A Vision for Mercy

We envision a world where mercy has resurfaced in the collective awareness; where all fighting has stopped, all arguments resolved, all violence turned to creativity, and all vehemence transformed into love. We see a world where soldiering is unneeded because no one wants to harm anyone else; where we’ve all realized that it is far better to help than to harm, to uplift than undo, to bless than to badger, beat, or bomb others into submission.

We see a world where all guns are holstered, all knives and swords sheathed, all weapons destroyed, dismantled, and reformed into tools for the betterment of our lives.

As a result, we see peace everywhere, and humanity, as a whole, breathing a collective sigh of relief because every person who walks this planet has stopped what they were doing long enough to put themselves in the shoes of the other; where every person knows, beyond any doubt, that we all need each other, that we are all connected to one another, and that to bring harm to another only brings harm to oneself.

And we envision our hearts open and our minds unfettered and creative now that our bodies are safe because we have learned to give mercy in all situations; to let others go free so that they can live out their entire lives without our interference or imposition.

“Do not confuse activity with accomplishment.”
An Anonymous Author

Your action for today is to focus on being productive instead of being busy.

Have an extraordinary day!

About catherinehislop

I am the Founder of Global Unity Harmony Foundation
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