"Free and critical minds can emerge only by a return to the source-the primary sources. A free and critical mind takes nothing for granted and is not intimidated by "authorities" who frequently may be more confused than the general public. Free and critical minds seek truth without chauvinism or shame." - Dr. Asa G. Hilliard III (1)



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Friday, January 29, 2016

Grading On A Curve: The Human Standard
Unity Consciousness #574

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Who determines at what age someone can do something?
Who determines at what age someone cannot do something?
From birth to death, who's to say?

Who's to say and determine when a child should be talking, walking, dressing themselves, and so on?
How can anyone say, with a fixed certainty, the age at which a child should stop doing certain things.

What we should know by now is not only do these things vary in general, but they vary specifically and they vary per person.
These variations are caused by multiple factors. As a result, each situation must be assessed on its own merits.
Yes, we can use generalities as a starting point but that's all they should be.
If someone does or doesn't do something before or after a general guideline or milestone, so what? No need to panic or count it as negative or make it into an anomaly. If fact, for most of us who do or don't do things that match the generalities, that is the anomaly.
When we are grading anything, our thought process (evaluation and analysis) must ask, “What are the circumstances as it relates to that area?”

Once we stop grading things and ourselves based on each other and start grading things and ourselves based on what we are truly capable of, at that point, we will be making progress.

We will stop saying all manner of things such as “she is wise beyond her years,” or “this gender can't do that,” or “he's an old soul,” or you're too young or too old for something.”

We already know it's normal and natural for certain skills to be acquired at different ages for different people.

The human standard is okay as a starting point but in no way should the human standard be considered the beginning or origin or foundation of what humans are capable of.

Humans must reach to what is higher within self, which is the higher universal standard.

Our universal genetics are the baseline for what we are capable. Our genetics manifest themselves differently due to a variety of factors.

The test for humans in this life comes from the Creator. We must prepare with that in mind and grade ourselves accordingly, on the Cosmic Curve or Creator's Curve, so to speak. This is the same curve Dr. King spoke about. It is the curving arc that bends towards justice. How do we score on this curve? How do we rate ourselves? It is clear some on the curve are heading one way towards justice and far too many in societies are heading the opposite way.

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