Every Soul the Same

It’s not about Muslims vs. Jews, Egypt vs. Israel, USA vs. Terrorism, Capitalism vs. Islamism, Oil vs. Wind, Tibet vs. China, Gay vs. Straight, Apple vs. Microsoft, BMW vs. Mercedes, Real Madrid vs. Barca, PS3 vs. XBOX, and RAP vs. Rock. It’s not even religion vs. philosophy, science vs. politic, men vs. women, poor vs. rich, master vs. slave, sickness vs. health, truth vs. lies, war vs. peace, bad vs. good, them vs. us. It’s about us living together in harmony on this planet.

Within every human body is the source of goodness, spirit of life, and the starting place to blossom with noble qualities. As participants in the human population, we choose to respect the good that resides in the soul, or to discount that general feeling. The goodness that lives in us is the deity of the soul. God is that deity whom is the root of all that is good, the spirit of life, and the producer of the fruitfulness within. Every soul is the same because every body on Earth is the dwelling place of the supreme deity. That supreme deity creates every behavior, emotion, and thought by the rewards of the spiritual fruit developing within our character. Rejecting that deity results in destructive interactions because ambivalence is the outcome, sidestepping noble relations.

Every soul around the world is operational in the ability to blossom with spiritual fruit; the divinity in us makes that possible. In actuality, harmony on this planet depends on the fruitage of the spirit living through us. In example, we all interpret a smile to be of peace and friendship, but we construe a frown to port hostilities or be a sign of trouble. All souls convey the spirit of love, goodwill, and kindness when they cross boundaries bringing tolerance to others. Where would this world be if hatred and cruel intentions exist for all that is different from us? When we transfer the spirit of peace, meekness, and gentleness to paradoxical lifestyles, we establish tranquility across many fences. How could we survive on Earth with a soul full of harsh and arrogant violence? Every soul communicates faith, joy, and goodness when optimistically wishing atypical cultures a happy life. What would our universe be if discouraging, sad, and evil intentions were standard behavior to those who deviate from our own practices? All people perpetuate the survival of the world when the spirit of self-control, patience, and perseverance lives during clashing beliefs. What would happen to us if we felt an uncontrollable and short-tempered urge to put an end to those who differ from us?

Every soul accompanies the function of human physiology. Everyone drinks, eats, breathes, eliminates, and rests to live and see another day. However, the part that gets in the way of living is where we fulfill our daily needs differently. Some of us input a lot of candy and soda into the body, while others smoke tobacco, drink alcohol, and eat many hot dogs. Then there are the ones who infill the body with healthy, natural, and nutritious substances.

Earthly differences, without the spirit of tolerance, results in excessive bickering. There are channels that want to curtail the consumption of sweets, but then they reign in the health food industry. They say that any item with food labels and ingredients are unhealthy, and farmers use hazardous chemicals in growing fresh vegetables. In addition to that, with the limitations on tobacco and alcohol use, there is now the talk of legalizing marijuana.

There is no harmony, co-operation, nor goodwill of human desires to gratify physical urges. Even then, every soul shares the same desire to have a say, or the freedom of choice in the supervision of our own body. In that light, it is by the unconditional acceptance of others, through the spiritual fruit, that we discover healthy relations with one another.

Every soul accompanies a human yen to be safe and secure. Everyone seeks protection from bodily harm, shelter from turbulence, and stable tranquility. However, there are worldly differences while establishing the safety of the human body. To accomplish personal security some will acquire guns, others move to eloquent neighborhoods away from crime, while some practice a regimen of safety protocols.

Earthly differences, while establishing safety and security, incites conflict through intolerance. We all know too well of the heated debate, and hostile attitudes within gun control issues. In addition to that, there is the howl of unfairness because of the breach between safe neighborhoods and crime infested ones. Furthermore, for those who follow safety protocols, there is the danger of defective products that malfunction regardless of safety procedures. We are too familiar with “recalls.”

Where is the synchronization between our desire for a safe atmosphere and the method we use to ascertain our security? Regardless, one truth remains consistent; every soul seeks protection within an area of stable shelter. Everyone desires the tranquility that only comes through the spirit’s fruit of peace, meekness, and gentleness.

Every soul accompanies a human hankering for social inclusion. Within that hankering are worldly differences in how we fulfill social needs. Some seek sexual connections to solicit companionship with others. Then, there are those who discover belonging among various religious cultures, while others find acceptance with gangs of infamous repute. In addition, numerous people spread sensual intimacy to anyone who will receive their hugs, smiles, and tender touches.

When intolerance exists within social preferences of others, chaos, fragmentation, and upheaval are the consequences. We might fulfill sexual cravings without the spiritual fruit of love, but the physical differences will eventually cause one another to clash. In addition, there is the attitude of judgment and damnation coming from religious groups, wounding our quest to belong socially. They insist that adhering to various commandments and doctrines is the path to social inclusion. Then, those who find acceptance among haters are hostile to unfamiliar people who differ from the “code” they live by within their margins, or territory. Furthermore, those who are rigid in their codes, doctrines, and need for sexual gratification are oppositional to unconditional kindness, goodwill, and love.

