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The GateKeeper: Enforced Closure or Open Access?
The Gatekeeper: Open Access or Enforced Closure?
Within the soul is a place that opens into civil qualities to tame the nature of the human animal. Otherwise, the closure of that gate induces primal behavior from humanity. Enforced closure comes by those whose ambition is to conquer the populations of the world by natural dominance over flesh and blood. It is easier for them to rule through intimidation of the natural instincts then to encourage integration through peaceful equality. In contrast, open access comes through those who espouse equality, harmony, and civility within civilization.
The inner being of every person is under the jurisdiction of a divine presence. When there is open access to that living deity, the soul of the human animal fills with goodness, respect for life, and inner fruitage. The result of that openness puts “civil” into civilization. Enforced closure of that heavenly place is the same as opposition to the divinity that permeates the universe and every living creature. The consequences of shutting out the divinity includes the manifestation of evil, a disregard for life, and unfruitful impulses. That makes the behavior of the beastly nature of primal impulses easy to see.
The spiritual fruit helps us to distinguish if the gatekeeper enforces closure, or encourages open access to the divinity of the soul. The divine fruitage in the human spirit enables us to smile, share hugs, be joyful, and do humanitarian deeds for one another. That is only possible when we are open to the goodness that lives in us. If there is an enforceable closure of those inner gates, various attitudes will confront us that destroy positive attitudes from our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.
They close those heavenly gates by attempting to make us feel hatred and cruel intentions to someone or something, instead of opening to love, goodwill, and kindness. Their intentions are to fill us with conflict, harshness, and arrogance to impede the opening of peace, meekness, and gentleness. In essence, the mandatory closure is only possible through feelings of hopelessness, pessimism, and evilness, because within the gate we feel faith, joy, and goodness. As the inner doors to the presence of the deity closes, we remain in a condition of impatience, with a focus on endings, and uncontrolled impulses. Open access brings us patience, self-control, and perseverance in goodness, and contributes to the diminishing of the primal nature of the human animal.
Enforced closure brings the manifestation of the beastly nature of humanity, whereby worldly force becomes the method for taming the beastly animal. Enforced closure equals crimes perpetrated on humanity, but open access equates to peaceful harmony from top to bottom and side to side.
We know the nature of the gatekeeper by the type of sentiments created while fulfilling daily physiological needs. It is easy to feel pessimism about the unfit foods in the grocery stores, hazardous water supplies, undesirable air we might have to breathe, inadequate amount of sleep, and interruption in our elimination experience. Various degrees of hatred, conflicted feelings, despair, and irritable impulses begin to creep into our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. It is then we begin to realize that invoking negative attitudes enforce the closure of the goodness of our soul! Even so, the gatekeeper that encourages open access to the divinity of the soul wants us to feel healthy in fulfilling the needs of the human body. They want our inner being to feel the experience of compassion, tranquility, optimism, and endurance in the treatment of every day requirements.
We know the nature of the gatekeeper by the type of sentiments created regarding our safety and security. In today’s world, how easy it is to develop pessimism and hostile attitudes regarding our security. It seems as though there is no protection from exposure to bodily harm from hostile entities. Adding to that, we develop unfruitful feelings about the invasion of our privacy while we are in our homes. That can happen through invasion of our e-mail, internet, and phones or direct physical intrusion into our place of shelter. With both of the above, we develop irritable impulses from the chaotic but consistent nature of the threats imposed on us. Negative feelings that surface from within us cause the gates to the divinity to close, leaving us with hateful, violent, and despairing behaviors. Even so, as we respond to hostile, violent, and prejudicial entities from the softness of our inner being, the gates of our soul open to the living deity. It is then that we feel the rewards of peace, love, faith, and perseverance within our thoughts, emotions, and behavior, although chaos surrounds us.
We know the nature of the gatekeeper by the type of sentiments created within our social life. The harmony of our society depends on how well we relate to, tolerate, or “like” one another. Nevertheless, what would happen if we were constantly in the company of those who seem to agitate the goodness within our soul? The enforced closure of the divinity of the soul would bear the consequences of hatred, segregation, intolerance, and being unaffectionate to one another. The human beast would turn our communities into a fragmented battleground! Even so, when there is open access to the deity of our inner being, we experience equality and harmony with one another through love, belonging, acceptance, and sensual intimacy through smiles, hugs, and gentle caresses. The human animal becomes civil within the social structures because we welcome the source of inner fruitfulness.
