Divorce and Custody Rights On A Global Scale

06/09/2015 09:27

Divorce (or the dissolution of marriage) is the termination of a marital union, the canceling and/or reorganizing of the legal duties and responsibilities of marriage, thus dissolving the bonds of matrimony between a married couple under the rule of law of the particular country and/or state.Child custody and legal guardianship are legal terms which are used to describe the legal and practical relationship between a parent and his or her child, such as the right of the child to make decisions , and the parent's duty to care for the child. There are tragedies around the world involving school environments and people who gather in the spirit of community harmony. In essence, this is a result of a custody battle between the goodness of influential governments and disillusioned violent organizations. What it all comes down to is one "parent" seeks to honor the divine presence in all children while the other "parent" claims all divine qualities for self and requires complete dependence from the children and spouse. On a world scale we see violence committed on schools, harmonious groups, and within countries who claim a responsibility for internal and world affairs. This is a consequence of a divorce between agendas of governing world powers and disenfranchised or disillusioned pursuers of power and conquest. The children experience the trauma of the violent battle in this global custody fight. These children include the actual children who suffer the violence in the schools as well as citizens who are devastated with explosions as they seek harmonious living through civil social bonds. As one parent wants to keep the children in an environment that enhances a civil society the other parent insists that is not possible until their way is recognized as the only proper guideline for family living. The homes, communities, or countries around the world are tore apart and fragmented over the quest for power and who has proper authority to gain custody of the children. Especially so relating to the abandonment or the effort to abandon the gay children around the world.

The divinity that exists within the soul of every individual owns the custody rights to every life around the globe. To be a fruitful parent translates into being a fruitful stewart over the lives entrusted to us by the deity that permeates this universe. In reverence to that divine presence we desire to see spiritual fruitfulness of the children in our homes, community, as well as the "children" who reside within any culture around the world. In that fruitfulness sprouts the desire for tranquilty in the environment in which we are parenting. Those fruitful stewards of the deity's children convey to the family the importance of the sanctity of life and to revere the life of people who seem to be outside the family. This also includes respect for the divine potential in every life including gay children and the gay communities around the world. To respect that divine potential is to acknowledge the light that shines on the one who holds ultimate custody rights and to whom we are responsible to as stewards of those children. In essence, positive enegy blossoms in what we say and do relating to the global family which keeps a marriage together to give the children a pleasant community experience. When a marriage dissolves it brings about negative consequences for the children who are caught in an unfrutiful custody battle. The marriage fragments because one parent wants to assume the role as being the one with ultimate custody rights to the children while downplaying the deity who has the true rights to custody. They divorce themselves from the divinity of their inner life. As the inner life becomes desolate and unfruitful the children are thrust into an environment of conflict, violence, and chaos. Within the chaotic custody battle the sanctity for the life of humanity is forsaken as fatal and severe consequences happen because of the ill intentions coming from the unfruitful parent. They attempt to portray themselves as the ultimate parent and provider but they neglect to recognize the parenting potential of those who revere the deity that resides within the soul of all. Negative energy full of pessimism fills the atmosphere of the homes, community, and global family as hostility is hurled to the children who place themselves in the custody of the deity while refusing to submit to an intolerant and exclusionary parent. A marriage stays together because we revere the divinity of our inner life that enables fruitful and impartial compassion and love for children and "children" around the globe.

