Bread From Heaven

Bread from heaven is the sustenance to make life worth living. Defining “bread” and “heaven” brings to light the importance of that combination of words. Bread is a staple food prepared from a dough of flour and water. All through history bread has been popular around the world and having importance since the dawn of agriculture. Heaven is often described as the holiest place and a paradise, in contrast to the misery of hell. Heaven is also described as being universally accessible by creation according to various standards of divinity, goodness, faith, or simply by the will of God. Bread from heaven in this essay refers to the spiritual fruit as the substance that provides a taste of heaven during our life on earth.

Bread from heaven come when we are receptive to the spiritual fruit to sustain our inner life.. From children to adults, we all know what the bread from heaven is, we just refer to those inner feelings by various names. Even though what we feel is described differently from person to person, the response to those feelings will be with positive reinforcement or aversion. Love is a beautiful sentiment and so are smiles, but in tumultuous times those feelings are often abused or solitarily cherished. Those feelings are also the bread from heaven that sustains our life during tumultuous times to enable us to experience a taste of heaven on earth. Without that bread from heaven the world is filled with cruelty, hate, and bad intentions. Bread from heaven sustains us with comfort and come to us as we welcome love, kindness, and goodwill. An optimistic positive energy is the bread given us as we excercise faith, joy, and goodness. Tranquility is felt through and through by the bread from heaven as we nurture peace, meekness, and gentleness. Spiritual blossoms fill our inner life by the nourishment of the bread from heaven as we practice perseverance, patience, and self-control. Qualities of the bread from heaven feed us with the sustenance to give continuance to humane life. Without proper nourishment from the bread of heaven we are malnourished with hate, cruelty, ill-will, violence, harsh ways, aggression, despair, evil, pessimism, terminal attitudes, impatience, and out of control behavior. Bread from heaven is certainly an essential staple of our inner life to enable us to feed on positivity and constructive attitudes.

Bread from heaven is sustenance to maintain emotional, mental, and physical health. A person once advised me that Dopamine is the bread from heaven that I talk about. Dopamine is a chemical in the brain that affects emotions, movements and sensations of pleasure and pain. My response to the person’s advice was that we should allow Dopamine to flow freely since it is responsible for happiness. The point I was making is that whatever name we address comfort, pleasure, and fruitful sensations we should not agitate those constructive feelings. Let us feed on the bread of heaven to experience a little paradise here on earth. Health in our emotions, mental sphere, and behavior is the goal as we avoid impatience, terminal attitudes, and out of control behavior with those who oppose anything spiritual. Afterall, the bread from heaven only comes when we are patient during aversive situations. Self-control solicits the bread from heaven because we do not allow rash behaviors to diminish happiness and comfort. A free flow of bread from heaven fills us as we persevere in fruitful attitudes while refusing to terminate the “Dopamine”. Always remember, medications are to heal the infirmities of the flesh, but healing of the spirit comes by the spiritual fruit.

Bread from heaven comes in tranquility as sustenance to impart inner security. Much of the inner tribulation we feel comes about by external factors that turns our temperament into a boiling volcano. Bread from heaven becomes scorched going up in smoke because hostile responses to what irks us are barriers to pleasant and comforting sensations. Soliciting bread from heaven requires specific attitudes to nourish us with tranquil feelings. Attitudes that cause the bread from heaven to come comprise the spiritual fruit. An attitude of peace brings a serene calm to quell inner emotional violence. A perspective of meekness brings tranquil feelings to subdue hostile aggression lurking within. Viewpoints that welcome gentleness unleashes “dopamine” to diminish the harsh feelings we harbor inwardly. By the spiritual fruit a safe and secure environment manifests by the unleashing of the bread from heaven.

