Each gift has two sides. Yes, even a three dimensional gift you turkey. I’m becoming aware of the paradoxes within our construction of emotions. We can see that Love is a gift. Happiness is a gift. Light is gift. Why do we struggle then to see that Hate is also a gift? Sadness is a gift? Darkness is a gift? Humans are tortured in abundance and perhaps for the cause of good balance. Balance isn’t a measure of zero as much as it is a measure of equal pull. Equal forces in an apparent opposition, but often the weight upon the fulcrum becomes much. A man or a woman is not a better man or woman for living a life without hate. Hate cannot be removed from love. It can go unspoken, unthought of, out shined, but it cannot be removed. The misunderstanding of this creates the very thing itself that we are trying not to create. The path you avoid cannot change the dimension of the path you are on. The depth of this that you are always on the path you are on and no amount of thought deception can change the root of those steps stamped in time. This great difficultly in becoming small and disconnected has grown from a thought into a mountain. The fear machine has adapted itself into our truest forms of being and expression. We are not driven to do great things because they are the things we are doing without the knowledge of them being great things; we are driven to do great things because they are the things that achieve status and higher values on the comparison charts with our fellow journeyers. It is less of a wonder then that when we hear the cries of Love we watch this great current of Hate flow out through the holes. Great things remain to be done by those who are not attempting to do great things. This should be the cause of creation. To do because it is what is within us to do and not what is within the outside to give for it’s reason beyond the foundation of what is truly needed. It is impossible to achieve an imbalance, then, when we own and recognize our fulcrum as ourselves and know that we bear all of the weight on both sides of our decisions regardless of their projected spacial orientation.