Generations. . . Walking down the street, the prophet asked: “aren’t we all children of the same eternal force?” The multitude agreed. And the prophet went on: “and if that is so, why do we betray our brothers and sisters?” A boy who was watching asked his father: “what does betray mean?” “It means to trick your companion in order to gain a certain advantage.” “And why do we betray our companion?” insisted the boy. “Because in the past somebody began all that. Ever since then, nobody knows how to stop the wheel. We are always betraying or being betrayed.” “Then I won’t betray anyone,” said the boy. And so he did. He grew up and suffered a lot during his life, but kept his promise. His children suffered less and endured fewer hardships in their lives, so they too decided to prevent future family from suffering. Their grandchildren and great grand children  did not suffer suffered even less than previous generations. Building resilience through open and loving communication between generations is one of the best ways to loosen generational trauma’s grip. Healing begins when awareness and understanding. Peace and Love, Jim #generations #thedailybuddha Buy Me A Coffee – A Easy Way To support The Daily Buddha! The Daily Buddha – Support The Server The Daily Buddha  – Web The Daily Buddha – YouTube The Daily Buddha – Facebook
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