Moving the letter w to the end of the word who creates the word how. Who we are and how we are, represent two unique dimensions of Being and Creation. Who we are is about everything that sets us apart from everything and everyone else. By exploring the differences between ourselves and others, we create separation within the oneness of All That Is.
How we are is about behavior. It is about how we treat ourselves and each other in our oneness with and separation from all That Is. Unless we take an active role in deciding who and how we want to be, and what we want to do, we become products of environmental influences.
The optimum, or ideal, choices available to us are to be the selves we love to be, doing the things we love to do. You could say, it’s being true to ourselves or being our true selves. It’s all a matter of perspective.
How do you love to be with, or treat, yourself and others? Who do you love to be as a unique expression of All That Is, not in comparison to others? What do you love to do? Asking questions like these helps us clarify what we want.
By Roger A. “Pete” Peterson at https://realtalkworld.com