The Balance of One’s True Self

“Into the Void”
Acrylic on canvas Source (The Washington Post)

Before I go into today’s topic, I would like to share this epiphany about life.

You see, I have come to the realization that we (humans) really have no control over our lives. No matter how we view things or try to interpret the things we do or happens to us. We really have no control.

This came to me when I looked at my journal of writing topics and saw the number of topics I thought I must have shared but have skipped to write about something completely unplanned.


Everywhere I face searching for the truth of myself and this life, one thing pops up “Balance

Even while I search through spirituality, therein lies that one word “Balance

Last Sunday, the message in Church was “Balance” and so today, I appear to talk about “Balance

Revelation 4:7

The first living creature was like a lion; the second living creature was like an ox; the third living creature had a face like a man; and the fourth living creature was like a flying eagle.”

I like to think I possess multiple personalities but not in the way a psychologist would interpret it. It’s almost a kind of knowledge of different versions of me that function separately as an individual.

This thought made more sense to me while listening to the message in Church on Sunday hence today’s topic

Human beings in general battle with one or two insecurities and this in a way amplifies an inferior or superior complex.
However, the truth of this is the equality amongst us and joint authority.
The only IMBALANCE is Pride (No one is better than the other)

The first time I ever read the Bhagavad Gita, one thing stood out of the purpose of humanity; service.
And across various scriptures, the message of service aka servant leadership is seen in form of the golden rule “Do unto others as you would want to be done unto you”
The only IMBALANCE is foolishness (people stand to be taken for granted and the inevitability of being used)

There’s a popular saying, “It is ok not to be ok”.
Personally, I hate to cry or be seen crying and it took me years to realize the emotional torture I had been putting myself through in the name of “hard girl”
Emotional Intelligence isn’t the absence of emotions or manipulation of one’s emotions, it is simply knowledge, understanding and management of those emotions.
The only IMBALANCE is laziness and a lack of intentionality.

Lmao. Hold that thought. I’m not talking about some super hero or an alien kind of power, I mean, that’s possible but not in the context of what I mean.
Like I always say, it would be foolish to trivialize the existence of the spiritual realm.
The concept of death instills the kind of fear that makes us overlook the truth of our divinity.
There is life after death, and we are all on an eternal journey.
The IMBALANCE is ignorance of this fact.

To end this, do not always let experience teach you because it can be a bad teacher.

This is a second late post in a roll.
Your girl has been quite busy and we thank God.
Hope you had a great day.

Love and Light.

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