Welcome the Light

10/15/2013 09:16

We see the light all around us; the sunlight, moonlight, stars, laser lights, surgical lights, security lights, lights for community gatherings, divine light, and neon lights with words and motion. We welcome those lights into our life because they guide us, aid us in caring for health, provide for safety, make fellowship possible, signifies a supreme presence, and enlightens our words and behaviors. 


Where the supreme deity is, there is light. Lights of various forms shine on humanity with the spirit of goodness, a regard for the sacredness of life, and enhances our comfort with inner fruitfulness. Just having a flashlight in hand on a dark night with no electricity attests to the truth of the above statement. The supreme being that permeates this universe is light, and as we welcome the internalization of the light we are inviting into our soul the spirit of goodness, the source of life, and the creator of inner fruitfulness. Alienating the light by keeping it external to the human animal results in "dark" behaviors of evilness, death, and desolation.


Where the spiritual fruit blossom there is life living in the light, light and fruitfulness exist simultaneously. When we welcome the internalization of the light, we are welcoming the qualities of a divine nature. The qualities of light include joy, goodness, faith, patience, self-control, perseverance, peace, meekness, gentleness, goodwill, kindness, and love. If we keep the light external to the human animal, that segregation induces opposition to the spiritual fruit. That results in attitudes of hatred, cruelty, ill-intentions, conflict, harshness, dominance, pessimism, evilness, hopelessness, despair, impatience, and uncontrollability. When the light is external, those who expend efforts to extinguish the light, on what day will they claim their victory?



Where there is compassion for the welfare of the body's health, there is harmony with the light. When we internalize the light of the supreme being, we bond with the spirit of goodwill towards natural physiology. That is evident through the desire for healthy food and drinks, restorative sleep, fresh air, and comforting elimination. Those who externalize the light from the human animal incite unhealthy practices to the detriment of the body.



When we contribute to a safe and secure environment, we live at one with the light. Internalizing the light gives us meek and gentle behavior to make others feel safe from harm. Additionally, the welcome of that light makes our home a comfortable place of peace. There is a tranquil stability when we honor the light of the universal deity. However, keeping the light external to the human animal incites violence, terror in the home, and chaotic instability.



When there is a sense of belonging within a kind population, that is evidence of our harmony with the light. By desiring to make the light internal to us, we convey the attitude of love, belonging, acceptance, and sensual intimacy. Conversely, keeping the light external to human nature causes hatefulness, intolerance, segration, and sexual abuses.



When we can esteem the divinity within the soul, that reveals we welcome the universal light of the supreme deity. Internalizing the light gives us a divine sense of self-worth in the humblest of situations. Similarly, we tend to appeal to the divine nature within the soul of others when we discover harmony with the light. Alternatively, when the light is external to the human condition there is degradation. By not accepting the light, there are self-destructive behaviors, as well as mutilation of the lives of others.



When we make the light internal to our inner being, there is a flow of edifying words and deeds for one another. However, keeping the light external to our soul turns our beliefs, attitudes, judgments, words, deeds, and inspirations unfruitfully inciteful.


Some people deny the divine esence of the light, but work to keep others from internal harmony with the light. They also deny that their inner being is terminally ill with darkness and unfruitfulness. Because of their intolerance to the light of the supreme being, anger fills them. They are argumentative and uncooperative to the spiritual fruit, which are simultaneous with living in the light. Those people become inwardly depressed and withdrawn from people and groups that internalize the light into thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. They are always in a bargaining mode in an effort to extinguish harmony with the light in exchange for earthly desires of the human animal. However, acceptance of the light as a divine guide for our fleshly nature is the only enlightenment that brings mutual fellowship for humanity.


Those that intend to impede the internalization of the light into the human animal grow and live in reservoirs where people want others to revere them instead of looking to the light. The attitudes that exit those reservoirs consists of beliefs, judgments, attitudes, words, and deeds of superiority and dominance over those they deem intolerable. Those attitudes transfer directly through those who pirate the light as their source of authority. Indirectly, those attitudes transfer through people who submit to those who claim to monopolize authority over the flesh and blood nature of the human animal.


The attitude of seeking dominance by hijacking the light, even though they are barren of spiritual fruitfulness, enter into us because of our desire for self-worth and a place of belonging. Ridicule, humiliation, degradation, and conflict of fleshly imperfections make us feel worthless, as if we have no acceptance where the spirit of goodness, life, and fruitfulness exists. Therefore, w eattempt to belong in an atmosphere where we feel special, and find acceptance with others, even though it incites opposition to the divine light.


Those likely to host the attitude that they possess the qualities of the light are those who do not want to be thought of as unsympathetic, conflicted, in despair, or seeking endings. Therefore, they are willing to accuse others of primitive and inhumane behaviors while claiming themselves to be civil and humane. We can interrupt the cycle of withholding the light from the soul of the human animal by realizing the light inspires spiritual fruit. When we are living in the light, there is fruitfulness in our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.


We can assess that when we internalize the light into the soul of the human animal there is love, peace, faith, and perseverance. The diagnosis is that those who oppose, or try to dominate through the light, are desolate of the spiritual fruit. Therefore, we plan to welcome the internalization of the light, and allow the spirit of goodwill, gentleness, joy, and patience to grow within. W eimplement that plan by relatiing to the light from the soft, moist, tenderness that exist in us, while avoiding hard and calloused attitude. The evaluation of our life in the light comes by seeing the spiritual fruit blossom in what w ethink, feel, and do. When we see the light, the spiritual fruit should follow.