What is YOUR Level of Commitment?

Here’s another one of those words that people throw around without knowing what it truly means – Commitment … Some of us have been committed to raising theConsciousness of the Collective most of our lives, mostly by trying to be examples of Love and Forgiveness – We have remained committed despite everyone is our lives abandoning us, having all we owned taken over and over, being homeless, whatever it takes to keep trying to get the message across…

THIS is the definition of Commitment –

Commitment is the state or quality of being dedicated to a cause, activity, etc.. It is also known as a pledge or an undertaking. A commitment is never supposed to be broken, if it is broken; that means it was never a commitment rather was just a pretention and lying.

There are lot of examples in Indian history and Hinduism, as to how orthodox people were in keeping their commitment. There are many legends saying how a commitment was considered more important to anything else in this world. Some of the famous examples are: Lord Rama’s commitment given to his father Dasharatha in Ramayana[1] for renouncing the luxury of a king and taking asetic life in forests for 14 years. The next great one comes in Mahabharata[2] era, where Bhishma had given commitment to his father Shantanu for staying unmarried throughout his life…..

WHAT is YOUR level of Commitment?


One thought on “What is YOUR Level of Commitment?

  1. In the Stillness of Willow Hill

    I’m with you on committing to love and forgiveness. The sad thing is, there are a whole bunch of “religious” people out there who think they have committed to the same thing, but their version of unconditional love is quite different from mine. Apply love liberally!


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