If one truly relates with equal empathy, honesty, consideration and
lack of negative projection as one appreciates receiving,
then this is viewed as a blessing.
Indeed that is what it is intended as.
If in any way someone feels uncomfortable, offended, bothered, etc., by this basic truth of equality and karma,
then it is simply a reflection of a need to look more honestly at
oneself & ones passive aggressive & direct attitudes & behaviors.
And how such effects life, relational experiences & people additional to oneself.
Rather than acting offended and falsely blaming anyone for honestly stating this fact.
In order to honestly recognize & admit how negative projections & dishonest behaviors
one has chosen to express which one would not want to be treated with,
misleadingly, negatively effects people & relational experiences one treats in such ways.
Including how such effects those of us who are directly openly honest.
Kindly relating based in trusting one & others to be as well.
And simply transform those negative projections, dishonest, misleading
behaviors, attitudes & beliefs into ways of being & relating one would also enjoy being treated with.
To give the same open honest communication, appreciation,
authenticity & empathy which one wants to be treated with in all moments & situations.
For myself, and some others, open honest communicating and respect for our equal humanity is a core value.
It is far more important to me than popularity, money, sex or pretty much anything else.
As being negatively projected onto, passive aggressively or directly mislead, lied to or about is disrespectful and misleading. It needlessly creates confusing, uncomfortable experiences for all involved.
Which is why I've grown to rightly speak up honestly about the confusing effects
of such negative projections, ghosting & dishonest behaviors.
In respect of being treated with equal empathy and respect as an equal human being.
For I am as much Life as you. And vice versa.
And open, mutually appreciative directly honest communicating with, rather than at or about,
each other is what allows us all to co-create mutual understanding, respect,
harmony and universal loving kindness in this diverse world.