Sometimes the greater part of valor is not to make proclamations, but to ask penetrating questions about life for which they may be no easy answers.
>Why are we here?
>Were we sent here or did we choose to come here
>If we were created in divinity and purity why the necessity of coming here to earth and living in such spiritual depravity and physical pain and suffering?
Our soul is impregnated with love. Our soul is the divine essence of its Creator and in many ways part and parcel. Maybe the better definition would be that we’re both wave and particle. We have a foot in terra firma and another foot (metaphor here) somewhere other than here.
Some scientists call it non-locality.
I call it weird and strange. The truth about our identity (we’re divine) has been imprisoned and surrounded by the forces of an EGOIC culture that says we’re god while acting like the devil. Go figure! The question that we keep avoiding is when we ARE so much, why are we playing and living so small?
Maybe that’s the question philosophers and theologians have been trying to answer for centuries.
Maybe the reason those answers have not come forth is because those who have been seeking and asking weren’t aware that their robes were in fact prison apparel.