Saturday, May 11, 2013

On: Nurturing The Spirit!

We to often go through life without ever really taking the proper time to figure out where we came from, and where we're going.  Our lives sometimes become a jumbled mess of what if's, and what could of's.  We get discouraged!  We fall into despair!   And sometimes we even lose our barrings on where we really want to go with our lives.  We seek endeavors that prove themselves out to be pointless, or miss guided at best.   We search the universe and the stars for some kind of deeper depth of understanding.  All the while hoping to find something more central to the existence of us!   Could it be we are truly alone when we are lonely.  Is there truth in the thought that in the end we all must face our own short comings?  And if so, why?  Can there not be a better way to meet two parts to the middle?  Does our understanding really limit us to the projections that are wholly contained in the centralization of self?  Or can we look forward to a grander day. A day when freedom of the spirit will release us to a better way.  We must all be willing to not only search the inner depths of our own understanding;  but rather, and including the inner depths of our own perception as well.  Because seeing is two parts to the third part of believing.   You can't get to destiny if you don't know where destiny is.   Yet we don't know destiny until we get there.  Or so it seems.  I've heard it said that sometimes we create our own destiny.  By our ways, and conducts, and actions!  I think there's probably more truth in that then not.   As we seek to search for a better self.   One that's independent of the shallowness of our own understanding.  Something that perhaps truly might lift us to a better day, in a better kind of way.  I think we should all remember that, there is truth in God!  And God's truth is absolute.   Wholly separate and apart from ourselves.   Yet with the power to lift us to a better day in a better way.  In truth we find peace!   In truth we find God!  Pray on it!
Bless you all in the name of Jesus!  Blessed Brother Sirvante.

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