An often used tactic in a bitter custody fight is to disprove the fruitful qualities in one parent while at the same time claiming those fruitful qualities for self. It's common knowledge that if we expect to have custody of children then we have to come across as a fit parent by portraying ourselves as a civil and socially responsible person. This is especially true on the scale of government leaders who have to have appropriate reasons for the decisions they make that affect the children they are stewards over. Abuse and ill intent towards any population of people that leaders rule over is grounds for being dismissed from office by civil means of impeachment or by more brutal means of removal. Likewise, when a couple in a home goes through a divorce they must provide positive evidence that they are socially appropriate to remain the authority figure of the children they hope to gain custody of. In this light, we see how practical and necessary it is to allow the spiritual fruit to flow through us to genuinely be able to contribute to the proper nurturing of children and "children." While some people degrade spiritually fruitful people as being hateful, cruel, and full of malicious intent they are themselves absent of the love, goodwill, and kindness that the children need. They are full of abuses towards others and "children" who are rebellious of their claim of being the source of all goodness and provisions. Instead of making a contribution of peace through a meek and gentle spirit they stir up conflict against other "parents" and kids who go about making peace with those who have been excluded from the family. They rob outsiders of joy, goodness, and faith by conveying pessimism, despair, and evilness towards those who oppose their intent to gain custody of the occupants of humanity. Towards the fruitful parents they only intend for them to quit and end their desire to be stewards over the deity's children while inciting them to out of control behaviors and unfruitful impulsiveness. The unfruitful parent intends to manipulate the fruitful parent's mental, emotional, and behaviorial responses to show the world how unfit they are to rule over a population of people or even their own children. It is through the spirit of patience, self-control, and perseverance in fruitfulness that we keep a marriage together to allow the children to blossom in a wholesome and community oriented environment.

OUR HEALTH
The health of children might suffer during a bitter custody dispute. This is summed up in the notion that an unfruitful parent is attempting to poison the children against the fruitful parent. The child's mind is filled with negative thoughts about the other parent which turns emotions and behaviors against the affections of nurturing care givers. In effect, the children become emotionally, mentally, and behaviorally unhealthy in their responses to fruitful intentions. They become uncontrollable, filled with unfruitful impulses, and attempt to end their relationship with the socially responsible parent. On a community wide, national, or global level we can see how these unhealthy sentiments would spark desolate and abominable deeds towards the health of a civil community. In essence, health care for physical, emotional, and mental trauma could become hard to obtain. Many left without health insurance of any kind due to powerful influences divorcing their agendas which leaves the children as their victims. Because the unfruitful parent is not recognized as the sole and only proper resource of all good provisions the unfruitful parent refuses to participate in agreements that allow the fruitful parent to bring health care to all "children" on an equal and impartial basis. In fact, they have a leisurely and laid back attitude about physical abuses to the body. Such abuses that bring unhealthy consequences through poor nutrition, alcoholism, drug abuse, unsanitary conditions, and exhaustion. The attitude of the unfruitful parent is that if they cannot have singular custody of the children then no one can have them in a healthy condition. To keep ourselves healthy within a bitter custody fight we have to focus on the qualities that fill us with spiritual fruitfulness. That fruitfulness is the glue that bonds a family together. In that fruitfulness is found patience, self-control, and perseverance. Patience to wait for good fruit to blossom to add glue to healthy responses. Self-control to keep us from engaging into the fray of desolate and abominable acts. And perseverance to keeps in a nurturing spirit towards the health and welfare of one another. Everything stated above includes the gay children of families and the global population.

OUR SAFETY
The safety of children might suffer during a bitter custody dispute. It's all too common of how many children are caught in the middle of domestic violence, even to the point of bodily injury and even death. An unfruitful parent becomes bitter because the other parent has custody of the children and with premeditation slaughters the ex-spouse as well as any child. Consequently, we see these murderous rampages on a global scale perpetrated on schools, wholesome social gatherings, and any entity that the disenfranchised parent feels criticized by. Because the unfruitful parents are not portrayed as the sole provider of a safe and secure environment, and do not have absolute loyalty from those they seek authority over, they act out in harsh, domineering, and hostile ways. They use intimidation and various degrees of threats against the physical welfare of the children, "children," or fruitful parents that rely on the divinity of inner life to create and hold a family together. The unfruitful parent demands allegience as the source of all goodness and tranquility in the environment. If that doctrine is violated then various forms of domestic abuses begin to occur which leads to separation, divorce, and a bitter custody battle. Within that custody battle the unfruitful parent will attempt to portray the frutiful parent as unfit due to leaving the children exposed to harm, hazards in the home, and chaotic unpredictability from day to day. They do not relate to the spirit of meekness, gentleness, and peace unless those qualities are describing them. In essence, because the fruitful parent raises the children in a serene and stable environment of peace, meekness, and gentleness without the other parent then the disenfranchised parent retalliates. That retalliation is an effort to make life chaotic, hectic, and unbearable  for the family who rejects their unfruitful authority. Even so, a marriage stays together when both parents shares the desire to bring reverence to the deity of this universe and instills that desire into the life of the children. When we revere the divine goodness of inner life then we are given the rewards of the spiritual fruit which brings a safe and secure environment to children in homes, "children" of the global community, gay children, and children of various cultures.

