What my One Vision looks like
Queen is a band that has that rare something that if for some reason you don’t like Queen, it says a whole lot more about you than it ever will about them. One of the most iconic bands in history that has left us a discography full of treasures for the soul as well as some kick ass Rock ‘N’ Roll.
Queens song ONE VISION is one of those soul reaching tunes that has inspired me for decades. Here’s why.
God works in mysterious ways, mysterious ways
One man, one goal,
One heart, one soul,
Just one solution.
One flash of light, yeah,
One god, one vision.
One flesh, one bone,
One true religion.
One voice, one hope,
One real decision.
Wowowowo, gimme one vision, yeah.
No wrong, no right.
I’m gonna tell you there’s no black and no white.
No blood, no stain.
All we need is one worldwide vision.
We are all connected.
From the view of this Shaman everything in existence is a face and facet of God and Goddess who are the unity of masculine and feminine essence.
I like to think of it as “one human” instead of “man.” We have limited ourselves through speech to the masculine only for far too long.
What we say and how we say it shapes our view of life the Universe and most things. Somethings we all agree on while everything else we debate endlessly.
As a Shaman I have but one religion, love.
There are no holy scriptures that could ever encompass what love is and what it means to live love and make yourself love personified. Here’s why.
If everything is a face and facet of what God is and God is love, than we are the living breathing example of love in our life.
That’s the only religion we need. Anything else is an attempt at subjugation and controlling a mass of people.
We get lost in the ideas of right and wrong, good and evil, light and dark and forget that it is unification of self not segregation that brings peace with a side of bliss that can spread through the world and change everything.
Right and wrong are just that, ideas.
We debate about the degrees of evil as if somehow it matters.
What if all we truly have is decisions and consequences?