Just Imagine...

The hardest lesson in your life could be letting go. We often take risks that cannot be avoided. We don’t allow others to assume that they can judge how we seek and accept truth. You have to start by looking inside yourself for the answers. Whatever your choices may be, you are ultimately going to affect people, sometimes people you will never meet. The work you do will change your life – your own life. Always, it will change your life. It is not the incidents themselves that matter, but how you deal with them. I guess there are as many reasons as there are people who question there surroundings. Some reasons just stand out more than others. One is anger. Anger grows from fear.
Then, there is that age – old syndrom; curiousity. Always with a passion. When it has been answered, it often doesn’t make sense. Oh and then there is that one other thing… Truth. A feeling, like a gnawing within the very depths of yourself. Sometimes it can hurt you. The people who are affected seek what they want to know in unacceptable places. They want to know enough to risk going against the opinions of others. If they cannot find others to share their knowledge with, they choose to guide themselves to pursuit truth. They become driven to pass on what they have gained to others.
All of these breakaway reasons are vulnerable. Seekers can be found everywhere.
Something else i find to be unsure of is how people consider God to be a man’s image. Why not a women’s? Or a butterflies? Or even everything all together for that matter? Why do we give form to something that is supposedly eternal? Something vast enough to be capable of creating entire universes…
To say that God is like man is to bestow God with the same qualities of man, therefore, assuming that man is supreme. But opposesd to what? This is too limited. I think of the vessel of imagination as a gateway for thoughts that we make divine. This way we are able to express ourselves as an individual. That these thoughts can, and do, place themselves in recognizable images to effect communication in recognizable ways. We name these thoughts in divine views as something sacred. Such as God. Visualization is imagination; daydreaming without conscious control is probably the closes you could come to “just imagining”.
It is the delicate part of ourselves that seeks to know and understand not only who we are, but why we are here. Our purpose.
You may find yourself with little or nothing in common with people you have known for years. Whatever you learn is automatically projected into your personal sense. It can cause change not only to your own basic lifestyle, but to the lives of those you incorporate.
All people have the right to choose how they will live their lives. Some live in a very natural way of focus and inspiration. Contemplation. Others live in silence. Silence can be your greatest ally. It can be the bridge between what is known and unknown, what is realized and what has yet to be discovered. Silence is aligned with secrecy that is not an edited piece of work.
People put ownership of their lives to others so quicky that the responsibility for what happens to them is relative to knowing those people. Like they have no control. When did it transfer that another ordinary person was given the power over someone esle’s life? What happened to freedom of choice?
To lay the blame of one person’s faults and responsibilities on someone else and expect them to understand is putting both you and them in denial for the right to a mind, a spirit, and the the enjoyment of living.
To be free of truth, pain, and choice, is to be free of living for yourself.

Just Imagine...

sara26

Joined April 2009

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March 20, 2009

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