Thursday, February 27, 2014

Blessed Brother Sirvante, On: The Elements Of Understanding!

Have you ever been in one of those positions where you just try, and try to explain yourself;  but for some reason the person you're trying to explain yourself to just doesn't seem to get it!  It can be exhausting, confusing, troubling, irritating, and even upsetting at times.  Depending on the nature of what the misunderstanding may, or may not be about.  Sometimes these discussions can become so deep and protracted out that you might even begin to wonder if maybe somebody is just playing with your intelligence. You reach for containment in the better part of valor, only to discover that perhaps your opposition doesn't have any honor, or dignity to attach your valor to!  In matters of consternation and disapproval of a clear swipe to the left of your sensibilities.  It becomes important to understand that one person's viewpoint may not always be mutually attainable in equitable dispositioning.  And it may not have anything to do with the rationality of your comprehensions.  Sometimes things are just born into adversity.  And sometimes adversity steals the high road on the better part of valor.  And indignity becomes a byproduct of the road less traveled. Should we not seek for peace in the confusion of a dilapidated state.  And should we not turn to reason when understanding passes by?  These are all questions that come to mind when we seek to middle ground.  And these are all thoughts in the elements of confusion.  So where do we draw the line in the attainability of the right to good.   And how do we come to agreement in the discombobulation of the mind as expressed from the inner feelings of the heart?  Can two thoughts intersect in the harmony of the real without disproportionality becoming the greater friend?  Is union based on the collapsibility of instinct?  Do we naturally come to the placement of self?  Or is all evolution contained within the extrapolation of being?  I know in my heart to give is good! Yet to receive can be a very pleasant experience as well.  Depending on what you're getting, and who's extending the hand.  We like to think that all exchange can be resolved  to the point of most favor.  But in truth that's not always the case.  So we must often times learn to make peace with opposition.  And in doing so learn to love the peace that is naturally contained within ourselves. If only we were to take the time to seek first understanding from an interior relevancy point of view, before we extenuated the truth of the relevancy of self.  I should think that most arguments, or misunderstandings as it were, would then take on the persona of a resolute presentation worthy of a predisposed positioning.  Solving most issues before they arise to the level of desconbogilation.  And enhance our overall enjoyment of mutual engagement for resolution in communication of will.  I find harmony to best be expressed in the spirit of right. As brought forward in truth to the conclusion of achievement.  In the words of Jesus Christ, "Love thy neighbor as thyself.  And trust in the Lord to make all things right!"  Thereby bringing peace to your spirit;  and understanding to your life!
Bless you all in the name of Jesus!  Blessed Brother Sirvante

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