Something I say often, and believe, is "nothing matters". The phrase can be understood in a number of ways, to do with materialism, the third dimension, illusion and reality, and so on. I have been pondering this morning on how the words apply to the current turbulence in the world, which is, of course, of the greatest significance as it marks and enables the passing of the old and the long-awaited arrival of the new.
This is how I understand it: even the smallest event that occurs on earth is part of the manifestation of the Plan of God. Every such event comes about by human or planetary choice, and so how the Plan develops depends, in detail, upon those choices, which can be neither right or wrong. They are as they are.
In multi-dimensional terms it is the realisation of the Plan which is of importance, not how that is achieved. In third dimensional terms, decisions and their results in human and everyday terms are of great moment for the experience, the teaching and the opportunities arising. So, as we watch and are affected by, for example, financial crises, massive oil leaks, political upheavals, volcanic activity, we can know they are significant for our world, personally and globally, but can appreciate also that, at a higher level, in themselves they do not matter except for what they achieve.
I have talked before about human life being like a play in which we have a leading part. While the performance is going on, the words and actions matter, but away from the theatre it is what the play teaches and leads to that is important,not the play itself. No thing matters.