That energy of love’s purest grace is made manifest through our soul’s code working in concert with our nature. How we cultivate this powerful force of our being relates the ease at which we move through the world lending our imprint. Cultivating inspiration is a practice like anything else. Acting on the inspiration where the miracles happen.
Artists May Sun and Richard Wyatt have captured the spirit of Robert Kennedy in the middle of Los Angeles with there work in a public space called the Kennedy Inspiration Park. The beauty of Los Angeles is the incredible experience of its people in action. Each block brings something magnificent and the collection of brilliant minds are endlessly stretching into the earth to create, imagine and present great beauty.
I don’t know about the rest of you but letting down into that fierce space of full vulnerability is a practice and the support offered by the angels of our better natures, our cities, our communities is a blessing. This inspiring park on a corridor of Wilshire Blvd. in Los Angeles that has seen so much during the course of its history is a light to those who meet its intentions.
Robert Kennedy had many gifts, one of which was his ability to turn a phrase with eloquence and passion and the quote highlighted from him by the artists of this memorial park in the City of Los Angeles is a pure jolt of hope in the hearts of those who get to experience it. From the homeless, to the kids congregating to impress each other with their skateboard tricks, it stands for compassionate acts of personal justice where one individual takes the necessary action with love to stand in the face of injustice righting the wrong.
You find what you are looking for. Take today to be vulnerable to what you don’t know. Take today to share a smile with someone you don’t know. Take today to act when what you see before you would benefit from you extending yourself with love.