The fleshly yearning to belong socially suffers complications by differences created in codes, doctrines, and rules for inclusion. They attempt to create a place of belonging for like-minded attitudes, but ignore the qualities necessary to establish tolerance for differences of others. Every soul is the same in the quest to belong somewhere that accepts them into the fellowship of their “family.” A legitimate community is possible only when we relate to one another through the spiritual fruit of peace, love, kindness, and goodwill. Those qualities bring down walls, and build bridges.

Every soul accompanies a human desire for self-worth. We all want our recognition to be with an ambiance of dignity. To accomplish that, everyone has different ways of promoting their value to others. Some of us become a crusader for a specific cause to enhance our individual feeling of worth. Then, some derive their esteem from the praise of peers, which could lead to a variety of indoctrinations. Then again, there are those whose ego survives by channeling heavenly qualities.

Because of the human desire for self-importance, without the buffering of humility, grandiosity provokes intolerance. Our differences become too elaborate to entertain ideas of tolerance. We see a lot of that with crusaders such as Terry Jones, from the Westborough Church. His intolerance to the Quran provoked hostilities in other countries, and he demonstrated his intolerance to the American flag by burning it. Similarly, there are the violent acts of terrorist who initiate chaos worldwide for the esteem of serving a superior cause. Even then, there is the ego of the proponents of peace who never find a place within the brazenness of society, often suffering martyrdom.

Worldly ambition causes differences in how we derive our sense of worth, self-esteem, and in our egos. However, everyone’s soul is the same in the desire to feel happy in our sense of importance, self-image, and opinion of who we are. Every body has the potential within their soul to feel dignified through the spiritual fruit. Our praise for others, and the source of self-esteem should be for the goodness, love, peace, and self-control we bring to this universe.

Every soul accompanies a human craving for self-expression. We all want to express beliefs, values, thoughts, ideas, and creative inspirations that form in us. There are worldly differences in how we view the world and the way we choose to publicize those attitudes. Some of us utilize verbal means such as a podium, writings, or one-to-one encounters. Then others use non-verbal methods such as symbols, icons, statues, mimes, or body postures.

Intolerance occurs because of the fleshly or earthly differences that exist in us, and exits through our self-expression. One person writes a book, posts a comment on a social site, gives a speech, or says something to a friend, which provokes hostile intent from fanatical haters. Then, there are those who oppose every sort of symbolism on the grounds of bigotry or prejudice. That includes destruction of religious icons posted in public places that are not representative of everyone. In addition, it involves trampling on a national flag because someone feels it does not represent every body. Alternatively, people wear the wrong color or type of clothes in a particular part of a neighborhood and are subject to violence.

The differences within the human flesh create conflict and violence through intolerance of one another’s self-expression. Within all the chaos of earthly entanglement, every soul is yearning to express what exist within them. Tolerance enables a mutually beneficial exchange of words and behaviors by opening ourselves to the viewpoint of others. That openness is possible through the spiritual fruit of goodwill, self-control, kindness, meekness, and the spirit of goodness. Through the fruit of the spirit, the divinity of every soul shines a light by the attitude of our words and deeds.

The cycle begins by believing everyone’s soul is the same. Living within every one of us is a divine presence, the source of spiritual fruit. In that belief, we relate to one another with the spirit of peace, not anger. Accordingly, we discover joy in our social interactions, not sadness. We explore ways to bargain away worldly differences, bigotry, and intolerance in exchange for tolerance, love, and acceptance. We welcome the divine presence that is the same in every soul. Which also produces divine qualities in all who receives them?

The believers grow within reservoirs where the divinity in every soul is a welcoming phenomenon. Their characteristics of love, peace, joy, and patience develop there. The attitudes that exit those reservoirs are emboldened with tolerance concerning the differences of one another. Responses in their words and actions look past human or physical paradoxes to focus on qualities of spiritual fruit that exist inwardly. That outlook transfers directly through people who prefer to relate by smiles, love, tolerance, and acceptance. They favor diminishing the negativism of intolerance. Indirectly, that way of thinking conveys through people who gossip about the hospitality of alien lifestyles.

The belief that everyone’s soul is the same enters into us through our sense of worth. We want to receive kindness, love, and respect, and everyone else wants the same tribute in return. That can only happen when we acknowledge the divinity within everyone, where qualities of tolerance exist. The aim is to discover belonging in a world where fleshly differences dissipate as acceptance comes through the spiritual fruit, our primary focus.

The people most likely to host the belief that every soul is the same are those who are near despair due to intolerance, violence, and conflict. In the face of worldly differences, their determination is to dispense love, tolerance, and acceptance to others. They engage inhabitants through smiles, hugs, kindness, and gentle touches. The cycle beginning with belief that every soul is the same is perpetual through the tenderness of the inner being. Moist softness of our soul enables a pliable compassion to extend unconditional love to everyone in this universe.

We can asses that every soul is the same because we are inalienably a host to a divine presence, the producer of spiritual fruit. The diagnosis is that tolerance through the spirit’s fruitage brings people together amidst paradoxical lifestyles. In that light, we plan to acknowledge the divinity of every soul to induce harmonious living. We implement that plan by responding to worldly differences through the soft tenderness that exist in the presence of God. In that celestial presence, the fruit of the spirit channels through us to bring compassion, tranquility, optimism, and consistency to all of God’s possessions.

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