To gain a grasp of what I mean by a “wall worshiper” I will simply quote the definitions from the Merriam Webster dictionary. A WALL is a high thick masonry structure forming a long rampart or an enclosure chiefly for defense —often used in plural. It is also a masonry fence around a garden, park, or estate, or a structure that serves to hold back pressure (as of water or sliding earth). Worship is to render religious reverence and homage to something, or to feel an adoring reverence or regard for (any person or thing). In this light, a wall worshiper feels an adoring reverence for walls, for defense purposes, that encloses a garden, park, estate, or holds back water with thick masonry structures, stones, or bricks. For the purpose of this article, the worship of walls is to prohibit the blossoms of spiritual fruit by causing hardened and calloused attitudes.
Wall worshipers intend to create a thick barrier to prohibit entry into the divinity of our inner life. Think of the divinity of your soul as being every pleasant and good experience or thing that you have had over the span of your life. Then envision a barrier that would prevent any of those happy moments from existing. That is the mission of the wall worshipers. Wall worshipers use negative energy to construct blockades to the supernatural being of this universe. Particularly, they want to instill a wall to separate the human animal from the divine presence living in the soul. The worship of the wall intends to obstruct the fruitfulness of our inner life and to leave us desolate on the inside. That desolation causes a dryness that turns our emotions, behaviors, and thoughts hard and calloused. In that hardness barriers are created blocking us from the divinity of our soul. From those walls comes friction with the deity and consequently with one another. The walls are a defense for the purpose of usurping rule over the primal nature of the human animal. The respect for the sanctity of life of humanity means less to them then the worship of their walls. The walls they build tends to preoccupy attitudes on death within a disrespect for the characteristics of a flowering inner life. The creation of those walls manifest from an irreverence for the divine potential that exists within every individual of humanity. The wall worshipers attempt to claim authority by blockading the source of individual empowerment while exerting worldly influence through carnal desires of the flesh. In essence, the worship of their walls is based on negativism towards the self-expression of those who identify with the goodness of the external world and the internal world. Even then, they demand that their identity be recognized as the ultimate source of authority to exact submission from the “godless” primal animals. However, the walls melt away from a reverence for the deity living in each person which unites humanity around the globe.
The softness of the spiritual fruit is like water seeping through walls which tumbles the endeavors of the wall worshipers. That is because walls are not built with pliable and moist substances since it would be easily penetrable. Walls are built from hard material such as brick, stones, or other concrete matter. In that light, wall worshipers thrive on turning the tenderness of inner life into a calloused texture to create barriers to the interaction of the spiritual fruit. They who worship walls are also very permissive of attitudes, emotions, thoughts, and behaviors that are rigid, inflexible, unfruitful, and hardened. Negative energy pervades the wall to prohibit the seepage of inner fruitfulness. In the worship of their walls they give precedence to hatefulness to harden love, use ill-intentions to harden goodwill, and utilize cruelty to harden kindness. They incite inhumane attitudes towards humanity. In fact, they relish conflict to harden peace, use harshness to harden gentleness, and use aggression to harden meekness. Violence to the wall worshipers is better than tranquility as a way to defend from access to the divinity of the soul. In addition, they give precedence to despair over faith, tolerate evilness to harden goodness, and use pessimism to harden joy. As the wall worshipers build blockades to optimism they use fatal attitudes to end perseverance in fruitfulness. They incite out of control behaviors to harden self-control, and gives rise to impatience to harden patience.
