posted on Jan, 31 2013 @ 09:50 PM
Originally posted by samaka
We need to observe EVERYTHING not matter where or what the source is, even the "bad" and if it's bad we strip away all the good from it and learn
and grow from it and dismiss the bad.
The Good One gives Everything.
It did not ever abandon the "bad". In the time before the human veil, we felt Its Goodness and not the bad. We were so in radiance that we did not
strive to leave paradise, to progress toward our inner light; we did not often leave the Good One's Light, across to everything's "else."
This is a good quote above.
But I have to use its words in a different way, poster:
To those who see me a rebel. If it is "bad" to have stripped away society's label from me, where I slept conforming, then be it that I removed
myself from what you think is "good", so that I delve lost from your god's arms - he who conditionally loves - and dove into the darkness. So I do,
that I may find the light once again and feel accomplished. I'll grow in the darkness, (for even "it" has a light within) and not learn to reject
it, but accept it as "the purpose" having now served me and itself. That purpose being to learn from it. Accept the darkness as oneself: the dark,
incomplete one that found its light within itself. In fact, in a world of sin, is this not the mission of such world's inhabitants who observe both
the "lost" and "evil" from the refuge of society?
Will you accept that mission, or will you wait for a saviour to "enlighten you" for you - and at the end of the life in such a world?
Consider your saviours those who "rescue" the evil ones, for none of you who await their holiness have found your own light and radiated it. That
makes you dark. You have merely knelt to one who has found light, and pleaded that you be taken away from a certain part of Everything that you deemed
undesirable/uncontrollable, or evil.
What your Saviour will give you, is what he gives all: Choice - to accept or deny the light...your light.