May Day

05/09/2013 13:25

“May Day”

On May 1, known as “May Day,” masses of people gather around the world within the cities of their own countries for a common purpose. As phenomenal as it is, the singularity of the mass protests centers around government corruption with such issues as labor rights, availability of jobs, and even immigration rights. On that day, Pope Francis sent his own message of protest concerning slave labor in Bangladesh. Collectively, the human beast shares a worldwide yearning to demand humane treatment through goodness, goodwill, and love from those who claim authority over them.
A divine presence permeates the human animal, and is the light of the world. That deity is the sole source of the spirit of life, goodness, and fruitfulness to enable the spirit of optimism and equality within humanity. The masses of people on this planet clamor for the immigration of that divinity into the souls of the population, across all boundaries, to bring impartiality. With that, we desire the right to labor for the celestial deity in espousing unity, harmony, and oneness from neighbor to neighbor, and continent to continent. We aspire to a world where there are jobs for everyone, a workforce full of people living in unison with the divine presence, and as common as the brightness of the sun.

The spiritual fruit are rewards given within the spirit of humanity when we welcome the immigration of, and labor for, the divine presence. By opening our inward borders to the source of goodness, the human animal experiences behaviors that are industrious with fruitfulness. Collectively, the human species begins to be assertive in the desire for harmony, tranquility, optimism, and consistency with workers and management. Immigration rights, labor rights, and the availability of jobs manifest as the primal nature of humanity subsides. That is when the spirit of the animal begins to develop spiritual fruit in our inspirations, feelings, and actions. Humane treatment relating to the economy and government comes through kindness, goodwill, gentleness, meekness, joy, goodness, patience, self-control, love, peace, faith, and perseverance.

The cycle begins with belief that immigration rights, labor rights, and availability of jobs comes as we acknowledge the deity that permeates the universe. In that acknowledgment, we feel unnaturally at peace with one another, as there is no anger within our search for industry. Similarly, the alien fruit of joy replaces pessimism in our quest for a meaningful existence. We are able to bargain away walls, borders, and close-mindedness in exchange for the immigration of the spirit of goodness, life, and fruitfulness. There is acceptance that we are laborers for a superior presence, the enabler of every endeavor.

The believers grow in reservoirs where the deity immigrates into the population as they willingly labor for goodness, life, and fruitage. Their attitudes consist of an openness to the light of the one celestial deity, industriousness in the spirit of unity, and focusing on jobs within the attitude of “all.” Those attitudes transfer directly through people who welcome the inward immigration of the divinity, and experience a new form of industry while working for harmony, tranquility, and compassion. Indirectly, those attitudes transfer through people who witness the collective integration of the masses who labor for the superior presence of the world.

In our humbleness, we desire the inner immigration of the deity to diminish the beastly nature of our humanness because we know the superior worth of that divine presence. Inflexible hardness, slave-like domination, and forced idleness comes through the arrogance of fleshly impulses. However, we can experience equality, harmony, and peace within the spirit of humanity by esteeming the deity that infuses the universe. We want acceptance through tolerance within a world where there is compassion in the labor given us to do, and jobs are present for the integration of humanity.

There are people likely to host the belief that we need to allow the celestial deity to immigrate through the walls made by the beastly nature of flesh and blood. They want to cease the inequalities, intolerance, and violence that come by the primal impulses of the human beast. There intent is to live in a world where they can labor in the fruitage of love, peace, joy, and perseverance, and have jobs conducive to that motivation.  

The cycle that begins with believers, and circles through to the hosts, loops continually by soft, moist, and tender qualities. As we welcome the softness of love, meekness, peace, kindness, and goodness, we begin to labor for the Supreme Being, bringing humane treatment of humanity.

We can assess that we must welcome the immigration of the divine presence through the borders of fleshly resistance. From there, we labor for that deity by the spiritual fruit to allow divine qualities to manifest within our industriousness. The diagnosis is that the primal stirrings of the beast will demonstrate against abusive corruption, insisting on humane treatment through labor rights, immigration rights, and jobs. We plan to be hospitable to, and labor for, the divinity that pervades the soul of humanity. The implementation of that plan comes by opening earthly boundaries to the soft, moist, and tender qualities that are available to us. Through those divine traits, we labor so that the rewards of peace, love, faith, and perseverance will live in the spirit of humanity. We can evaluate that our plans are successful when primal impulses for conquest surrenders to the equality that the spiritual fruit creates.