• Kai Helmich

Aren't we ALL walking each other home


We meet each other, we leave each other. Sometimes we walk with each other only a short distance and time, other times we spend a hole life together, making it even more painful when the time comes to say good bye.

Sometimes we start to fall in love with each other, just to fall out of love again abruptly, hurting the other in the process. And at other times it is ourselves who gets hurt by others. We slice each other, open us up and even scar ourselves in the process, sometimes forever.

It says our heart is broken, but that is not true. The heart cannot break! It keeps pouring out love, no matter what. However it is our expectations that get shattered and that is what hurts so bad. The ego hurts after you have scratched, dented or even put a hole in its seemingly perfect facade. The heart on the other side, doesn’t bother what’s going on. It just endures and knows that in the greater things it is all ok and even meant that way. The sun isn't firing hot balls of magma at us, to scorch and revenge us, just because we are not getting our act together here on planet earth. Isn't it?

In the end, it is all part of a magic unfolding where nothing is wasted, nothing is done without a reason. There is always a lesson, a riddle that needs to be solved, a growth opportunity to be stepped into - for the one side, for the other side or for equally both sides.


There is a saying in the bible that shows us how we can endure the suffering at times when we have to suffer unjustly:


Let house servants be in subjection to their owners with all due fear, not only to the good and reasonable, but also to those who are hard to please. For if someone, out of conscience, toward God, bears up under grievous things and suffers unjustly, this is an agreeable thing.

For what merit is there in it if you are sinning and being slapped, you endure it.

But if, when you are doing good and you suffer, you endure it, this is a thing agreeable with God. (1 Peter 2:18-2:20)


Remember that the process that we are going through is a path of transformation and that of purification. Each time we get to stand firmer, get strengthened and stand taller … in our truth, aligned to THAT, THAT YOU ARE. (I am, that I am)


Whatever that may be. It is very much needed in this world, it is good enough and worthy of unconditional love. Isn’t that what Home should feel like. A safe and loving place where you can rest and finally be at home.


Welcome back home!