A random post

A random post, this is actually an editted comment, I made on a fellow bloggers post. In that post the blogger was discussing where they are from and which country they identify most with. Which lead me to this comment which i thought I would share here.

Where ever I lay my hat, that’s my home.

I had someone once say to me I must be confused as indian living in London. I was confused alright, I was confused by the odd question. My response was I am Bella, nothing to be confused about.

My point is, we are who we are, and no country , or colour or anything else defines us. Our tastes and personality change so many times in a year, never mind a life time.

We are what our hearts sings and our heart is forever changing.”

Actually, I am British by birth, born in Kenya. Came to London when I was 4. I am a Londoner, this is my home, this where my heart sings. There are countries and towns where my heart sings, but my heart sing the most here.

I don’t identify with anything in terms of country, colour, even religion. I identify with being a good Soul, a good human being, character, values and morals. I do my best, I don’t always succeed, but I keep trying daily to be the best human being I can be, the best Soul I can be. I do believe in God and Goodness; and being good. Honesty, truth, integrity, purity, peace, clean and clear hearted. Inside and outside the same..


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52 thoughts on “A random post

  1. a profound statement of who you are, we are all unique individuals but there is so much common ground. I know I was most confused when someone asked where my black friend was … I said I don’t have a black friend. They meant my Londoner friend who is so cockney, her father was Nigerian …

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  2. Lovely post. Yes, people do that. That is what they see. If there’s time, they will get to see your spirit and not just the shell we show. So I hope there’s always time.
    I don’t think they do it to be mean, it’s just that they are too set in their beliefs and ways of doing life.
    And if there’s no time, just send them a prayer and go on your merry way. You know who you are: that’s all that matters.
    Lovely post. Thanks for sharing your wonderful thoughts and your world.
    Be well. I wish you miracles.

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      1. I always believe people meet other (people) at the level they exist in their enlightenment.
        I like to think of children for this explanation as children only see at the (still immature) level they are. As they grow older they become wiser and see more into the world.
        Some adults are stunted— many reasons for this. That’s the immature enlightenment level under which they operate.
        Let’s wish them well anyway.
        This is just how I see this, sometimes annoying, human behavior.
        When you know better, you behave better. And until then… well until then, you survive on the kindness of strangers. Let’s be those kind strangers.
        I’m no guru. I just have great hopes for the human race. I pray we will all evolve in such a way that we see beyond our outer shells.
        We are small spirits with bodies.
        I still adore your lovely post. I’m just trying to add my take. Not saying you’re wrong or anything. You say it as it happened to you. You are right!
        Have a lovely rest-of-the-year.
        Thanks for wishing me miracles. I know you have a lovely soul. I bless you. xoxo

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      2. I love your view point and it adds to the conversation.

        I been are immortal souls, points if light, maybe you can say spirit. We take bodies to express and experience. We are essentially good, but rebirth as humans makes us gain the vices, anger, ego, greed etc. As souls our home is the land of peace, where we sit as a point of light no body . We now wrong identify with the body.

        I shared this post really to see what the wp.com community think. And really to ask the question who are we and what do we stand for?

        You too have a great rest if year. Thanks again for sharing your thoughts here, for all to read and engaging in. Maybe even implement in life.

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