The divinity of the soul is the producer of the spiritual resources that import into the human spirit, and made available for export through our interactions. That deity of our inner being supplies us with the spirit of goodness, a profound love for life, and resourcefulness through celestial fruitage. In essence, the decency that flows through us is of the Supreme Being, enabling us to exhibit civil qualities towards humanity.
The divine inner resources of the soul are the spiritual fruit. As we import the soft, moist, and tender qualities of goodwill, kindness, and love, we are able to export compassion to those we mingle. Likewise, importing joy, goodness, and faith allows the exportation of optimism to those around us. In addition, opening our inward borders to meekness, gentleness, and peace provides the avenue to bring tranquility to those we interact. Moreover, welcoming the imports of patience, self-control, and perseverance make a way for the exports of endurance and longevity. If we close ourselves to the inflow of spiritual fruit, there is only intolerance, conflict, despair, and finality in the exports given to the people we communicate with from day to day.
The welfare of our health corresponds to the import and export of spiritual resources.
Envision someone serving you a meal with your favorite foods and drinks, as well as the surrounding air being fresh and pleasing. In addition to that, there is the comfort of privacy during your time of elimination, and a quiet peaceful environment while relaxing or sleeping. This is an example of fruitful exports coming to you to meet your physiological needs, and you openly import this moment into your life. The server of that delightful experience opens themselves to the imports of the spiritual fruit within their soul. In turn, that enables you to export this experience of goodwill and kindness to others.
A miserable experience comes from those who close themselves to the imports of spiritual fruit, and exports misery to you. The food and drinks are sickening, the air is foul to breathe, the toilet seat has stains of excretions, and there is constant clamoring when trying to relax.
A safe and secure environment equates to the import and export of spiritual resources.
It is gratifying to know that the people around us desire to protect us from bodily harm. They want us to feel safe and secure in the home, and provide stability on a daily basis by bringing the spirit of peace, meekness, and gentleness to us. People like that are exporting the spiritual fruit from their soul, enabling a safe and secure environment. In turn, we willingly import those goodwill intentions into our life to enhance our comfort and tranquility. From that, we are able to export serene attitudes from our own thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.
A chaotic atmosphere comes from shutting our inner borders to the imports of the spiritual fruit. There would be no decent resources available to export to others, only attitudes of insecurities. The exports of hostility and violence would render us with no protection, creating threatening circumstances in our place of shelter. Instability results because of sporadic, harsh, and domineering conflicts.
Our social experiences correlate to the import and export of spiritual resources.
The experience of feeling love, acceptance, belonging, and sensual intimacy creates a social atmosphere of harmony, equality, and togetherness. People who convey that fruitful hospitality to others are importing a steady supply of spiritual fruit into their soul. They are able to export compassion, comfort, optimism, and endurance to those they greet from day to day. We joyfully import those kind gestures into our lives, making for mutually pleasant interactions. In turn, we desire to export those fruitful experiences to others.
If we refuse to accept the import of spiritual resources into our soul then we have no social benefits to export to society. Instead, exports from our inner being would flow with hatred, intolerance, bickering, fragmentation, conflict, and every anti-social sentiment.
The worth we hold for the Divinity of the soul determines the import of spiritual resources available for exporting from our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.
Honoring the spirit of goodness, life, and fruitfulness that comes from the divinity living in the soul ensures a flow of spiritual imports. Respect for the decency that dwells in our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors reinforces the attitudes that are inviting to an influx of the spirit’s fruit. From those imports, we can export esteem for life of every form, respect for goodness in all our endeavors, and express the worth of the inner fruitage in others. Exporting reverence for the Supreme Being enables others to import the feeling of having something very special about themselves living within, and inalienable to them. They can then export a feeling of love, peace, faith, and perseverance for who they are and what others are or can be.
Closing our soul to the imports of reverence and esteem for the deity of the soul has tragic consequences. They shut their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors from the feelings of goodness, value for life, and inner fruitfulness. When they do that, there is nothing to export to others except degradation through evilness, death and finality, and desolation of fruitage.
How we express ourselves comes from the import and export of spiritual resources.
There is comfort when wholesome beliefs come from the self-expression of one another. That makes words soothing and edifying as behaviors contribute to the needs of one another. That type of self-expression is possible when we import the resources of the spiritual fruit into our soul. From those imports, we are able to export beliefs, words, and deeds that contribute to the fruitfulness of those around us. We receive those imports gladly. In return, we export beneficial attitudes in what we say and do.
Beliefs that close out the import of spiritual resources into the soul result in tragic consequences of our self-expression. Without the decency of spiritual fruit in our words and deeds what is remaining to export from our inner resources? What we say and do would be full of hatred, cruel intentions, harsh conflict, pessimism, and impulsive retorts.
The cycle begins with belief that spiritual fruit are resources that comprise what we import to and export from our soul. When we open our inward borders to decency, we welcome the importation of goodness, which becomes what we export in our daily interactions. We do not become angry at the hostile exports from others, but the importation of the fruit of peace sustains us. Similarly, pessimism and sadness at deplorable exports does not overwhelm us, but instead we are able to import joy for comfort. From within our soul, we are able to bargain away negative components coming from external influences in exchange for the incoming of spiritual fruit from a divine inward presence. We accept that healthy thoughts, emotions, and behaviors depend on importation of spiritual fruit to enable the exporting of edifying communication from our inward borders.
The believers grow in reservoirs where people are open to imports of goodness, respect for life, and spiritual fruitfulness. They in turn, export those qualities through interactions that are edifying to one another. The attitudes that exit those reservoirs are beliefs, words, and deeds that foster resources of decency for inducing mutual benefit from the imports and exports of the soul. Those attitudes transfer directly through people who are open to the inflow of spiritual fruit, and transmit those soft and tender sentiments to the world around them. Indirectly, those attitudes transfer through people who see the abuses coming from inhumane exports, and realize the abusers are inhospitable to imports of love and peace.
The attitudes within the reservoir of believers enter through people who realize the supreme worth of the divine imports of the spiritual fruit. With the inflow of the spirit’s fruit, they know the esteem of exporting those qualities to the community around them. They want to belong in a world where love, peace, and joy are desirable to import and export. The people likely to host the imports of the divine presence are the same ones who desire to see exports of gentleness, kindness, joy, and perseverance to flourish.
The cycle that begins with the believers, continue through to the host by the moist, soft, and tender qualities of the soul. Those qualities assure the flow of fruitfulness within us, as well as enable the exportation of compassion, peace, optimism, and durability to others.
We can assess that the import of spiritual fruit comprise the resources from which we export decency, respect for life, and tenderness to humanity. The diagnosis is that without the inflow of the divine fruitage, exports coming from the soul would consist of various forms of inhumanities. From that, we plan to welcome the importation of love, peace, faith, and perseverance for allowing the exportation of humane behaviors. The implementation of that plan is to remain open to the soft, moist, and tender qualities of the soul while allowing our words, deeds, and beliefs to convey divine qualities. The evidence of our success is for our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors to fill with the fruit of the spirit, as our speech and behavior reveals the divinity in us.