THOUGHTS ABOUT THE GREAT COMMISSION IN DAILY LIFE

The past twenty four hours, my head’s been swimming with many things to share with you here. At first I wanted to write a post with topics in descending order of importance. Well, all were important, albeit not all of equal weight. The qualifier for that distinction is this: how will the topics help others attain eternal life? Because that’s what drives me: helping others to have better lives. Not only in terms of ascension nutrition, or feeling listened to and that someone cares (they are not alone, but loved, even if by a stranger), and which is why I encourage comments, or teaching someone something they can utilize to improve the lives of those whom they love, which creates that ripple effect so often spoken of. For the most part, humans feel that they need to matter. What matters more than making the lives of others better? If one is driven solely by personal gain and avarice, benevolence and empathy are absolutely not in their identity’s ideological and modus operandii baggage, although so many, whether the truly and outwardly malevolent, or those who, in varying states of denial, duplicitously pretend to care while wearing masks and playing the role of fellow human quite well, as wolves in sheep’s clothing do while they pick from the flock, isolating the weak members to their interactive proximity in order to opportunistically devour them to strengthen themselves. The state of the world is so: the majority of people, whether they claim to be “godly” or not, are just this.

In our daily walk we are therefore tasked to help others realize the underpinning of lies this world is based on and the truth behind the lies we have all been fed. The work of this great commission is grueling, ceaseless, and in this life, for those who practice this duty with all they are able to, frankly completely alienating, and that is a cross that we bear, as Yehushua did. Reading sacred texts, the bible, taking walks, a soaking nano-removal detox bath with essential oils all help. I find that intermittent fasting causes less roadblocks to spiritual cognition and remembrance of the truths and promises when I most need them. Of course, prayer and meditation go without saying.

Being invested less in the material possession vortex is a great help in maintaining focus on what matters eternally vs. temporally. While being judged by those who know me (and know what I have lost since the period of time surrounding my divorce and then presenting with Morgellons) is not easy, and takes energy to maintain my own self-esteem/personal estimation equilibrium, I count it as another proof that I am on the right path. If I was winning the love of many, that would be worldly love. It may be lonely and isolated, but this reality of walking the spiritual path of the great commission is the only one that matters for the soul, and the souls of others I am able to touch with the Word. I am humbled that I can even think I am worthy for this task, but for His Grace…

 

 

 

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