Good morning, dear Ones,
In our communion last week, Robert shared that, in order for humanity to evolve, we need to go through phases of disruption.
Disruption, disturbance, and death – these are 3 ds that come to mind.
Robert’s words made me reflect on what we experienced in the past 27 months or so.
A long phase of ‘soft disruption’ that has not ended yet; the pandemic claims lives and works silently, surreptitiously. Almost unannounced. How many were surprised to have caught the virus, not knowing where they could have possibly been exposed?
A war works very differently. It is a case of hard disruption. It destroys buildings, kills more rapidly, injures deeply and creates craters, both physical and emotional. I would like to add another ‘d’ here–devastation.
Why is it then that humanity is going through a combination of soft and hard disruption? What is this intoxicating cocktail meant to produce?
I have been reflecting on this strange combination and must say that there ought to be a reason why soft is followed by hard–especially when both phases are so close to each other, almost staggered.
What do you think?
Gilles Asselin is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Soft and hard disruption
Time: Mar 31, 2022 03:00 PM Eastern Time
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Meeting ID: 867 9442 4517