Localized and Systemic Infections: A Spiritual Viewpoint

08/30/2014 10:16 Generally there are two types of infections: systemic and localized. A systemic infection is in the bloodstream and is spread throughout the body. It causes general symptoms such as fever, chills, or mental confusion. A localized infection is confined to a specific location in the body and has local symptoms. In a spiritual sense, we can know the type of infection according to interactions with divine qualities within the human spirit. A localized "infection" might originate through an acquaintance or a small body of people with the possibility of transferring into mainstream society. A systemic "infection" involves unfruitfulness that is interwoven through all of society. The best way to contrast the two spiritual "infections" is by what we see and hear through news media. An example of a systemic infection is the culture of the Islamic State and their unfruitful perpetrations upon humanity. The example of a localized "infection" would be individuals or small groups of people who perpetrate violence in the schools or within their own family. From here, let's continue with this article; "Localized and Systemic Infections: A Spiritual Viewpoint."



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OUR HEALTH
Issues relating to our health might be localized or systemic.

originates at home per say, unhealthiness sent to social places, attempting systemic infection, systemic unhealthiness involve troubled attitudes towards humanity and difficualties relating in a positive way to the welfare of the communities health.

OUR SAFETY
Issues relating to our safety might be localized or systemic.

OUR PLACE OF BELONGING
Issues relating to our place of belonging might be localized or systemic.

OUR WORTH
Issues relating to the light of our divine worth might be localized or systemic.

OUR IDENTITY
Issues relating to the positive expression of our identity might be localized or systemic.


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