accepting the offered love only brings disconnection and in disconnection, you can engage in a race to the bottom and portray your race as one to the sky and beyond.

  4. When we connect with our feelings and what we innately sense in our bodies, unity is obvious and natural. But when we allow ourselves to think about all the differences there are between us and others, then division becomes predominant and separation thrives. How about we choose to trust what we feel and sense rather than those patterns and momentums of thought?

    1. Curious isn’t it when so many of us can clearly appreciate that working in unity and being unified is such a wise choice.

  5. I think there is a common evil – and I am not talking about certain country or religious group – but at all levels in humanity, be it individual, community, country etc. we are all feeling unsettlement, a feeling of things not being quite right in varying degrees, and all we are doing is finding something/someone to point our fingers at and fix, and in that it is impossible to know that we are all connected because only a separative view can uphold such way of being. Connection is not even an ideal, it is our default condition that we have been avoiding to satisfy the individuated version of self glorification.

  6. “Am I just a naive human being or is it true that in the heart of every man there is a fundamental call for us to connect with each other and work together in a unified way?” Far from being naiive Richard, I would say that what you are asking here is what ultimatley everyone wants deep down. We are so much stronger when we stand together, knowing we are supported in full by one another, and when we do work in this way the evidence is clearly apparent in the results of our combined efforts.

    1. It seems that this ‘deep down’ is what we need to listen to then. Let’s bring what is deep down to the surface and see what the living of this unified way produces.

  7. Richard, this is such a great question; ‘Do we really need a common foe to feel and connect with this unity with others, or could we just choose it because we love unity and it is our very nature?’ I have noticed that in times of hardship or of a life-threatening incident that people pull together, we let go of reservation and protection and work together to help and support ourselves and each other, we become open, transparent, unified and so it is very possible to live this way everyday with each other.

  8. Being disconnected from others, finding fault in our world, thinking we are victims etc, these behaviours really make us feel deeply disempowered. Simply said, this is not our natural way of being. So it is wise to come back to what feels natural, joyful and powerful.

  9. I agree Richard – don’t feel those who felt devastated after the Brexit vote really understood where this devastation came from. But we are of love and so any move away from this is devastating. Interestingly though, the Brexit vote was not the cause of the separation. This has been going on for eons, and the rot in society has been festering away, fuelled by our desire for individuality. The Brexit vote has exposed all this root which was previously hidden beneath a veneer of a fragile peace between opposing ideals and beliefs, so although devastating that we have taken a massive step away from brotherhood, I can’t help but feel that at least the rot is out in the open now so it can be seen and we can get honest about it.

    1. Yes, good point Lucy. At least we cannot deny the choice to ‘separate’ from our fellow man across the channel and throughout Europe – the reflection that this choice for Brexit offers us is clear.

  10. Unity is what our body and Soul knows to be our true way of being, as we all hail from a oneness which represents the equalness love we are in essence and are here to embody. When we resist this innate way of being for ourselves, we allow instead the lovelessness to take over and our choices and behaviours then represent the qualities of separation and individuality.

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