reply to post by FlyersFan
Notice how when a child is born, and is given everything that he wants, and everything he demands, and is patronized is entire life, he, by nature of
the ease surrounding his life, becomes spoiled. When a child becomes spoiled, it means that they believe they are more important than everyone else
around them; they consider themselves above even those that gave life to them.
Now when a child is raised with discipline, and is allowed to endure the hardships, not only which he creates for himself, but also the hardships that
others have created for him, then he learns wisdom, and learns empathy, and learns to love, and to give, and to be quiet and pay attention, and to
have reverence for those that came before him because of their suffering by default, and to have respect for all life, knowing their pain.
Not speaking concerning abilities, the reason you have your mortal body is because you must endure the suffering in order to understand. Once you
understand, you no longer need to endure the suffering. But people will want to cause you suffering because you understand, which makes them jealous.
They convince themselves that you do not understand and that you are a fool. So they want you to suffer even more for the wisdom that you have.
But then we suffer so that we show our resolve, and also further prove our love for everyone, even those that hurt us. And if we were born impervious
to damage, how can we than prove our endurance?
And for those that see the resolve and the endurance, and especially the love, even for the very enemies which torture them, eventually, when those
same enemies suffer themselves their own hardships or what someone else puts on them, then they will become in the shoes of those whom they tortured.
And they will remember the love and strength which you had. And they will desire to be that. And they will desire how to receive that.
If it wasn't for the pain and suffering, which is horrible, but it must exist for this purpose, then there would be no learning this: Love is greater
than the desire for power and authority.
For it exists beforehand, but how can it be proven when there is a spirit that begins to lie, and calls all truth a lie? The accuser must be
addressed. Only a perfect answer can shut the energetic and arrogant lips of the most manipulative accuser. So then we, for the sake of everyone,
agree to entertain the answer, and to be a part of it, that all things will become perfect for everyone. For if we seek only our own perfection, we
fail, because that is the desire for power and authority. As well, when we seek only our own perfection, we are saying, "You are not as important as
me." Though nature itself, as base as it is, proves this a lie; for if one was more important than the other, then why do both exist? For in
existence, something either is or is not.
If it is not, then it is not important. If it is, then it is important.
Many words for many different angles. But everyone should be able to understand it simply enough.
If it is exists, it is important. If it does not exist, it is not important.
Therefore, lies cause that which is unimportant to be important, and that which is important to be unimportant.
And that is why there is confusion, and why we have such a hard time understanding purpose. Confusion. That's simple, right?
You know, it's a feeling inside of you that takes less than a nanosecond to process; but when considering relaying that information to an audience, it
seems like so much more.
edit on 8/24/2013 by TarzanBeta because: minus "s"