It has been said that we, all of us, are one and we are but one cell in the body of humanity. So, let’s look at the cells in our body to see what they teach us.
1. Our cells have a Monetary System: This system pays cells according to the importance of the work they do and stores excess for use at a later time.
2. Our cells have a Law Enforcement System. This system detains, imprisons, rehabilitates and assists with the destruction of errant cells.
3. Our cells have an Environmental System. It provides water and air purification treatment that is more technologically advanced that we have ever imagined. This system also provides heating and cooling.
4. Our cells have a Communication System. This system is extremely fast and complex. Messages are sent directly to all cells giving them information needed for the well-being of the whole.
5. Our cells have a Research and Development System. This system creates technology in building and repair of our body.
6. Our cells have Health-care Coverage. This coverage makes sure each cell receives all that is needed to stay healthy.
7. Our Cells have an Immune System. This system protects the cells and body like a military unit.
These are only a small sampling of the intricate and awesome systems found in our bodies. The cells in our body organize into special organs, skin, nerves, bones, blood, brains, stomach, etc. Individually, they look different, yet they are all part of one body. A heart cell stays within the unit we call heart as do the liver cells, kidney cells, and brain cells. All cells have a specified function and work in harmony with all other cells to keep us healthy. The heart cells do not wish to be brain cells nor do the brain cells wish to be anything other than what they are. All cells work in harmony with all other cells. Your arm does not think it is more important than your leg nor your feet more important than your teeth. There is harmony. Each cell knows its function and does that function without question. Each cell has intelligence and works for the benefit of the whole. Each cell is individual, yet they are one body unit.
Each cell functions based on its own innate consciousness. We do not need to expend energy making sure our heart beats or our lungs breathe. The consciousness within each cell in our body keeps functioning without our will or direction.
We can learn much from observing the cooperative nature of our cells. If we as individuals were as committed to the benefit of the world body as the examples we see in our own body’s cells, we could create a heaven on earth. One part of the world body is as important as any other. If there is disease in any part of the body, the whole body suffers. The truth is there is enough to serve the whole of humanity. There is enough water, there is enough oxygen, and there are enough natural resources.
God has given each of us a set of talents and abilities to be used for the body of humanity. The talents and abilities given to you are unique. Our world will transform when we recognize the source of our talents and consciously use them in service to the whole body of humanity.
For now, Earlynn’s just sayin’; “When we use our God given talents in service to the body of humanity, our world will reflect back to us peace, love and gratitude.”
This post was written by Earlynn Sheehan. Please leave a comment. If you’d like to send an email address it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Earlynn’s book , Transformed is available at her web site, www.earlynnsjustsayin.org. Thank you. Gloria! In Excelsis Deo!