Bread from heaven comes by moist and soft substance to sustain constructive social attitudes. Socially, our world could use some pleasant feelings to bring us happiness. Regardless of what we call those people-oriented sentiments, and whatever we claim the source to be we need more feelings that initiate harmony. We need the nourishment of the bread from heaven. Whether we say it’s a physical pool of dopamine or a spiritual resource, a desirable place of belonging comes by allowing tenderness to freely flow. Places where happy feelings do not exist include intolerance, abuse of sensual intimacy, exclusion by prejudice, hate, cruelty, and bad intentions. We really don’t hear about medications being specifically designed to create compassion, mercy, and social cohesion. From experience, we know that specific responses will change the outcome of our interactions. Walking away from a bad social situation makes the difference between life or death. In those behaviors, we discover the bread from heaven to nourish and heal social issues. Attitudes of kindness cause pleasant feelings to flow into us to foster social inclination. Likewise, sentiments of goodwill releases the “dopamine” to enable us to tolerate every kind of social interaction. And then there is that word, “Love”. Love opens the floodgates to allow the pouring in of the bread of heaven.

Bread of heaven comes from the universal deity as sustenance for emphasizing the worth of each individual. Feeling good inwardly bolsters happy feelings about self-worth. Relating well to the happy goodness of the soul comes by reverence to the source of constructive self-esteem. Smiles are universal worldwide, so when a smile appears there are good feelings about self and others. Frowns are universal as well, so when a frown appears there is disrespect for happiness in self-esteem, and disrespect for others. Bread from heaven is universal for every individual, but where does the “dopamine” or spiritual joy come from? Solving the mystery of the origin of life solves that question, and serves us well to believe in the universal deity. Believing the bread from heaven is a reward from a living God enables us to honor others by reverence to an infinite intelligence, power, and presence. In the bread from heaven exist spiritual fruit, tranquility, softness of compassion, mutual respect, and positive energy in self-expression. Blaspheming the universal Goodness is evident in spiritual malnutrition and brings consequences of degeneration. Humanity suffers when bread from heaven ceases. Suffering comes by the desolation of spiritual fruit, violence, hard attitudes against society, disbelief in anything not worldly, and negativity in self-expression.

Bread from heaven comes in warm light as sustenance to feed our self-expression. Happiness comes when we feel optimistic during life experiences. Pessimism about what “could be” impedes the inner flow of the bread from heaven. Likewise, when we fall into such despair that it defines who we are then the bread from heaven is no longer our sustenance. Hope brings the heavenly “dopamine”. Evil is another way of explaining hostile manipulation of beautiful words and behavior, and that evil displaces the bread from heaven. Honorable intentions receives the flow of the heavenly bread. Warm light shines in our self-expression by speaking words of faith, performing behaviors of goodness, and conveying joy. Faith, joy, and goodness brings the bread of heaven to feed us with positive energy during most difficult circumstances. Self-actualizing is only possible by the bread of heaven, all other attempts “to be”lead to the misrrable feelings that “we can’t be”.

We can assess that bread from heaven comes by the spiritual fruit to sustain life and spiritual life while on this earth. The diagnosis is that without the bread of heaven our inner fruitfulness degenerates into misery and spiritual death. In this light, we plan to welcome the softness of the bread from heaven to enable us to taste a bit of paradise while embodied in the flesh. We implement this plan by being receptive to all the soft, moist, tender, and compassionate qualities that exist inwardly. Success is evident as we discover life in the incarnate sustenance of love, peace, faith, and the eternal spirit.

Some people want to deny us a taste of paradise that we experience by the “dopamine” of the bread from heaven. Their anger appears when joy, peace, and comfort exist in the spirit as they incite conflict with peacemakers. Depression and sadness are the meals they serve to counter the happiness in the nourishment given by the bread from heaven. Bargaining for them is aversive tactics to your fruitful sentiments as they only give “happy” positive reinforcement to oppose the bread from heaven. Some people will never accept the universal deity that provides happiness and smiles for all people for the welfare of humanity.

