I hope the Summer heat isn't to the point that its unbearable. If so stay well hydrated and keep some handy protective clothing as in hats and sunglasses nearby. Nonetheless enjoy yourselves while this season lasts for the time it does before Autumn sets in a month or two away.
It's that time of the month again where I share another trio of my original works from the "Jewels of Truth" series. On spiritual wisdom whereby this weeks topics will be on: Spirit, Invention, and Moderation. These three were originally written back in late August 2009 and are now seeing the light of day.
Without a further adieu enjoy the spiritual wisdom statements below.
975) The spiritual kingdom as an order of a living reality is the form that the "Holy Spirit" binds to in its fullest essence. Much of our own mortality as a grand experience of a lifetime is meant to be aware of our own souls worth. Those that are aware have been afforded a great gift and a tremendous opportunity to conduct their lives with meaning and a responsibility to each other. The dimensions of the "Holy Spirit" reach deep within the very fiber of our souls. That no sort of mortality can even muster sub-atomically at the rate of our sonic forms. The "Great Spirit" surrounds us with care when our intentions are in accord with its own life giving will. Otherwise we can sink as a soul into a depressing realm of shadow and self-loathing destruction. Taking not merely ourselves into the pit, but our loved ones as well.
We need to maintain a well rounded focus as souls of the living "Holy Light" of God(dess). Not just to be pure beings of grace, but to realize the God given potential in our own personal midst. As Christ so famously stated, "Go Love one another as God the Father has loved you". This is our Divine inheritance now and forever into eternity. This is the power of being gods as stated in the New Testament in the book of "John" verse 10:34. Be like God the Father in how he adores his own creations in the plethora of life. Not to be a do gooder alone, but to live the essence of our divinity in a very real fashion. Amen. ---Ivan Pozo-Illas / Atrayo.
976) The mother of all invention is to do common acts in an uncommon manner. That is to truly live by the fruit of one's intelligent labor of any person who invents. Well thought out utilization's that bring a sense of a real practicality, functionality, and a Imaginative response to life itself. These are but a few of the tenets of what it means to becoming an inventor of items of: purpose, processes, and modes of operation.
The eye of the beholder is keen with an inventor filled with a sense of wondrous opportunity. To build things that offer value to the many, and not just to one person. An artist by another name known as an engineer or an architect is what an inventor fulfills by their own vocation in life. A renaissance man or woman in purpose of deed is the reflection of a person filled with a myriad of inventions. That are noteworthy to a society at large in need of them for the ordinary to the extraordinary array of activities that may be sourced from them. An inventor is the lighting bolt to Zeus right hand of creation. Amen. ---Ivan Pozo-Illas / Atrayo.
977) For the sake of harmony and simplicity, just live a life in moderation. With some of the good and little to none of the bad in life. The moderate posture is the closest a mortal being can stand next to the sublime and soak in the joys and wonders of life. Such is not the case of those who horde to the point of a gluttonous sickness. Nor to those that surrender so much of their own Inner light. That they break their own backs in the process of enabling someone else.
An elegant life is a life worth living with all its simple wonders in practice and in purpose. Having the distinction to know this difference will yield unto you the greatest of riches known to any saint. Between balance and foolishness there lays a gulf of joy and travesty. It is for the wise at heart to ferret out the truth in a compassionate manner and live by it at nearly any cost imaginable. Be still to live such a holy truth gently not forcing it upon yourself or another without one's own free will in acceptance and permission. Be firm with the tenets of virtue for they will lead you home back to God(dess) in moderation always. Amen. ---Ivan Pozo-Illas / Atrayo.
Without forgiveness Love would not be perfect! --- Carol Harquail.
What you can become depends upon what you can overcome. ---Anthony Douglas Williams. "Inside the Divine Pattern"
Adversity causes some men to break; others to break records. ---William Arthur Ward.
A gentleman is one who puts more into the world than he takes out. ---George Bernard Shaw.
Everything has its beauty, but not everyone sees it. ---Confucius.
Open my eyes, so that I may behold wondrous things out of your law. ---Psalm 119:18
Don't bother just to be better than your contemporaries or predecessors. Try to be better than yourself. ---William Faulkner.