Tomorrow, November 2 is the Day of the Dead. The day we all gather to honor our ancestors. To meditate and remember them. To ask for clarity on our path, strength on our decisions, for courage and support for our integrity.
Our life, our existence, is the result of thousands of other humans before each of us that in many ways struggled, fight, cried, laughed and made love to each other so to continue our species and to persevere on an invisible journey toward a mysterious direction.
Our struggles continue and we still are in many ways in a very primitive and savage phase as humans, sadly so in an otherwise amazing possibility to live in a glorious heaven, to all get along peacefully and enjoy this fabulous planet and the wonder of human intelligence.
We all come from a long lineage of barbaric conflicts and cultures and some steps have been done to get in a true harmony with earth and with each other but in this moment it seems to me that we are actually slipping back into a dark and muddy slope. A tidal wave of stupidity and greed is looming at the horizon.
So much we can do, so much we do so much we don't. One thing for sure I keep doing is dancing.
Dancing helps our bodies, our minds and our hearts. It's a good medicine for solitude and for moments of hopelessness. It's a way to celebrate our life and our unity.
Dancing is magic and invigorating. Transformational and supportive.
Let's keep dancing, let's keep being together. Let's honor our lives and our ancestors.
And on November 6 in the US, let's not give up our power. Let's go to vote for a better new world.
We'll become one day the ancestors of this generation and we want to be celebrated by our survivors, in a better, more just and cleaner world, because we made a difference and believed in the possibility of true evolution. Let's be remembered as peaceful, strong warriors, paladin and dancers of Love.
Image credit: Julie Daley