Teaching is a sacred honor and it implies you have something to teach and you have a place, and people who are open. These are not trivial issues, as you know, and it takes effort and sincere self-development to get to these places.
Teach has progress and growth built into it. It shows you and the world you are growing and challenging yourself to be better and do better. Teaching has rejection and dissonance written all over it. Teaching requires patience and understanding. Teaching has the difficult aspect of dealing with people’s hard fought belief systems and existing structures which are very hard to shift and dislodge, if you even want to do it.
Teaching has the gift of learning built into it. Teaching helps you to learn what you don’t know about others and how they learn. Teaching helps you to empathize and look at life through the eyes of those who have gone before.
Teaching is a cumulative effort of the past and the collaborative effort of those who are willing to join you in the present. Teaching helps others, if done well, but mostly it helps those who teach to see life differently and to find new insights to share as a part of the learning and collaboration ensuing.
Teaching is the calling of the inquisitive and the persistent. Teaching happens in the most unusual and interesting places. Teaching always has a new look and always looks new. Teaching is the pinnacle of challenge and the most difficult you can find when you do it with sincerity and living what you teach.
You understand more about how life has to function within the surrounds of the concepts of love and coordination. Everything works in perfect cooperation and sequences when it works best. Every element is designed to implement the purpose of showing off the beauty and imagery of love. Each piece lovingly cooperates with the other pieces and fulfills its’ destiny with accuracy and preciseness.
Even your species, which often has problems figuring out how to love and cooperate, does so within the scope of its’ creation. Even the animosity and ambivalence of the human is a function of how things work together better. All the issues coming up and the resistance and confusion you exhibit works into the greater good because of all the learning occurring in the processes.
Without the learning coming to you by the problems and issues you face, how would you learn to appreciate the unity? How can you see how to solve problems if you don’t have any? If the purpose of your existence is to develop skills and knowledge from experiences, how can you have the kind of growth without not knowing what to do or how to do things?
Learning comes from seeing the dissonance and finding ways to develop harmony. You do not see the conflicts until they come and you cannot figure out ways of cooperating with the concepts of nature until you have the void and sometimes pain to look for the alternatives.
Your concerns about what your roles are is part of the mix as well. You can find out all you need by living and pushing into the areas you feel uncomfortable with. You have more possibilities before you when you push your fears away and find the unity and cooperation available to you, when you shift your thinking and actions.
You are a part of the solution because if you do not exist, there is no deviance and variation and without these, how can growth and development occur? Nature has figured out the beautiful cadence and movement. What can you do to emulate the same?