I’m sorry. Please forgive me. I love you.


I don’t know what happened. I only know of my response.

The remedy, is in how I see; in how I look within and open up to the darkness that cries out for love. An opportunity to see that this was not the single action of a man, an organization, or a Government; rather, it was mySelf. It was the One I Am, as it searches to heal a sense of separation.

We have created this, I am have created this. So I stand in front of the mirror and ask myself, “where do I reject myself or another, where do express fear when really… Love is the answer.”

For those who might have died, thank you for the gift of your life that was courageous enough to expose where we withhold love. For those who see loss, I am sorry, please forgive any withholding of love within myself that has contributed to this; I am learning, we are all learning. I love you, and I know you will be okay, even though that might seem impossible. You are the space holder of pain, for now, and I honor your role and extend my heart to your journey. Thank you, for what you are.

May we remember, that what we experience is what we are. What you see out there, can only exists because in someway it is seen within. It’s okay that this might expose a deep fear, it’s okay to look. As you do, please see it as an opportunity to recognize equality; that in the end, we are all the same, and all searching for our way home to a love that only seems lost.

If we are all looking for love, even those who manipulate, those who harm, and those who hide the truth, then let our response be Love. If we return more fear, then we only feed the energy that gave rise to it. This is our opportunity, to forgive. To forgive others, ourselves, and all of life.

May we allow the lesson so we can see the lesson; not to turn away with blame and hatred, but to stand and face the real issue. “The withholding of love”, and now it is time to love without expectation and condition. Now is the time to love completely, to see the Self in everyone and everything.

I’m sorry. Please forgive me. I love you.