The wall worshipers create barriers to physical health. They have a leisurely attitude when it comes to unhealthy habits which serves to place another brick in the wall. In the worship of their walls they are permissive of putting substances into the human body that is contrary to a healthy or fruitful attitude towards human physiology. In essence, they turn the beauty of the human spirit into something that consists of obesity, dependence on alcohol for “uplifting spirits,” or use of legal and illegal drugs in place of the comfort of the spiritual fruit. Sanitization of the inward being of the human animal is less important to them then the walls they serve. They make fruitful social interaction look unattractive while attempting to market the necessity of wall worship. They harden the attitudes that flower with an appreciation for the beauty of healthy spiritual living. The wall worshipers utilize dramatical display of emotions to ward off the blossoming of healthy input that blossoms from the pliable flexibility of the spiritual fruit. They are constantly sounding the alarm to positive physical attitudes and add much drama to simple routines. In the worship of their walls they become Mercurial. That describes someone whose mood or behavior is changeable and unpredictable in a way to counter the fruitfulness of spiritual health, or someone who is clever, lively, and quick to counter the divinity of the soul. Their intent is to build walls by hardening the spirit of self-control in what goes into the body, to harden the attitude of perseverance in caring for the welfare of self, and to harden the fruit of patience in our waiting for fruitful results. The wall worshipers thrive on out-of-control attitudes, impatience, and fatal endings. Their intent is to harden the soul and to cause otehrs to give up on trying to live through the spiritual fruitfulness of their inner life.
The wall worshipers build barriers to a safe and secure environment. Their minds are so full of right and wrong behaviors that their rules relating to the wall puts the safety of others in a secondary position. To the wall worshipers the consequences of bodily harm means little to them because the hard callousness of barriers means so much more. Unfortunately, being soft with the spirit of meekness, gentleness, and peace is wrong to them, but they have a self-righteousness when it comes to harshness, aggression, and conflict. They adore the qualities that maintains the wall to prohibit entry into the divinity of the soul. Additionally, they expect each individual to be solitary in their knowledge of how to instill another brick into the inner life to contribute to the construction of the wall. The wall worshipers are vigilant to keep the soft moistness of spiritual fruitfulness from seeping through the barriers of our inward being. Consequently, the chaos of human suffering through physical neglect, domestic abuses, and social instability manifests.
OUR PLACE OF BELONGING
The wall worshipers build barriers to our place of belonging. A warm and loving social atmosphere brings with it devotion to friendly qualities, sensitivity to the positive desires of others, and a self-sacrificing will to do charitable deeds for those in need. In this light, it’s easy to contrast those who worship walls. The wall worshipers expect strict devotion to the effort of laying another brick to create barriers to spiritual fruitfulness. They expect sensitivities to dry up for the purpose of hardening the wall that they attempt to build within thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. In the worship of the walls they discourage self-sacrificial deeds of compassion. In essence, they discard the soft tenderness of love, goodwill, and kindness to protect the structure of the wall, but tolerate hatefulness, ill-intentions, and cruelty towards those who welcome the qualities of being soft, moist, and pliable. The wall worshipers are hardened with intolerance, exclusionary responses, sensual abuses, and interpersonal friction. Their walls fall apart in the presence of tolerance, acceptance, intimacy, and harmony within human interaction.
The wall worshipers build barriers to the light of our divine worth. The essence of our self-worth comes about from our mutual respect of one another. This allows the removal of walls to foster beneficial results flowing from one another. The sharing of the light of each others’ divine worth consist of tender attitudes that allows;
1) A respect for the growth of inner fruitfulness
2) A respect for each individuals’ spirit of tranquility
3) An esteem for the sanctity of others life
4) An acknowledgment of the divinity that exists within humanity
5) An ego building edification through positive words and deeds
Instead of mutual benefits the wall worshipers construct blockades to mutual esteem of individual worth. They do that by inciting a “Me” attitude. The consequences of this results in the devaluing of others for the purpose of succeeding in the acquisition of human resources through the manifestation of primal desires. The worshipers of walls;
1) Insist on being the fruitful ones even though others are left desolate
2) They violate the peacefulness of others to proclaim themselves as a righteous keeper of the peace
3) They devalue the sanctity of life to esteem themselves as the administrator over life and death
4) They deny the divine worth of humanity to esteem themselves as the ultimate authority
5) They convey negative energy to disturb optimism
The worshiper of walls intend to deny access to the light of your divine worth so that they can be masters over the primitive nature of the human animal.
