Management is so obsessed with checking output and output only, that they invariable neglect checking the input. We are only interested in the results. We don’t care how you get there as long as you post the results.
Giving and caring unconditionally on a personal level is a long journey and not easy. To change yourself you have to confront the very essence of your worldviews, thoughts and feelings. At a societal level it is an even more difficult, but the change still has to start within individuals.
Paul Mercer recently completed an epic bike ride from Lancashire to Central Asia and back. In Turkmenistan he was about to set off on a leg of his journey when a crowd of school children came to admire him and his bike. Engrossed in putting on his helmet he didn’t notice that the kids did a prayer for his safety.
Our lives are pinned between two unconditional moments. We arrive getting it all and we leave giving it all. The process of maturation which transmutes our lives involves a movement from the one extreme of unconditional taking to the other extreme of unconditional giving.