I've spent my life surounded by negitivity. My childhood surounded by getting teased left me by myself to grow as best I could with what help I could gather from the family around me when they didn't understand me. Sometime in high school, I found this self help book called 'The Secret'. While most of it is probably a whole load of crap, I did learn one valuable lesson from that book. When I tried to excercises, I slowly gained the ability to let things go and live in the moment(Leting go of my negitive emotions is another way to put it). Thanks to that lesson, I've never been happier. It's hard to explain it but ever since I read that book I've felt much happier and more fufilled with my life. I went from a secretly lonely kid who was in denial to feeling better about myself. I may still not have many friends, but it doesn't bother me as much anymore because even the small interaction they share with me I cherish.
This video puts what I think the book taught me nicely into words. It talks about harmony of the four elements, and while I do not have 'perfect control' (I doubt anyone has) I do feel that this video appeals to both the logical side of me and the spiritual side in one fell swoop. Unlike the author, I am not so good with words, however I hope people atleast give this some serious thought before disreguarding it as a nutjob's rantings.
I love my race too , if I ever see someone in trouble of course I would instantly go to help them. Even when I was small if they were my enemy and they were upset I would gravitate to them and offer what little comfort I could give. We aren't perfect, but we also are at the same time because of that imperfection. I can't explain that last sentence, but maybe some of you will be able to understand what I'm trying to say.
How exactly are you supposed to describe something that doesn't need words to make a point?