Category: Journeys Written by Kachina Houska Views: 401
An empowered individual never feels the need to “identify” another (ie. using racial slurs toward an individual or larger entity). The need to place labels upon another stems from a lack of knowing oneself.
This practice of projected identifying is engaged by an individual that has little knowledge of their own core-being.
While possibly being a beneficial practice engaged by toddlers and youth, in their quest to individualize, projected identifying is not a constructive behavior in those beyond early developmental stages.
When demonstrated by an individual of advancing physical age this behavior likely represents a severely underdeveloped and/or misaligned psyche. An individual with such an underdeveloped sense of self has likely not developed the emotional body sufficiently enough to have any meaningful sociable manners and skills. A lack of the development of these skills correlates directly to the inability to empathize with the plight of any other and negates the forming of meaningful relationships.
The building and sustaining of meaningful relationships, inclusive of one-on-one, individual-group (ie. politician to republic) and group-group (ie. nation to nation), requires a willingness toward compromise, by both parties, when individual expressions vary too greatly to allow for a mutually beneficial alliance.
Upward mobility, and the establishment of a freer existence, for One and All will require a willingness, by individuals and/or society at large, to undertake and encourage avenues that promote the development of a healthy self-identify.
Individual expression and diversity should be fostered and encouraged. Restraint and/or reconfiguration of self -expression should only be expected of any other to the degree that oneself is also willing to commit to when seeking formation of a relationship with said other or with one’s greater society.
Though every interaction, be it with Friend or “Foe”, is an opportunity to define Oneself true Empowerment is only attained by looking inward for the source of one’s malcontent.
Those that seek to appear powerful through the usage of slurs will remain woefully ignorant of their own Being and will likely feel tremendously uncomfortable when within the company of others expressing their Individualized selves.
Those that seek to justify their choice to harmful actions or non-actions by a misaligned belief in a world filled with “foes” will never receive acknowledgement as a “true leader” nor be viewed as “powerful” in any sense of the word by any self-aware individual or society.
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~Kachina Houska aka Sharon Brodbeck
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