AM: the day’s work is to make a list of what you consider useful and another one of what you consider useless.
Me: I feel useful to help others. I am practical, judicious, balanced, coherent, and when faced with certain situations, I can break down the options so that the best possible one can be acted upon, obviously from my point of view. I am orderly, neat, which I also consider useful for my environment. I can explain concepts, situations, problems to be solved, in a simple way, and contribute everything I have so that the person understands it and can take it to have another tool for solution or use.
AM: and as for the things you consider yourself useless in
Me: I have little sporting prowess, especially for sports that involve a lot of running and high demands. Then, there are many things in which I say I am useless because I don’t like to do them, and this does not end up being something convenient for me, since they can bore me, or I don’t find sense in doing them. It happened to me a lot with everything that had to do with mechanical work, or electronics, subjects that I had to see in my high school days, since my orientation was industrial. And I never liked to get dirty with grease or oils in which it took me hours to get my hands clean.
AM: it is clear that, being useful or useless for a human being is more in the convenience of doing one thing or another, and where that convenience does not have to be a bad use of his energy, because a being does not have to do things that he does not like by essence.
Me: Yes, I understand it today. In other times I even considered it offensive, because the environment always told me that I had to comply with everything, no matter if you felt good or bad, doing it. It was like an obligation and the growth of the person was achieved by doing everything you were given to do.
AM: the human being has always mixed all the concepts, without having the option to analyze them separately, and then integrate them. It is very important that each human being can know what he likes and what he does not like, what he feels useful for and what he does not, what he is skilled at and what he is not, so as to empower himself as his inner self represents, and then, with that empowerment, expand that usefulness to others, and receiving in return the expansion of the usefulness of others in those points where I am not. This is the perfect exchange of energy between human beings, something that clearly does not happen today.
I invite you all to watch the video of Matias explaining the concept of the day.
Finally, I encourage everyone to engage in conversation with their own I Am, to listen to what we each have to say to each other. No one else but us can re-signify our own being!