Saturday, August 10, 2013

Blessed Brother Sirvante, On: Uniformity in Peace!

Probably one of the most difficult things in life is to come to terms with the shortcomings of our own existence.  It's so easy sometimes to just point the finger of accusation at others, while at the same time omitting the accusatory of self.  We all have an innate need to be right!  We've all been known at times to hold positions on issues of substance perhaps allot stronger than might otherwise be warranted, given the totality of any given situation.  Yet we persist on, self assured of our own indignation contained within our own directive point of view.  And then we wonder what the confusion is when it comes to igniting the enlightened understandings of others.  If you come from a non-objective perspective.  Then you can't possibly expect an objective response in retort to any given position that has been proffered forward.  From an unbalanced, misplaced, disconcerted state of positioning.   Peace is attained in harmony!  Harmony is attained in uniformity.  Which means that in order to project the righteousness of your positions forward, it is critical that you come from a space of mutually conducive positioning.  You can't turn apples into oranges;  and you can't turn oranges into pears!  But if you put them all in the same bowl they still look pretty good! Because they come from a point of mutual understanding.  Their all fruit!  And they were created to be eaten.  Which gives them harmony in unicen.  People can learn allot from a bowl of fruit. Sometimes it's best just not to say anything.  And let the rhythm of the truth of your own existence speak for it's self.  Because life has a funny way of often times correcting itself! Sometimes we need to just step back and give it a chance.  Because truth will always surface to the top!  One need not prognosticate to obtain any given position.  And one need not always to position themselves in order to project forward a manufactured understanding, that in truth has no bases in the reality of any given situation.  Peace comes from within!  It never needs to be projected out.  Because then it becomes fabrication, manipulation, and wholesale distortion of the right of truth.  Be who you are!  Be consistent!  And always walk in your own truth.  Then others will see the truth in you!
Bless you all in the name of Jesus!  Blessed Brother Sirvante

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