Don’t squander the gift you have right in your hands just because it doesn’t fit into your current narrative. Rather, seek to understand its true value and evolve with the possibilities that it is showing you.
This is what happens when people fail to see the treasure they’re holding right in their hands. The treasure that arises when you allow people to just be themselves and bring their unique gifts to the world.
As an evolutionary and visionary writer, I totally resonate with what was organically being birthed through the phenomenon that BTS has become in the world. In fact, I wrote a whole article about it that never got published, but rather buried in a 50,000 deep comment section of one of their most viewed pieces of content this year (one of the only comments I’ve ever made on Youtube). If you’re interested in reading it, give me a shout out and I will make sure to get it to you.
For now, this is what woke me up at 4am this morning asking to be written down (interesting, that’s the same time so many across my time zone woke up to witness their most recent fifty million strong global concert):
In their current form, BTS is a gift and an asset to their country, culture, and the world- paving the way for something new to emerge in many ways, and bringing their nation attention, goodwill, prestige, and income.
Pulled back and forth enough times over the last four years while the decision of how they should best serve their country was debated, they will now be taking eighteen months to “serve” in a way that isn’t true to their destiny and purpose, eventually becoming a liability (due to increased measures that will need to be taken while they are there), rather than an asset to their nation.
The government failed to see the precious flower they were holding right in their hands. They squeezed it so hard trying to make it fit the outdated mold of “the way it’s always been done,” that the flower has to become something other than what it is in order to save itself and continue to bring its gift to those who do understand at a later date.
Change is constant. What’s trying to emerge will always find a way. It’s much easier to choose to adapt and evolve- embracing the gifts that are there to show us all a different way.
It is my hope that both individually and on the global stage, this idea will begin to take root and lead us into the peace and harmony we truly seek as a species.