Archaic Nature is the Source of Spiritual Renewal

Renewal is a child of archaic. The clock on the wall becomes archaic so we renew it by purchasing or refurbishing. The Sun, which is the source of time, will always be archaic. We are made aware of the archaic nature of Earth, so we make plans for preserving and renewing the world. The elements of … Continue reading Archaic Nature is the Source of Spiritual Renewal

Guilty By Society but Freed By The Spiritual

Guilt is a tyrant that violates our inalienable rights. Being guilty alienates us from what makes us the humans that we are. Guilt separates us from the fruitfulness within healthy thoughts, emotions, and behavior. Feeling guilty takes away our peace by alienating us from a sense of internal security. Guilt separates us from interacting socially … Continue reading Guilty By Society but Freed By The Spiritual

Assumptions About Society Is Different Than Spiritual Faith

An assumption is something that is accepted as true or certain to happen, even though there is no proof. A high school student, who graduates, has the assumption that the beginning of responsibility in the workplace is about to happen. They assume their empowerment of independence, even without the proof of future employment. Many people … Continue reading Assumptions About Society Is Different Than Spiritual Faith

A Society Will Disappear If Spiritual Grace Disappears

I wonder how many of us wish we could just disappear? We might just wish to become invisible and unavailable for use. We only want to escape the bickering, hate mongering, pessimism, and other attitudes that are fatal to our fruitful spirit. Everything that others find to criticize, scrutinize, and berate about us should simply … Continue reading A Society Will Disappear If Spiritual Grace Disappears

Awkward Spirituality In a Vigilant Society

Learning to ride a bicycle is an awkward moment. It's difficult, causes some embarrassment if others are watching and it's not smooth by any standard. The whole process is very uncomfortable. If you were like me, the excitement of having a new bike and learning to ride overcame the awkward feelings. Expressing our self through … Continue reading Awkward Spirituality In a Vigilant Society

A Society’s Plague of Narcissism Scrutinizes Internal Spiritual Life

Narcissism is being self-centered from failure to distinguish the self from external objects. Beware of "self is God" teachings. Narcissism is extreme selfishness with a grandiose view of own talents. A narcissist craves admiration and "appropriate" physical appearances are designed to "put on the right image". Those people are in the workplace. They appear appropriate … Continue reading A Society’s Plague of Narcissism Scrutinizes Internal Spiritual Life

A Complication Of Society Has A Spiritual Resolution

A complication makes an existing circumstance more difficult. I think of complications as relating to health issues, where one set of symptoms complicate a new diagnosis. But, there are also issues that complicate the internal security of countries around the world. There are difficulties when trying to eliminate mass shootings and bombings. Then, when haven't … Continue reading A Complication Of Society Has A Spiritual Resolution