We know the nature of the gatekeeper by the type of sentiments created towards the worth of the universal deity. Enforced closure causes pessimism to degrade the divine presence of the universe, negativism to those who accept the inner deity, and rejection of praise given to the spirit of goodness. They who want to shut out the inner fruitfulness of humanity are ambitious to be the soul source of authority, to rule over the human animal. Even so, open access to the celestial being of the soul esteems the supreme worth of that entity as being the source of everything human beings need. That causes us to respect one another as the “vessels,” or dwelling place of a very special presence. In that light, we praise that spirit of goodness, life, and fruitfulness as those qualities manifests in one another. We who welcome open access to that deity desires that supreme being to govern all humanity.
We know the nature of the gatekeeper by the type of sentiments created within self-expression. When we open our mouths to speak words, or move our body to perform deeds, we are expressing our ideas, beliefs, creativity, inspirations, and the values we hold within ourselves. Enforcing the closure of beneficial speech and actions comes by creating pessimism towards the ideals, beliefs, and values of others. We begin to use negative words and behaviors about the lifestyle of others because of the torment we experience from varying entities. When savage primal sentiments begin to flow through us, civil qualities are shut out of our inner soul. Even then, when there is open access to the divine goodness in us, our words and deeds shine with the evidence of spiritual fruit. We communicate civil traits of patience, self-control, goodwill, gentleness, and the spirit of goodness in our verbal, non-verbal, and behavioral responses.
The cycle begins with belief that open access to the divinity of the soul is evident by the spiritual fruit within the aura of the human animal. By that open gate, there is peace, but inner conflict and anger enforces the closure of tranquility. Similarly, humans experience joy from openness to the decency within, but pessimism and negativity are tools that enforce the closing of a happy place. Even so, we are able to bargain away the feelings that shut out fruitful qualities in exchange for the optimism coming from our receptivity to spiritual fruit. There is acceptance that anger, violence, and chaos are consequences of enforcing the closure of the fruitage within our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. That acceptance is open to patience, self-control, and perseverance as we invite civil qualities of peace, joy, meekness, and love into the spirit of humanity.
The believers grow in reservoirs where tender inner qualities bring access to goodness, respect for life, and fruitfulness of the soul. The attitudes that exit these reservoirs are words and deeds that are gentle, meek, peaceable, and compassionate. Those sentiments transfer directly through people who realize their inward softness opens to civility, and that pessimism locks a person into primal impulses. Indirectly, the transference comes by those who talk about negativism in conjunction with chaos, while referring to softness as being docile or domestic in nature.
We welcome open access to the supreme deity because we esteem the worth of tame qualities that come by the rewards of the spiritual fruit. The desire is to belong within a world where humanity is open to peace, love, faith, and perseverance. There is the realization that degradation of the divinity of the soul comes by negative, pessimistic, and hostile attitudes. The consequences of that is intolerance, violence, and mutilation of the human flesh by the beastly nature of humanity.
The humans likely to be hospitable to open access to the deity of the soul are those who espouse equality, harmony, tranquility, and endurance within humanity. They have no desire to shut out the soft and tender moistness from the way they think, feel, and behave. Their intent is to welcome the diminishing of pessimism that comes from the primal groaning of the flesh. Humane and civil qualities that come through the spiritual fruit are desirable to the hosts.
The cycle that begins with those who believe in open access to the source of goodness continues through to the host by the fruitfulness of the soul. The softness of the inner being consist of such qualities as love, meekness, gentleness, and goodness, which tames the savage nature of the human animal. Open access to the all powerful, all knowing, and ever-present deity is possible through that moist tenderness.
We can assess that open access to the divinity within us brings rewards of equality, peace, optimism, and perseverance in the spirit of humanity. The diagnosis is that enforced closure of that inward goodness, through pessimism and hostilities, cause primal chaotic consequences. Even so, we plan to keep ourselves open to the soft tenderness that exists in the soul. We implement that plan by responding to trying and difficult circumstances with peace instead of anger, love instead of hate, faith instead of despair, and perseverance instead of finality. The assessment of the success of that plan is by seeing the spiritual fruit develop in our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. We know that the divine fruitage is evident that we are open to the supreme deity.