The wall worshipers build barriers to the fruitful self-expression of our identity. Their intent is to harden the fruit of faith, joy, and goodness for who we are today and what we hope to accomplish in the future. That callousness of hardened walls could burden us with despair, pessimism, and a sense of evilness for what we are today which negatively impacts how we view our future and our role in the years to come. Those who worship walls are aggressively domineering in their quest to create blockades to optimistic self-expression of our identity. That positive energy is a threat to their primal urge to rule, and that positive energy brings down their walls through hopeful prayers of identifying with a global family attitude. Instead of being hardened by intimidation and fear, creating another brick in the wall, the softness of our inner fruitfulness keeps our words and deeds positively energized. That positivity helps us to express our joy in present circumstances with hope for a constructive future. In that light, a hard brick never manifests from our inner life because we share sunshine from one person to the next, we see the silver lining of the dark clouds, and we are hopeful to see the rainbow after the rain. Even then, the wall worshipers attempt to use their influence and self-confidence to quell the fruitful expression of how we view and express ourselves. They are often adventurous, bold, and like a fire in their efforts to debase, belittle, and solicit submission to the dictates of the wall. The worshipers of walls feel dominantly superior over those who exhibit the divine softness of inner divinity.
We can assess that wall worshipers reject the soft, pliable, and moist substance of spiritual fruitfulness. The diagnosis is that the worship of walls creates calloused, hardened, and inflexible attitudes towards others. Even so, we plan to allow the fruit of the spirit to seep through our inner life, like water seeping through openings in a wall. We implement that plan by rejecting hatefulness in favor of love, rejecting conflict in favor of peace, rejecting despair in favor of faith, and rejecting fatal attitudes in favor of perseverance. We evaluate the success of our plan by how well the spiritual fruit blossoms through the walls. Evidence of that success comes by sharing kindness, gentleness, joy, and patience with those we meet from day to day.
The wall worshipers deny that the inner softness of the spiritual fruit are necessary to bond securely from person to person. They adore their walls so much that they become angry and confrontational when a serene spirit of peace manifest within interpersonal interactions. In fact, they desire to harden the spirit of peace to create another brick in the wall. In the worship of the walls a pessimistic and negative persona manifests because they put asunder the spirit of joy to depress the softness of that fruit for the purpose of hardening their walls. Their idea of negotiating or conversing with others is to usurp pliable, flexible, and moist qualities to cause dryness to add yet another brick in the wall. The wall worshipers will never accept the divinity that exists in the soul of humanity, and therefore desire to build walls around the rewards of the spiritual fruit that comes from reverence to that inner divinity.
There are reservoirs, groups, or populations of people that intend to harden the soft tenderness of the soul, and they attack the fruitfulness in one another to maintain each brick in the wall. The worship of the wall is more important than loving intimacy with one another. The attitudes that exit the “bricks” in the wall involve words that are counterproductive to the spirit of goodwill, gentleness, goodness, and perseverance in fruitfulness. Those attitudes of wall worshipers also include behaviors that are aggressive and obnoxious towards a soft and tender spirit. The attitudes of those who worship walls transfer directly through those who want to be viewed as an ultimate authority and the giver of all “good’ things. Indirectly, those attitudes transfer through people who feel they need to build walls around behaviors that might be viewed as socially inappropriate and even illegal.
Becoming a wall worshiper might enter us through our sense of self-worth and a yearning to belong within a social network. They are willing to be a brick among other bricks to have a feeling of praise and acceptance. Even if the esteem of that belonging means stoning the civil qualities of the inner life of a fruitful community. People who are susceptible to becoming a brick in the wall are full of intolerance and stifled with a right and wrong mentality. For example, because they only like petunias and not tulips they become hardened and calloused towards tulips and become a brick in the wall against those tulips. We can interrupt the cycle of the worship of walls. We do that by realizing the softness of our inner life is of the deity that permeates our universe and our soul. The signs of a relationship with the all powerful, all-knowing, ever-present divinity are the fruits of the spirit.