Fruitage In Our Safety

02/15/2013 21:00

Fruitfulness in Our Safety

Fruitfulness in our desire for a safe and secure atmosphere comes from a need for bodily protection through a stable and sheltering environment. We want to keep our muscles and bones together in one piece, not torn and broken apart. Unsafe surroundings threaten us physically and cause insecurities. Our homes, or other types of sheltering structure, contribute to our need of safety and security. A stable and tranquil environment provides comfort through the fruit of peace.

A divine presence resides within the soul of the body, which is the source of our safety and security. The nature of that inward divinity imparts a zeal for life, the spirit of goodness, and spiritual fruit. As we open ourselves to that deity, we discover protection from day to day through a love for life. Because we value life, we want to live, and desire for others to live as well. Honoring that supreme inner presence brings a stable atmosphere through the spirit of goodness. We want good results to blossom among one another, inducing tranquility. A sheltering environment begins to manifest when we esteem the deity within us. That deity rewards us with spiritual fruit to shelter us with comfort in our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.

The softness of the spiritual fruit provides the qualities necessary for the protection of the body through a stable and sheltering environment. Tranquility in the environment brings protection, and comes through a meek and gentle spirit of peace. With tranquility, there is shelter within a harmonious atmosphere, coming by the fruit of kindness, goodwill, and love. Adding to harmony, our stability becomes consistent through the fruitage of perseverance, self-control, and patience. Our optimism interweaves with our sense of safety and security through the spirit’s fruit of joy, faith, and goodness.

HEALTH
We feel safe and secure in our health when there is protection of our body through a sanitary environment. One that is stable in sheltering us from disease. Maintaining the spiritual qualities of compassion, tranquility, optimism, and consistency ensure security of our health. That inspires measures to protect our physiology from biohazards and filth that cause the growth of pathogens, riddling us with sickness. There should be stability in the security of our health, not exposing us to variable contagions that come and go with the wind. We desire an atmosphere that provides shelter to guard us from situations that cause mental, emotional, and behavioral anxiety.

SOCIAL BELONGING
We feel safe and secure in our social acceptance when there is protection of our relationships through a loving environment. An environment that is stable in sheltering us from the destruction of intolerance and hate. Maintaining the spiritual qualities that generate tolerance, tenderness, happiness, and loyalty ensures safety in our place of belonging. Those qualities protect our relationships from anti-social haters who incite fragmentation, communal insecurities, and violence. We desire stability in the security of loving bonds, not erratic unions of insincerity, disharmony, and physical abuses. Sheltering one another by embracing the spiritual fruit in our acceptance of others keep us safe from antics that are brutal to our social cohesion.

WORTH
We feel safe and secure within our sense of worth when there is protection of our value through an environment that esteems one another. That is a stable environment sheltering our egos from destructive humiliation. We should desire to maintain the spiritual quality that enables us to be loving, peaceful, joyous, and persevering. That instills esteem in a person’s worth. Then, inspiration comes to protect egos from the degrading humiliation of destructive influences. There should be stability in the estimation we receive for the worth we hold to others, not having a shallow role to play one day, then another pretentious plot the next. We desire an atmosphere with shelter that guards us from situations that abuse, use, and destroy our value to a genuine and well-meaning society.

SELF-EXPRESSION
We feel safe and secure in our self-expression when there is protection of our speech and deeds through an environment open to mutual exchanges. That environment would be stable in sheltering us from oppression of our inward fruitage. We should embrace the spiritual qualities that enable us to be edifying, hospitable, optimistic, and tolerant. That establishes security of our self-expression. Then, inspiration comes to protect our words and deeds from those who are intolerant, conflicted, and quarrelsome oppressors. There should be stability in the security of what we say and do. We do not want to be vulnerable to the changing desires of those who want you to speak and behave according to variable dictates. We desire an atmosphere that provides shelter to guard our verbal and non-verbal communication from subjugation.

THE CYCLE
The harbingers of a safe and secure environment house the spiritual fruit within themselves. They seek protection of the body through a stable and sheltering environment. Those people do not express anger or pessimism but rely on the fruit of peace and joy to contribute to their tranquility. The harbingers do not bargain away the fruitage of their soul, which stabilizes their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. They accept that the divinity of the inner being is the source of their safety and security.

The harbingers of a safe and secure environment become reservoirs of people with growth of spiritual fruit. They embrace peacefulness, stability, and serenity. From that reservoir exit attitudes in words and deeds that communicate the spirit of peace to bring protection of the body through a stable and sheltering environment. Attitudes that exit from them transfer through people who desire to attach themselves to serene and tranquil qualities. They see the peace, gentleness, and meekness among others, or experience the inner calm personally.

The attitude for safety and security enter us through our sense of worth. We feel more value for our worth then to be torn and broken to pieces through conflict and violence. That is when we begin to esteem the spirit of peace. Through that self-esteem, we want to belong to a safe and secure environment. That is an environment bringing protection through a stable and sheltering atmosphere. Once those qualities enter us, we want to host the spiritual fruit within our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. They make us feel safe and secure through an inner peace, comfort, and tranquility.

The cycle that brings a safe and secure environment continues through the spiritual fruit. That fruit is the soft and moist tenderness of our inner being flowing with meekness, gentleness, and peace. The divinity of our soul generates the fruitage that enables the protection of our body through a stable and sheltering environment.
We can assess that being safe and secure comes through the divine goodness of the soul, the source of spiritual fruit. The diagnosis is that protection of our body through a stable and sheltering environment relates to inner qualities. Those qualities include love, peace, faith, and perseverance. We plan to contribute to the construction of a safe and secure environment. The implementation of that plan comes by responding to life experiences through the moist softness of our soul. We evaluate the progress of that plan through the qualities of the spirit’s fruit. We desire the spirit of harmony, tranquility, optimism, and consistency to transfer through us. When that happens, we know we are adding to a safe and secure atmosphere.