of The Last Four Books - by Moshe Daniel
Highest Commitment - The
Three Major Delusions
Highest Commitment - ?
single most important commitment to ever make,
and to remain true to in every moment, is
knowing and being here for all others, and
therefore, understanding it?s not all about
you. Your dharma, your highest calling, is
to always think of others ? how can I help
this person? What kindness can I impart upon
them? How can I be there for them, to encourage
them to feel good in their life, about themselves,
about their life in general? That is the most
high way to be, and when I say most high way,
I mean the best way to be who you really are.
Because who you really are, above and beyond
all things, is LOVE and isn?t it quite loving
to give to others, to make sure they are doing
well in their life?
do you give without it being selfish? Without
it being for you? Meaning ? now that we know
it is so wonderful to give, how do we avoid
the trap of doing it because we know it is
special and important, rather than actually
doing it because it is who we are, in our
simplest way to do it is to just want it for
them, not for you. You don?t give so that
you?ll make someone happy which will make
you think you?re a good person. When you are
connected to the person with your heart, you?re
being there for them. You actually honestly
and integrally want it for them and there
is no effort in the giving, because it flows
naturally from you to them. So connection
to the person, thinking of them, is important.
way that will keep us real and help us avoid
doing just because we know it is good
to give to others, is to remain balanced and
to know when it is time to say ?No.? When
do you say ?No? to someone if they ask you
for help or for something in particular? After
all, our truest nature is to give and be there
for others, so when is it time to say no?
(this is very important for many of us, as
we can often get a little Nabulous
(cloudy in New Age Bull*&%$))
is a balance that one must find on their own.
Ironically, it has to do with being true to
yourself. Here is where Free Will comes into
place. We all have choice. We are coming to
the point in time where our planet is close
enough so that we all will see the Light and
know that Love is the only Truth that really
matters. But until then, we all still have
the ability to choose between Love and Fear.
Being True to yourself means living life according
to what you Love and to what you feel to be
Good. If someone asks for help, or needs help
to live their life in fear, that is often
a good time to say No. You can help someone
create their fears, but be aware that you?re
doing it. Sometimes, it is necessary to be
there for someone in their fears, so that
they?ll lighten up seeing that someone is
there for them, and ultimately be able to
let go of whatever fear they?re still holding
on to. Otherwise, saying No to someone when
they ask you for help or support in their
fears is the best thing you can do for them.
It is the most loving way to be for them.
can also say ?No? when someone expects you
to give. They have come to take you for granted,
they have no gratitude, they expect it to
happen, they believe that you ?should.? This
is a good time to say No. It?s good for you
and for them in such a case.
if you are asked to do something that you
do not believe in or support, then that's
also a pretty good time to say No. A simple
example of this is if someone asks you for
help setting up for a demonstration favoring
war, and you don?t believe in the war cause.
So you say no.
most important factor in any of this ?when
to say No business? is to trust the feeling
of your heart. If something feels wrong about
giving, then don?t do it. Saying no keeps
you real, so that you don?t become unbalanced
positive and do things because it is right
to do it, rather than do them because you
recognize the Truth ? that all people who
frequent your life are a reflection of yourself.
By giving to them, you are giving to yourself.
person living by a life of giving is completely
fulfilled. They are filled, satiated, fed,
and happy. The reason for this is somewhat
painted in Conversations with God by
Neale Donald Walsch. If you give, it means
that you have something to give, otherwise
how could you give? You are living by the
reality that you have stuff. You are a ?haver.?
The having is not of a material nature, it
is the Haver of divine energy, although giving
materially is also nice. If you only take,
and your habit is to live in the world where
everything revolves around you, then you have
nothing demonstrated by the need to take all
is the Universal Law of Do unto others as
you would have them do unto you, carried out
in the world. Really it is saying that whatever
you do with others is a reflection of yourself.
And who you are is continually reflected back
to you. If you are a person who gives out
of the kindness of your heart, then you are
a kind-hearted giving person and you will
be kindly given to by other heart-centered
people. As you do, so will it be done to you.
As you believe, so will you see the world
and so will the world be with you.
is why our world is so amazingly served when
everyone thinks about everyone else. ?You
see yourself in the other?s shoes.? This way,
we live in a world of abundance. Miracles
will begin to occur. The competitive energies
of greed on our planet that run solely to
serve the individual entity will be replaced
by the energies of mutual support, and sharing.
Concepts like ?Pay it Forward? as seen in
the movie Pay it Forward exemplify
the understanding that in a world where we
pay forward our giving to all people, then
we have abundance. What goes around, comes
around. I have begun to create a business
that exemplifies this commitment to a world
of abundance and universal sharing this as
well: A Universal business that is based in
the very idea of creating a community of people
where everyone supports everyone else, for
the good of the whole. It is not built upon
a foundation of competition, nor for serving
the self. It is called the Collective Co-op.
The Collective Co-op's website is not officially
ready, but if you'd like to begin reading
about it - please do so - http://www.collectivecoop.com/.
It's brand new, so your feedback is appreciated.
conclusion: To live with love in your heart
for the people in your life is divine. Seeing
where others are at is the important aspect.
It is not necessary to always think of it
as giving, but rather as being connected to
where that other person is and wishing the
best for them. Listening, kindness, sharing,
and caring for others is being in the zone.
When you commit yourself to this, when you
are able to slip into that sweet zone where
this is not an effort, but a being, a surrender,
then you have taken the highest commitment.
(And by the way, it means ALL people in your
life, especially the tough ones that trigger
you all the time. They?re your best friends.)
highest commitment is shared in the Eighth
Circle at thelastfourbooks.com,
and is also shared in the 7th CaN of the Fourth
Circle. Thus we see the interconnectedness
of the Fourth and Eighth Circles.