OUR PLACE OF BELONGING
Children might be displaced socially during a bitter custody battle. From time to time we might hear children crying and screaming from their tender voices "No, no, I don't wanna go! I don't wanna go!" And we also might know those same sentiments of having to go someplace that we have no desire to go. This happens because we feel the place we are going is unpleasant and not part of our social plans. This happens from time to time. But in a bitter custody battle this becomes a more serious issue when children are thrust into a population of people that are not only undesirable but are hateful, intolerant of what is admired, are abusive to sensual intimacy, and are downright exclusionary of the people that are truly desired. An unfruitful parent would attempt to create barriers to the social network that the children and fruitful parent would find pleasant and desirable. The intent is to solicit absolute loyalty to their need to be the sole source of compassion, provisions, and undisputed authority figure. They isolate the other influences that bring love, kindness, and goodwill to the children so that their authority is not "polluted" by those outside the family. In this instance, the children are put into social situations that are uncomfortable, painful, and hurtful. Their place of belonging is becoming something they abhor as those around them seem hateful, cruel, and filled with ill intentions towards the people that really make them feel wanted, loved, and included. From this point the environment in the home begins to fragment as the fruitful parent pleas for compassion relating to the social networking of the family. The fruitful parent calls for acceptance, tolerance, intimacy, love, and belonging for all the people that honors the divinity of the soul and thereby flowers with inner fruitfulness. The unfruitful parent discards the pleas of the fruitful parent based on the intent to be the sole and undisputed leader of the social agenda. From there, the children are thrust into a bitter custody dispute which creates friction relating to the child's place of belonging. The unfruitful parent plans to keep the children immersed into an environment that robs them of the inner desire to bond and connect with others from the pleasant qualities that exist of the inner life. From within the homes and communities around the world friction exists within the social environment because the deity that permeates this universe is opposed as unfruitful characters attempt to portray themselves as the source of all goodness and social harmony. Also, the gay children in our families must be included, loved, and given intimacy within the home and our social structures globally. As we welcome, praise, and rejoice over the divinity of our inner life then we will blossom with love, tolerance, and sensual intimacy to create a desirable and pleasant place of belonging in our global community.

OUR WORTH
The light shining on the divine worth of children might dim amidst a bitter custody fight. To really recognize the worth of children is to be able to see the divinity within the soul of every individual. In this light, the child would be cherished and each parent would want the child to be nurtured in the qualities that come from that divine inner presence. When each parent decides to raise a child according to the goodness of inner life then that mutual respect among the parents would produce fruitful results in the children. Accordingly, within the home, communities, and globally there would be spiritual fruitfulness to bring about tranquility, a reverence for the sanctity of life, and a flow of positive energy through the family. In contrast, becoming irreverant to the deity that permeates our universe and inner life comes about because an unfruitful parent wants to rule over the all-knowing and all-powerful being that exists everywhere. They need complete submission from the children and other parent while diverting their admiration away from the divine qualities of the soul. As the fruitful parent begins sensing an atmosphere that is hostile to the source of civil behaviors then mutual respect in the marriage begins to diminish. The unfruitful parent belittles, degrades, and regards the fruitful spouse as worthless. In this hostile environment the children in the homes, community, and "children" around the globe become tools used by the unfruitful parent in a demented effort to gain control over the child. In this bitter custody fight the divine value of the children is neglected for the purpose of humiliating the fruitful parent. Reverence for the divinity within the child is ignored as the child becomes desolate and barren of inner fruitfulness. The children become disrespectful to the authority who gives proper respect to the all-knowing, all-powerful, and ever present deity that lives within every individual. Not only are the children left with inner turmoil but it results in conflict in the homes, community, and global population. A mutual feeling of awe for the sanctity of life is lost within sentiments of hate, cruelty, and ill intentions. In effect, all respect for the goodness of inner life is opposed as the unfruitful "parent" battles the fruitful "parent" leaving the worth of the child relegated to a tool in a hostile custody fight. The environment that was once family oriented becomes filled with pessimistic and negative energy in words and deeds. Even then, by reverence to the light shining on the divine presence existing in every person humanity is rewarded with spiritual fruitfulness. In that fruitfulness there is mutual respect for the worth of every individual and that mutual recognition of the supreme being keeps a family together. This includes families with gay children and includes the gay communities around the globe.