A population of people exist that oppose plesant attitudes in others. To them, it matters not whether you are scientifically inclined to call the bread from heaven dopamine, spiritual fruit, or emotional fulfillment. They thrive on the misery of their opponents until recognition is given to them as the source of happiness and the ultimate authority. They displace the bread from heaven for dependence on external rewards of money and possessions. Attitudes exiting that population includes words that disparage reliance on joy, love, goodness, and faith. They give verbal praise for reliance on their worldly rewards. If you feel sad, hate someone, feel evil inclinations, or feel no hope they expect you to turn to them as the solution. They use physical behaviors to cause conflict with the internal flow of the bread of heaven and only show physical warmth when they sense submission.

Attitudes transfer from one person to the next relating to the bread from heaven. That bread from heaven gives us a taste of paradise during our experiences on earth. Transferring aversive sentiments towards what comforts us can come directly or indirectly. Direct aversive aattitudes toward our happiness come by those who attempt to set themselves up as the sole source of pleasure, comfort, and happiness. Indirect aversion to the paradise we feel come by those who indulge in self-gratification to the peril of the goodness of others. Indirect influences are working on behalf of those with a direct interest in being dominant over the spiritual fruit. Rewards for those directly involved is worldwide authority. Rewards for those indirectly involved comprise worldly things such as money, possessions, and fleshy pleasures. Directly and indirectly they attempt to impede the reward of the bread from heaven by opposition to faith, goodness, joy, and the eternal spirit.

We like to believe that we keep our inner life conducive to the flow of the bread from heaven. So how do contrary attitudes enter us relating to experiencing a taste of paradise in our feelings, mental functioning, and reactions to life? What we allow to enter our soul corresponds to what we esteem to be valuable compared to what we feel is a liability. If we suffer from aversive tactics towards love, peace, joy, and eternal life then we might dump the “dopamine” of the bread from heaven for something else. That something else is according to the positive reinforcement we receive from influences that promise to relieve suffering. Instead of tasting the internal substance that grants us comfort from paradise, we accept esteem through external rewards. External rewards appeal to non-spiritual desires such as prescriptions, money, possessions, recognition, status, and a place of social belonging. Some people will sacrifice the bread from heaven to have a social life. For example; by dumping goodness, which they feel is the reason for their heartache and lonliness, they will associate with friends who are devilish towards the good in the world. In this light, the feelings we have about our value in society will correspond to whether we accept or reject the bread from heaven.

Some people are susceptible to hosting attitudes that inhibit the coming of the bread from heaven. A taste of paradise preserves us during very difficult experiences, so it’s necessary to be vacinated with fruitful attitudes. The difference between susceptibility and blessing is how we respond to horrid situations. How do we feel when a perception exist that health officials are not motivated to heal pain, disease, and sickness? Bread from heaven comes when we persevere in fruitful responses, but impediments to inner paradise comes by fatal reactions. We often perceive that there is no remediation for unreasonable deadly force, but prohibiting the bread of heaven from working in us increases tragedy. Susceptible hosts are prone to self-destructive behavior because of the increase in anger and the lack of “dopamine”. Responses to social injustices, bias, and ostracization will determine if we succumb to anti-social tendencies or if we allow the bread from heaven to pleasure us. Suffering at the will of tyrants often makes us susceptible to hatred of the universal deity, which is the source of bread from heaven. Terrible consequences result. But, the bread from heaven comforts us inwardly amidst terror. Combating susceptibility comes by optimism, which is found in faith, joy, and goodness.

Interrupting the cycle that prohibits the bread from heaven is simple to do. Simply, allow constructive sentiments to be prominent in thoughts, feelings, and behavior. Be mindful to welcome the spiritual fruit because those fruit allow our inner life to receive the comfort of the bread of heaven. When aversive tactics hurl hostility at our attitude of joy, peace, goodness, and life ever-lasting, respond constructively. Constructive responses will interrupt the cycle that impedes the ability to have a taste of paradise while in this world. Positively reinforcing fruitful sentiments will modify our behavior towards a socially oriented path. May soft, moist, and tender qualities always be a part of who we are. Those tender qualities turn on the faucet from where the bread of heaven flows.

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