Separating the Wheat from the Chaff
Defeating the Beasts Who Walk Among Us
It seems that our minds teeter on the edge of a cliff overlooking a valley of sanity on one side and a pit of insanity on the other side. Our perceived version of reality contorts our consciousness; shaping itself into what our egos believe is real. It is of course not the real you at all, but a mere construct fitting a narrative.
So it would make a certain degree of sense that the more the ego fits the narrative of life, the farther the person behind that ego is from who they really are inside. A mind that is stripped from the ego is pure and close to God. It is in touch with the cosmos and everything everywhere.
The farther a person moves away from their egoless purity and toward fitting into a life narrative, the closer they move toward evil attitudes and evil deeds. Throughout our history, the ones who were stripped of the ego’s trappings and the most removed from man’s machinations were the closest to God and the most connected to the Cosmos.
Which brings me to you, my dear readers and loyal followers. I have never felt such a kinship like this with so many souls before. What I write here is my pot boiling over and spilling onto the page, in my attempt to create words to describe my feelings. But it seems to have become something more now. Your comments and kind words have made me realize that what I am doing here is writing what you are feeling.
We are all pure hearts trying to stop a tragedy of the body and the soul from consuming all that is good in this world and all that is loved in this world. We all seem to be closer to the egoless and farther away from those whose consciousness is consumed by false narratives and hate. It almost seems that in the grand scheme of things, we are the wheat being separated from the chaff.
So I thank you all for the gift of hope that you have given me. I am not alone. You are not alone. And now I am sure that we together will soon defeat the beasts who walk among us.
Thanks for the words of wisdom. Praying for wisdom, discernment and the full armor of God is what I do to make me feel better. I also can recommend staying away from the tell a vision, that seems to only spew fear, hopelessness and worry. Keep in the faith!
"Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me."