We should recognize the divinity existing in the inner life of gay children as well so that they are not left with parents that bring about their utter desolation, turmoil, exposure to murderous intent, nor to be regarded as having no worth to the deity, and not to be bombarded with pessimistic sentiments.

OUR IDENTITY
The self-expression of a child's identity would run afoul within a bitter custody dispute. Part of the joy of having a child is to muse over the traits that look so much like the parents. For example, the smile is an exact copy of the mother's, or the gleam in the baby's eye is a spitting image of the father. Then the child might even mature always expressing the idea that the smile came from mom and the eyes are from dad. In contrast, in a bitter custody dispute the child might feel compelled to adopt the beliefs, behaviors, and way of thinking of one parent or the other. In many cases a child may choose which parent to live with for the majority of the time. In essence, the children of a divorced family will identify either with the unfruitful parent or the fruitful parent. And this identification will determine the child's self-expression in words and behaviors. In the process the unfruitful parent reiterates time and time again the despair and sadness that would come with continuing a relationship with the fruitful parent. The child might begin to identify with the unfruitful parent by sharing the same sentiments, beliefs, and attitudes about the fruitfulness of good people in the society. That identification includes words and deeds that spreads negativism towards anybody that does not fit into the image that the unfruitful parent guides the child by. In essence, the spirit of optimism for the fate of others disappears because of the disassociation from people who differ from the beliefs, attitudes, and culture established by the unfruitful parent. Alternatively, when a child identifies with the fruitful parent then optimism returns in the spirit to convey constructive beliefs and attitudes. The child learns that it's not necessary to speak evil and do negative deeds to others simply because they don't share the same guidelines for dressing, eating, believing, etc. In fact, the spirit of joy returns along with a feel of goodness and faith. That spirit returns because reverence is given to the deity of the soul who has sole custody to the children of humanity. The child learns to identify with the positive energy of society to speak words and deeds that contributes to civil qualities through compassion. Likewise, gay children need to be given the right to freely express their identity through the spirit of optimism.

We can asses that maintaining custody of children and people under our care requires fruitfulness from our inner life which comes by reverence to the deity of our inner life. This is the good parent, which is beneficial for the global population and for harmony in the home. The diagnosis is that some people attempt to rule over others by harsh, domineering, and possessive behaviors while claiming themselves as being the source of all needs and goodness. This is the unfruitful parent, which creates a chaotic atmosphere in the home as well as in countries around the world. Even so, we plan to relinquish custody rights to the deity that permeates this world by allowing spiritual fruitfulness to flower in how we relate to those in our homes, neighborhoods, country, and global cultures. We implement that plan by welcoming the goodness of our inner life and conveying a soft, moist, and tender attitude to all children of humanity through tolerance, acceptance, sensual intimacy, and love. We know we have successfully implemented our plan when the marriage of social cohesion results by our responses of peace, love, faith, and perseverance.

