Friday, July 15, 2016

Reverence For Life

Despair and a lack of enthusiasm are our biological foes. Social conditions, economic issues, political upheavals and even religious teachings that foster these mental states create a biological retaliation within us. They act like a war in our natural setting. Destructive energy erupts within us, and that energy travels through our cells and wreaks havoc on our well-being.

Our physical world is a product of certain aspects of consciousness that want to express challenges through materialization. Those challenges are manifested in wars, bombings, religious conflicts and other acts of war. War and other forms of destruction are self-expressions of an innate play where the actors get to express their challenges in material stages. The actors are so immersed in their roles in this play they forget that they wrote, and constructed the sets. They lose sight of the fact that they are acting. If they did realize they created their intense hatred, the urgency to solve the challenges would dissolve. Many of the people that want to act in these destructive plays choose to be born into certain ethnic groups as well as in certain countries.

We are still learning the importance of thought, and self-responsibility. The concept of killing has been misrepresented. Hate is killing. Separation is a form of killing and the despair and apathy we have toward the acts that conflict with our idea of truth is killing. The sacredness of life is rooted in self-responsibility. Reverence for life and our thoughts are crucial components in stopping the destruction we create.

The permissiveness of killing is the underlying cause of this destruction. If we allow killing for religion, justice, and revenge, we allow the killing of all living things. Reverence for all life gives us the ability to understand that the people that create these destructive plays choose a life of challenges for reasons of compensation.

In order to understand these reason of compensation, we have to understand the nature of the soul. The nature of the soul is not taught. The nature of the soul is pure consciousness. The soul experiences value fulfillment in a plethora of ways and through several aspects of its pure consciousness.

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