I am of the noble God mind.
You are of the noble God mind.
Everything is of the noble God mind.
How do things get so messed up?
Because the Universal Creative Spirit gave us free will.
Would you want a world populated by robotic beings all doing the “right” thing, dispassionately?
There is joy and creativity to be found, in abundance, within the noble God mind.
It surrounds us.
We have choices.
We can choose to recognize the wondrous gift bestowed upon us, love one another, cherish one another, treat each other and the world around us with consideration…
Or we can choose to allow unexamined, egocentric motives to drive us to destruction.
Is it desirable to build a world bent on self-destruction?
Too often, we allow other humans to do to us what God would not; turn us into all but mindless functionaries.
Servants of petty, egocentric, motives.
What qualities within our human nature allow this to happen?
An unexamined desire to be part of a group?
We can do better.
We can choose.
We can consider our motives, our actions.
We can manage our world, it’s resources, in ways that actively encourage and nurture, healthy, creative individual lives.
Individual lives within a society which embraces consideration, empathy and mutuality.
A society in which we work at a fuller realization of, and proper stewardship of, the gifts the Creative Universal Spirit, God, has bestowed upon us.
Most of us have barely plumbed the depth of the wondrous gifts, the miracles, the magical wonders which we, by virtue of our legacy as children of and within the Divine Creative Spirit, may access and benefit from.
Nor will we as long as we continue to allow egocentricity to guide our lives.
Under the oppression of the egocentricity of people suffering from inordinate craving for material wealth and power, these wonders will continue to be seen as miracles performed by historical figures, not a real and active aspect of our lives.
We have the ability to build a society in which the default motive in our dealings with one another is love, rather than fear.
A society in which we all recognize each other as, at the least, a best friend in the rough.