I am not a people person. I’m sorry. I can relate to other people, I have meaningful relationships and I have friends. But there are a lot of people out there I don’t particularly like. And I can’t stand group-think. Some people think it’s terrible, but I would rather hang out with my dog than many people (if you’re reading this, of course I’m not talking about YOU, only other people).
So my question is this: Can I truly be motivated by love and compassion, can I say “namaste” to anyone and mean it with all my heart, even while fundamentally disliking most people, or maybe just their choices?
My translation of namaste is, “The divine light in me sees and recognizes the divine light in you.”
Thanks for being patient with my questions. Your answers are helping me, and I’m hoping to start writing about my answers soon.