Some people will deny that the children of humanity are under the guardianship of the divinity of our inner life. That divine presence has sole custody rights to every child and rewards each individual with spiritual fruitfulness for reverence to that inward goodness. When the unfruitful parent sees divine qualities blossom in others they realize they are not the main focus of the child's thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. In that event they convey anger, debate, and conflict towards those "children" for the purpose of disturbing their inner peace. They want to be thought of as the source of all tranquility and the only person fit to maintain custody of the children of humanity. When a child expresses the joy that is not associated with the unfruitful parent then sentiments are hurled at them that are negative, pessimistic, sour, and depressing. The malicious parent attempts to coerce loyalty through happiness of carnal and materialistic items while attacking the optimism that comes from the spriitual qualities that they cannot give. Their idea of making conversation, negotiating, or bargaining is to establish their self-importance as the source of all goodness and provisions for life. In that process they intend to diminish your reliance on the divinity of the soul from where all good fruit originates. Even so, acceptance that the all powerful, all knowing, and ever present deity is the sole custodian of the children around the globe is the only way to establish a marriage that unites humanity as a family. In our reverence to that deity the children and parents in that marriage blossom with the fruit of love, peace, faith, and perseverance to glue the fellowship together.   

There are reservoirs, cultures, or populations of people who are responsible for bitter custody battles over the children in their homes, children in the local community, and the global children of humanity. They will attack the divine fruit of the inner life for the purpose of coercing loyalty to their desire to be the source of all provisions. The attitudes that exit those reservoirs include arrogance, superiority, and dominance over the "children" to establish themselves as the sole custodian of the global population. Their words encase tones of hostility and intolerance to the spiritual fruitfulness that exists in the emotions, behaviors, and ideas of others. They realize those good fruit come from internal rewards and are not something that can be given through man-made resources. Their behaviors are such that intend to impede, prohibit, and otherwise thwart the coming together of a family spirit that does not reflect them as the facilitator of that union. They are not able to share their goals for the children with the deity and true giver of all good qualities. Those attitudes transfer directly through people who intend to be the undisputed ruler over the people. Indirectly, those attitudes transfer through the "children" who have chosen the man-made rewards of the unfruitful parent while opposing the fruitfulness of a civil society.

The negative attitudes resulting from a bitter custody fight enter us through our feelings of worth and desire for a loving place of belonging. We might feel a sense of having no worth as the unfruitful and fruitful parent engage in painstaking negotiations over who should rightfully have custody to the children. The child will separate self from the humiliation, degradation, and destruction of the dispute which seems to center around them. They become indifferent to either parent as they seek a place of neutrality where they hope to recover a morsel of esteem. In the process they relinquish a lot of respect for their inner goodness and begin to adopt associations that avoid the fruitfulness of a civil society while also avoiding the destructive beliefs of the unfruitful parent. In essence, they become bonded with social circles that indulge in unhealthy habits. They do that in an effort to avoid the fear of fruitful living while refusing to become a part of those who claim custody rights over the deity who own those custody rights.

Those susceptible to hosting attitudes against a marriage through the divinity of inner life have ethics based on work, family, and respect for the hand that feeds them. However, that patriotism is not from the goodness, joy, goodwill, love, peace, and perseverance towards attitudes that enable a civil society to exist. As the bitter custody dispute rages they are thankful for the money and all the things money can buy while becoming cold and unfeeling towards the abused, neglected, and hurt children. As we know, those suffering children include those experiencing the school violence, as well as the trauma of explosions at community events. By placing ourselves in the custodial care of the deity of this universe we feel compassion, love, and goodwill for the spiritual needs of the children everywhere. Instead of being a susceptible host we become a fruitful parent with prayers, edifying words, and constructive behaviors towards those we meet from day to day. We interrupt the cycle of the negativism of within a bitter custody battle by relinquishing or custody to the divine presence of our inner life. In that custody we blossom with spiritual fruitfulness. In that soft, moist, and tender fruitfulness we relate to one another impartially to encourage life through the deity that permeates our universe.